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1 Chapter 14: Life’s Transitions $100 $200 $300 $400 $100$100$100 $200 $300 $400 Types of AgeCopingAgingDeath 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 BACK TO GAME ANSWER

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. BACK TO GAME ANSWER

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 years of age. b years of age. c years of age. d years of age. BACK TO GAME ANSWER

7 Types of Age: $300 Answer The “young-old” are people who are a years of age. b years of age. c years of age. d 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. BACK TO GAME ANSWER

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. BACK TO GAME ANSWER

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 BACK TO GAME ANSWER

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 BACK TO GAME ANSWER

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 BACK TO GAME ANSWER

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. BACK TO GAME ANSWER

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 BACK TO GAME ANSWER

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 BACK TO GAME ANSWER

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 BACK TO GAME ANSWER

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 BACK TO GAME ANSWER

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. BACK TO GAME ANSWER

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 BACK TO GAME ANSWER

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 BACK TO GAME ANSWER

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 BACK TO GAME ANSWER

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


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