Unformatted text preview: high IQ scores; good visual-spatial skills (puzzles). Form independence; strive for “the dream”; look for lasting relationship. Middle Adulthood Loss of strength and stamina; minor physical decline with diet and exercise. Visual-spatial skills start to fade; remember some things but not others crystallized vs. fluid intelligence. Children? What type of parent to be; midlife crisis; empty-nest syndrome. Late Adulthood Skin loses elasticity; hair turns gray; loss of sight and hearing. Memory loss – can’t remember names, solve problems in head; Alzheimer’s disease. Deciding to live dependently or independently; retirement; dealing with death....
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- Spring '11
- Developmental Psychology, Middle Adulthood, young adulthood, Axia College Material