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drdonna Chapter 11

Twenty month old Michelle is standing in front of a mirro with a spot of rouge on her nose. What will she most likely do? touch her nose and try to wipe off the spot
Teresa is popular because she tries to understand her friends' needs and communicate well. She is adept at perspective taking
The degree to which a person recognizes his/her personal psychological makeup is that person's level of self-awareness
Low self-esteem is correlated to depression
The selective optimization with compensation model is based on the idea that older adults fare better when they develop positive and cretive coping strategies to deal with their limitations
Kristina is looking forward to participating in the mock election debate at school. She has strong opinions on school issues and feels confident that she can communicate her stand to others. Kristina has a sense of individuality
The big five factors of personality is the view that personality is made up of openness to experience, conscientiousness, extraversion, agreeableness, and neuroticism
When adults develop skills that are passed down to others, they are developing generativity of work
High levels of neuroticism in older adults are linked to physical damage to the cardiovascular system
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