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  1. Chapter 14: Life’s Transitions Types of Age Coping Aging Death $100 $100 $100 $100 $200 $200 $200 $200 $300 $300 $300 $300 $400 $400 $400 $400 FINAL ROUND

  2. Types of Age:$100 Question • What definition of age is used as a factor in determining voting rights? • a. Social • b. Legal • c. Biological • d. Functional ANSWER BACK TO GAME

  3. Types of Age:$100 Answer • What definition of age is used as a factor in determining voting rights? • a. Social • b. Legal • c. Biological • d. Functional BACK TO GAME

  4. Types of Age:$200 Question • A person’s adaptive capacities, such as coping abilities and intelligence, define • a. functional age. • b. psychological age. • c. legal age. • d. social age. ANSWER BACK TO GAME

  5. Types of Age:$200 Answer • A person’s adaptive capacities, such as coping abilities and intelligence, define • a. functional age. • b. psychological age. • c. legal age. • d. social age. BACK TO GAME

  6. Types of Age:$300 Question • The “young-old” are people who are • a. 45-54 years of age. • b. 55-64 years of age. • c. 65-74 years of age. • d. 75-84 years of age. ANSWER BACK TO GAME

  7. Types of Age:$300 Answer • The “young-old” are people who are • a. 45-54 years of age. • b. 55-64 years of age. • c. 65-74 years of age. • d. 75-84 years of age. BACK TO GAME

  8. Types of Age:$400 Question • Functional age can be described as • a. maintaining independence by living alone. • b. being able to read and understand the newspaper. • c. being interested in the activities offered at the senior center. • d. ways one compares to others of a similar age. ANSWER BACK TO GAME

  9. Types of Age:$400 Answer • Functional age can be described as • a. maintaining independence by living alone. • b. being able to read and understand the newspaper. • c. being interested in the activities offered at the senior center. • d. ways one compares to others of a similar age. BACK TO GAME

  10. Coping:$100 Question • The loss or deprivation that a survivor experiences when a loved one dies defines • a. mourning. • b. bereavement. • c. grief. • d. disenfranchised grief. ANSWER BACK TO GAME

  11. Coping:$100 Answer • The loss or deprivation that a survivor experiences when a loved one dies defines • a. mourning. • b. bereavement. • c. grief. • d. disenfranchised grief. BACK TO GAME

  12. Coping:$200 Question • In this psychological stage of coping with death a person may say, “It’s really going to happen to me, and I can’t do anything about it.” • a. Anger • b. Depression • c. Bargaining • d. Acceptance ANSWER BACK TO GAME

  13. Coping:$200 Answer • In this psychological stage of coping with death a person may say, “It’s really going to happen to me, and I can’t do anything about it.” • a. Anger • b. Depression • c. Bargaining • d. Acceptance BACK TO GAME

  14. Coping:$300 Question • Which dimension of coping with loss involves identifying what matters in life and reaffirming meaningful experiences? • a. Social • b. Psychological • c. Spiritual • d. Physical ANSWER BACK TO GAME

  15. Coping:$300 Answer • Which dimension of coping with loss involves identifying what matters in life and reaffirming meaningful experiences? • a. Social • b. Psychological • c. Spiritual • d. Physical BACK TO GAME

  16. Coping:$400 Question • Common symptoms of grief may include all of the following except: • a. Increased appetite • b. Excessive speech • c. Insomnia • d. Difficulty concentrating ANSWER BACK TO GAME

  17. Coping:$400 Answer • Common symptoms of grief may include all of the following except: • a. Increased appetite • b. Excessive speech • c. Insomnia • d. Difficulty concentrating BACK TO GAME

  18. Aging:$100 Question • According to the autoimmune theory, aging is caused by • a. an increased number of cells exhibiting unusual or different characteristics with increased age. • b. the body’s cells having reached the end of their reproductive life. • c. the decline of the body’s immunological system. • d. the human body wearing out. ANSWER BACK TO GAME

