CDE 232 Exam 3 Study Guide-Spr11 (1)

CDE 232 Exam 3 Study Guide-Spr11 (1) - CDE 232 Spring 2011...

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CDE 232 – Spring 2011 Exam 3 Study Guide Dr. Reesing This study guide is being provided with the assumption that you have completed all of the assigned readings/lectures. Remember, the exam will be available online for you to take through the “Exams” button on Blackboard from 6:00am on Thursday May 5 th until Noon on Friday May 6 th (MST). You will need to have Respondus LockDown Browser installed on your computer and use it to access the exam (see syllabus or FAQ for more information). The exam will have 50 questions based on your assigned readings in the Santrock textbook (Ch 13, 14, 15, 16, 17, 18, and 19) and the associated Lectures. Each question will be worth 2 points, for a total possible of 100 points for this exam. You will have 70 minutes to complete the exam. Please stay within the time limit as 2pts will be deducted for each minute you go over. Detailed exam instructions are posted under the “Exams” button on Blackboard. Good luck with your studying! I hope you all do well on the exam! Know/understand the following: Early Adulthood – Physical Development (Chapter 13 and Lecture) Emerging Adulthood – o Jeffrey Jensen Arnett o 18-25= Emerging Adulthood o "Having left the dependency of childhood and adolescence, and having not yet entered the enduring responsibilities that are normative in adulthood, emerging adults often explore a variety of possible life directions in love, work, and worldviews" Growth, Strength, and Health o Ages and Stages - for children, physical maturation correlates with chronological age and developmental stage, the play years and the school years also have biological markers, in adulthood chronological age is an imperfect guide to development o Social roles vary, a group of 40-year-olds might include those married, divorced, expecting children or who are grandparents. developmentalists, however, still cluster adults into chronological groups and report differences, age is not definitive within one community, cohort, or culture. Changes in bodies 1. muscles grow and shape changes in ways that differ by sex 2. males gain more arm muscle and females gain more hip fat 3. physical strength for both sexes increases in the 20s 4. the body system (digestive, respiratory, circulatory, and sexual-reproductive system), functions optimally at the beginning of adulthood 5. serious diseases are not yet apparent, some childhood ailments are outgrown 6. Bodies Designed for Health 1. senescence 2. the process of aging, whereby the body becomes less strong and efficient 3. begins as soon as full growth is reached 4. But is typically not recognized until middle adulthood because of homeostasis and organ reserve 7. Bodies in Balance 1. homeostasis 2. the adjustment of the body’s systems to keep physiological functions in a state of equilibrium 3. as the body ages, it takes longer for these homeostatic adjustments to occur, so it becomes harder for older bodies to adapt to stress
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4. organ reserve 5. the capacity of young adults’ organs to allow the body to cope with stress
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