Flashcards in Human Lifespan Development: Glossary of Key Terms. Deck (26):
Refers to traits and characteristics that are inherited or genetic in origin.
Refers to traits and qualities that are learned by humans as they grow.
What is ROLE MODEL?
Someones whose behaviour or attitude is copied by people because they admire them.
What is GENDER ROLE?
Role determined by a person's gender.
What is MANUAL WORK?
Work that requires physical skills.
What is NON-MANUAL WORK?
Work depending on mental skills.
Name 8 EXPECTED life events?
Living with a partner.
Marriage/ civil ceremony.
Name 8 UNEXPECTED life events
Death of partner.
Death of friend/relative.
Dropping out of education.
Name 4 things we can INHERIT from out parents?
Who DOESN'T have a unique set of genes?
Give 2 example of ADVERSE GENETIC CONDITIONS?
What is a GENETIC DISEASE?
An abnormality in an individual's genome
A person's entire genetic makeup.
Name 3 types of INHERITANCE?
Name 4 LIFESTYLE choices?
What are the potential effects of being HEAVILY overweight?
Affect joints when older.
Risk of diabetes and heart disease.
Name 4 negative effects from regular eating of FAST FOOD?
High blood pressure.
Name 4 negative effects from running FIVE miles every day?
Heavy on joints.
Hard on the heart.
Name 4 negatives from binge drinking?
Several cancers caused.
Name 4 negatives from smoking?
Name 4 negatives from taking recreational drugs at the weekend?
Increase blood pressure.
Name 4 negatives from a vegetarian?
Not enough protein.
Lack of nutrients.
Lack of vitamin d.
How can celebrities be POSITIVE role models?
Provide high aspirations.
Give inspiration/positive advice.
How can celebrities be NEGATIVE role models?
Smoking, drugs, swearing.
Name 2 ways religion can INFLUENCE people's lives?
The food they eat.
How they dress.
Give an example of a Muslim rule that is different to say a Christian rule?
Muslim women can only be examined by Female doctor's or nurses.
It is forbidden to have any physical contact between women or man unless they are married.