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49 .   _____ is a common condition because many elderly people take many different prescription drugs .
A ) Polypharmacy
B ) Undernourishment
C ) Reversible dementia
D ) Pick 's disease
50 .   Dementia is _____ .
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51 .   According to Erikson , each new experience throughout life requires _____ .
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52 .   Mrs . Smith lives in the same house as her grandchildren and cares for them every day . Her grandparenting is _____ .
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53 .   Brad has added a room to his house in anticipation of his elderly parents moving in with him . As their oldest son , he feels obligated to provide care for them out of a sense of _____ .
A ) filial responsibility
B ) family ethics
C ) guilt
D ) surrogate parenting
54 .   What proportion of adults over the age of 65 volunteer in formal settings ?
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55 .   When many adults who moved into a neighborhood decades earlier never leave the area , the result is _____ .
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56 .   About one-third of older people will be frail for _____ before they die .
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57 .   The difference between ADLs and IADLs is that _____ .
A ) ADLs are simple enough that even the frail elderly can do them independently
B ) IADLs are the same across cultures
C ) ADLs require professional training
D ) IADLs require some intellectual competence
58 .   Compared to single older adults , elderly spouses tend to be _____ .
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59 .   The style of grandparenting that is the most common in the United States is the _____ style .
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60 .   Jonah and Abigail have been married for 50 years . Jonah is healthy and active , and through his life 's work as the owner of a business—work he deeply loved—he saved well for retirement . Based on this , which of the following is most likely TRUE ?
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61 .   Yvette looks back at her life with pride , even though some aspects of her personal history include errors on her part . Yvette is in the stage that Erikson called _____ .
A ) generativity versus stagnation
B ) optimization versus compensation
C ) activity versus disengagement
D ) integrity versus despair
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50. Dementia is _____. A) benign forgetfulness B) a problem that affects most of the elderly C) a problem that affects only the elderly D) the pathological loss of brain functioning 51. According to Erikson, each new experience throughout life requires _____. A) both assimilation and accommodation B) a reassessment of identity C) selective optimization D) stratification 52. Mrs. Smith lives in the same house as her grandchildren and cares for them every day. Her grandparenting is _____. A) surrogate B) remote C) involved D) companionate
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53. Brad has added a room to his house in anticipation of his elderly parents moving in with him. As their oldest son, he feels obligated to provide care for them out of a sense of _____. A) filial responsibility B) family ethics C) guilt D) surrogate parenting 54. What proportion of adults over the age of 65 volunteer in formal settings? A) one-half B) one-fourth C) three-fourths D) one-third 55. When many adults who moved into a neighborhood decades earlier never leave the area, the result is _____. A) assisted living B) an empty nest C) a universal design D) a naturally occurring retirement community 56. About one-third of older people will be frail for _____ before they die. A) the final month B) at least a year C) approximately a decade D) the last 20 years 3w 57. The difference between ADLs and IADLs is that _____. A) ADLs are simple enough that even the frail elderly can do them independently B) IADLs are the same across cultures C) ADLs require professional training
D) IADLs require some intellectual competence 58. Compared to single older adults, elderly spouses tend to be _____. A) happier and wealthier B) happier but poorer C) poorer and less happy D) wealthier but less happy 59. The style of grandparenting that is the most common in the United States is the _____ style. A) involved B) companionate C) remote D) traditional 60. Jonah and Abigail have been married for 50 years. Jonah is healthy and active, and through his life's work as the owner of a business—work he deeply loved—he saved well for retirement. Based on this, which of the following is most likely TRUE? A) Abigail has a high level of well-being because her partner has a high level of well- being. B) Abigail's well-being is certainly far less than that of her partner. C) Jonah would be wealthier if he were not partnered. D) Jonah and Abigail probably have an unhappy partnership. 61. Yvette looks back at her life with pride, even though some aspects of her personal history include errors on her part. Yvette is in the stage that Erikson called _____. A) generativity versus stagnation B) optimization versus compensation C) activity versus disengagement D) integrity versus despair

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