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PSY402 Quiz 1

TermDefinition
1.61 average fertility rate
65-74 young old age range
75-84 old old age range
84 and older oldest old age range
ageism systematic stereotyping of and discrimination against people because they are old
androgenetic alopecia hair stops growing on top of head, thickens in other areas balding
attrition people dropping out of your study
baby boomers babies born between 1946-1965 in post war high
balanced diet, regular exercise, regular sleep, maintain cognitive reserve, maintain relationships ways to maintain a healthy brain
better healthcare, better access, less childhood diseases, clean water, decline in birth rate factors that help aging factors that help aging
biopsychosocial perspective belief that development is the by-product of the interaction of biological, psychosocial, and social processes
the Canadian association of gerontology association created for aging research
Created by: bigbean