  19. Aging:$100 Answer • According to the autoimmune theory, aging is caused by • a. an increased number of cells exhibiting unusual or different characteristics with increased age. • b. the body’s cells having reached the end of their reproductive life. • c. the decline of the body’s immunological system. • d. the human body wearing out. BACK TO GAME

  20. Aging:$200 Question • What is the most common form of dementia in older adults? • a. Alzheimer’s disease • b. Parkinson’s disease • c. Depression • d. Psychosis ANSWER BACK TO GAME

  21. Aging:$200 Answer • What is the most common form of dementia in older adults? • a. Alzheimer’s disease • b. Parkinson’s disease • c. Depression • d. Psychosis BACK TO GAME

  22. Aging:$300 Question • Which eye condition often associated with aging is the breakdown of the light-sensitive part of the retina responsible for sharp, direct vision needed to read? • a. Cataracts • b. Macular degeneration • c. Glaucoma • d. Nearsightedness ANSWER BACK TO GAME

  23. Aging:$300 Answer • Which eye condition often associated with aging is the breakdown of the light-sensitive part of the retina responsible for sharp, direct vision needed to read? • a. Cataracts • b. Macular degeneration • c. Glaucoma • d. Nearsightedness BACK TO GAME

  24. Aging:$400 Question • Which disease is characterized by low bone density and structural deterioration leading to porous, fragile bones? • a. Osteoarthritis • b. Osteopenia • c. Osteoporosis • d. Osteomalacia ANSWER BACK TO GAME

  25. Aging:$400 Answer • Which disease is characterized by low bone density and structural deterioration leading to porous, fragile bones? • a. Osteoarthritis • b. Osteopenia • c. Osteoporosis • d. Osteomalacia BACK TO GAME

  26. Death:$100 Question • This is the study of death and dying. • a. Thanatology • b. Gerontology • c. Ageism • d. Senescence ANSWER BACK TO GAME

  27. Death:$100 Answer • This is the study of death and dying. • a. Thanatology • b. Gerontology • c. Ageism • d. Senescence BACK TO GAME

  28. Death:$200 Question • The form of “mercy killing” that refers to ending the life of a person who is suffering greatly and has no chance of survival is called • a. rational suicide. • b. passive euthanasia. • c. suicide. • d. active euthanasia. ANSWER BACK TO GAME

  29. Death:$200 Answer • The form of “mercy killing” that refers to ending the life of a person who is suffering greatly and has no chance of survival is called • a. rational suicide. • b. passive euthanasia. • c. suicide. • d. active euthanasia. BACK TO GAME

  30. Death:$300 Question • Hospice programs include all of the following characteristics except: • a. Emphasis on pain alleviation • b. Patients accepted based on ability to pay • c. Care of family extends through bereavement • d. Coverage is 24 hours a day ANSWER BACK TO GAME

  31. Death:$300 Answer • Hospice programs include all of the following characteristics except: • a. Emphasis on pain alleviation • b. Patients accepted based on ability to pay • c. Care of family extends through bereavement • d. Coverage is 24 hours a day BACK TO GAME

  32. Death:$400 Question • _________ is the term for dying without a will. • a. Intestate • b. Holographic will • c. Testator • d. Next of kin ANSWER BACK TO GAME

  33. Death:$400 Answer • _________ is the term for dying without a will. • a. Intestate • b. Holographic will • c. Testator • d. Next of kin BACK TO GAME

  34. FINAL ROUND Question • Which statement is not true concerning changes in the body as a result of the aging process? • a. Skin becomes thinner • b. Ability to withstand extreme temperatures decreases • c. Brain shrinks in size • d. Need to urinate decreases ANSWER BACK TO GAME

  35. FINAL ROUND Answer • Which statement is not true concerning changes in the body as a result of the aging process? • a. Skin becomes thinner • b. Ability to withstand extreme temperatures decreases • c. Brain shrinks in size • d. Need to urinate decreases BACK TO GAME