Unit 1: Introduction to Aging Test
  1. In the movie, Miss Daisy demonstrates both Identity Assimilation and Identity Accommodation. Please (1) define both of these concepts and (2) provide an example from the movie (e.g., a scene) to demonstrate your understanding of this concept. Please see above for expectations of a “descriptive example.”
  2. When Boolie, Miss Daisy’s Son says (Movie Time: Hour 1: 11 Minutes), “My loss up here (points to his head) and gain down here (points to his belly)” what type of physical aging is he referring to? (1) Please define the technical term for this aging physical change term for “up here” and “down here” and (2) how this presents in Boolie across the timeline of the movie: Beginning, Middle, and End.
  3. Hoke, Miss Daisy’s Chauffer, experiences changes in his ability to see. (1) What is this change in visual abilities called and what is the cause? (2) How do you know that Hoke is experiencing visual changes in the movie? For example, Miss Daisy says to Hoke, “You ought not to be driving knowing how you see.” (3) Why would Miss Daisy think that he is not seeing well (Hint: what type of corrective lens is he wearing? and why?)
  1. 1)Define the Bronfenbrenner’s Ecological Model of Development and briefly describe the levels for Miss Daisy in the movie. (2) For each level, give basic details about the category of the socio-culture and who in the movie you think would fit that niche.
  1. (1) Identify and describe two ways that you would use define the age of Miss Daisy through different aging theories discussed in the textbook. (2) For each aging theory, give a brief explanation as you why you think that she would fit in that category of aging.
  1. If you were a consultant in Miss Daisy’s nursing home, how would you design a research study to assess her mental health and well being. Please follow the steps below:
    1. Part I
      1. Define your Independent and Dependent Variable
      2. What is your research question?
    2. Part II
      1. Identify and describe which research method (e.g., the way you will be collecting the data) you would use and outline the general steps of the data collection
    3. Part III
  1. What correlational relationship would you test and what kind of conclusion can you make? What kind of conclusion you cannot make?
  1. In your opinion, what stage of Erikson’s Psychosocial Theory do you think Miss Daisy is in at the beginning, middle, and end of the movie. For the beginning, middle, and end of the movie (1) define the stage and then (2) provide a descriptive example to support your answer. In particular, give examples of how Miss Daisy’s relationship with Hoke to demonstrate each stage of Psychosocial Development. 

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