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    eyesight, sense of smell and hearing because of the adolescent growth development. In middle adulthood, the physical development starts to decline with strength and co-ordination, hearing and vision starts to decrease, memory becomes less efficient and body fat now starts to account for about 20% of total body weight. During late adulthood, the physical decline rates becomes dependent on early and middle adulthood lifestyle choices, the general decline of the physical body begins to include: muscle

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    forty-five-year-old middle adult. Jason has been married for twenty-three years and he currently has two children, one male and one female who are both in middle school. The interview was conducted in the main office at our workplace, which provided the most privacy and an appropriate environment to conduct a fifty minute interview session. Prior to the beginning of the interview, I composed a list of two additional questions that were not on the provided interview list to ask my forty-five-year-old middle adult

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    people in different stages of their adulthood which include: early adulthood, middle adulthood, and late adulthood. For early adulthood, I asked someone who was in one of my classes because I wanted to have the perspective of someone who was going through college and wanted to know how they viewed their goals. For middle adulthood, I asked my mother because since we have a close relationship, I would be able to elaborate more on her answers. For late adulthood, I had asked one of the residents from

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    Human Development Reflection: Middle Adulthood Middle adulthood, or mid-life, is usually defined as ages 40 through 65. Experience Human Development authors Papalia and Martorell (2015) explain that during this phase, for the first time in life, development begins to deteriorate. Mid-life adults start to lose height due to shrinkage of the discs in the spinal column and their bones become more fragile. Skin becomes less elastic, hair may gray and thin due to declining melanin and hormone levels

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    Middle Adulthood

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    Adulthood (Early and Middle) In early and middle adulthood, the physical and cognitive changes are less dramatic compared with the other stages. After their 30s or 40s, the adults cannot recover from their muscular tension like in the previous stages. Also, adults show a decline in their sensory abilities, vision and hearing ability. In the middle adulthood, people start experiencing various diseases such as low bone density, diabetes, high cholesterol, and blood pressure. They also show some decline

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    Early and Middle Adulthood Marianne Williamson said, “In our society, as people pass out of young adulthood, they tend to relate to themselves more in terms of what they are no longer than what they are now, and that’s psychologically low-grade devastating”. As we age, we tend to look at the future, that growth with fear or trepidation. We mourn the loss of our “youth” rather than embrace the new changes we are heading toward. These changes we will experience are vast and necessary for each stage

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    "Middle age is when your classmates are so old and wrinkled and bald, they don’t recognize you". -Bennett Cerf      Middle adulthood begins at the age of 40 - 60. This is a time when you can’t believe where the time went. It seems like just yesterday you were graduating from college, got married, and had children. Your children are now approaching young adulthood, pushing you into the next stage of life, middle adulthood. You look in the mirror and all the signs

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    Though the boundaries of middle adulthood are flexible, for the purposes of this assignment middle age will be considered those aged between 30 and 65. The following will discuss human development, psychology, health behaviour (stress and nutrition) and the theorist work of Abraham Maslow and Erik Erikson. Middle adulthood involves “balancing work and relationship responsibilities in the midst of physical and psychological changes associated with aging” (Santrock, 2011, p. 530) and over time it has

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    Middle Adulthood Essay

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    Middle adulthood is a complex time period that requires a multidimensional outlook to understand all of the processes and changes that are taking place. The many changes during middle adulthood include physical, cognitive and social differences. Many of these changes create significant stress and it is important to understand ways of coping with the anxiety. Many of these coping mechanisms include mindfulness and cultivating a sense of self-efficacy and mastery (pg. 482). There are many changes

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    Middle Adulthood Theory

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    Middle adulthood is categorized from the ages of 35 to 65 years of age and begins a very new physical and mental chapter of one’s life. Recall when Erickson, referred to “middle age as a period when attention turns to creation of a legacy” (414). This is done by an adult influencing the lives of the younger generation. Erickson’s theory of generativity states that one is making a valuable contribution to society by bringing up children or mentoring younger people in some way. After four decades of

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