Unformatted text preview: Young Adulthood Lose strength and gray hair. Increase in crystallized intelligence and higher test scores. Establishment of intimate relationships and deciding to have children or not. Middle Adulthood Menopause and trying to remain healthy. Loss of memory and decrease in fluid intelligence. Mid- life transition and empty- nest syndrome. Late Adulthood Sensory changes and changes in sexual functioning. Alzheimer ’s Disease and socioeconomic differences. Retirement and death (dying.)...
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- Spring '10
- Developmental Psychology, Middle Adulthood, young adulthood, Axia College Material