Mid-Term 2018 Instructions Please answer all questions in...

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Mid-Term 2018 I nstructions: Please answer all questions, in complete sentences. Your answers should be concise, but well thought out and answered completely. 1. Why is it important to study human development? How is human development important when working with older adults? 2. Discuss Maslow’s hierarchy of needs and how this theory would impact older adults. 3. What is the fastest growing age group in the United States? 4. Name (2) common themes among adults over age 55, as discussed in class. 5. What is a cognitive disorder? 6. Discuss the difference between “dementia” and “delirium” 7. What are some difference between a mood disorder and a personality disorder? 8. What is the difference between counseling & psychotherapy? 9.
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