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James Fitzgerald - James Fitzgerald Psychology 101 Professor Martin Questions 1 How does middle age differ from other ages 2 When do you think a

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James Fitzgerald Psychology 101 Professor Martin Questions: 1. How does middle age differ from other ages? 2. When do you think a person becomes old? 3. What has been the best period in your life so far? 4. Do you (or did you) look forward to retiring? 5. What major changes have you had in your life? 6. Do you wish you could be young forever? 7. Do you feel less or more mature than others your age? 8. Do you think developing technology will make future generations smarter or more dependent? 9. Have your values changed as you become older? 10. Will you/ have you adopt(ed) the same parenting style as your parents? Adolescent (Mandy (sister, age 16) 1. You have more responsibilities like having kids and a job that depend on you. 2. Around 50 years old. 3. Right now, Just got license and more freedom, 4. Yes, then I don’t have to work. 5. Braces, License and high school. 6. Maybe young but older than I am now. 7.
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This note was uploaded on 03/06/2012 for the course HISTORY 101 taught by Professor Dawn during the Spring '12 term at St. Xavier.

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