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Feldman Module 28


Stage at which people gradually become aware of changes in their bodies. Middle adulthood.
The period during which women stop menstruating and are no longer fertile. Menopause
Theories that suggest that the mechanical functions of the body simply stop working efficiently. Wear-and-tear theories of aging
Theories that suggest that human cells have a built-in time limit to their reproduction, and that after a certain time they are no longer able to divide. Genetic preprogramming theories of aging
The process by which people examine and evaluate their lives. Life review.
A theory that suggests that the elderly who are most successful while aging are those who maintain the interests and activities they had during middle age. Activity theory of aging
A theory that suggests that aging produces a gradual withdrawal from the world on physical, psychological and social levels. Disengagement theory of aging
A progressive brain disorder that leads to gradual and irreversible decline in cognitive abilities. Alzheimer's disease
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