Physical, Karlie gets sick, placed on life support to keep her heart beating, so blood continues to circulate to the brain and to the rest of the body. Body temperature will drop about 1.5 degrees F every hour., heart stops beating and cannot be revived by a heart refibrillator or other modern medical means of resuscitation., time of death is established based on the temperature of the liver. About four hours after death, rigor mortis will start to set in. About 12 hours after death, full rigor mortis will set in, with the body's tissues tightening. The body will start to decompose unless preserved, buried or cremated., Karlie is cremated and her ashes are scattered, pain, fatigue, nausea, vomiting, problems with urination, difficulty in swallowing, shortness of breath, weakness, dry mouth, change in taste and fever.
Socio-Emotional, Elisabeth Kubler-Ross, [State 1: Denial and Isolation] [Stage 2: Anger] [Stage 3: Bargaining] [Stage 4: Depression] [Stage 5: Acceptance], Once Karlie has accepted her death she prepares her will and her wishes She says goodbye to her husband and children/grandchildren.
Cognitive, Religion is a prime source of strength and sustenance (Christan faith ), She leans on her family for support.
Physical, Greying hair, wrinkled skin, worsening vision, Nervous system changes with the sign of a decrease in speed of learning something that is followed by a decline in intellectual abilities., Decreased metabolic rate and decreased muscle strength, Decline in required amount of sleep time and sleep hibernation, use of eye glasses and hearing aids, skin continues to lose elasticity the result is deeper lines and wrinkles. Age spots, or brown spots on the skin
Socio-Emotional, o Ego differentiation vs. work-role preoccupation. after retirement,after invested in career finds other ways to maintain self-worth. finds another role to invest in and find meaning.(church activities, charities, grandchildren), o Body transcendence vs. body preoccupation. This task requires finding a way to transcend physical limitations, disabilities, loss of youth and beauty, to find value in cognitive, social strengths & relationships., o Ego transcendence vs. ego preoccupation. Karlie finds constructive ways of facing the reality of death. She will find a future beyond her own mortality, through giving back to a younger generation.
Cognitive, mental deterioration, IQ test and declining of test performance, Reduction in physical and mental activity, emotional crises such as depression, changes in self-concept and pessimistic expectations of deterioration, Being able to think in vague and indistinct way, deeper understanding of ones self and of everyday situations, along with an ability to make good judgments in those areas
Physical, Karlie's body is changing from that of a late adolescent to more of an adult. She is starting to experience a slightly lower metabolism. It's at the age of 23 that Karlie get's pregnant with her first child Dylan Michael Paschall. Her body changes expenentionally during the pregnancy, After Dylan is born Karlie loses the 25 pounds of pregnancy weight. She is back down to her pre-pregnancy wait with diet and exercise. Her exercises consists of working out by walking Dylan for an hour 4-5 times a week. Or, she works out on her stationary bike on a 4 incline for 40-60 minutes., Influences on Health & Fitness, Peak of strength, energy, and endurance.Body functions are fully developed by mid twenties. Senses are sharpest ., Most have no chronic conditions or impairments. (Karlie doesn't have chronic conditons or impairments) Most medical visits are for injuries and pregnancy. (Karlie hasn't had any injuries, but did have a pregnancy in March 2012., Smoking Single most important risk factor for disease (Karlie doesn't smoke) Alcohol Moderate amounts contribute to longevity Overuse, especially to reduce tension, causes health problems (Karlie has one-two glasses of wine)
Socio-Emotional, family of origin, new family/marriage, Mike Paschall, Have a baby born on husbands birthday March 13. 2012. Dylan Michael Paschall, Lisa Paschall (Mother in Law) , Paul Paschall (Father in Law) Dylan Paschall (Brother in Law), Patrick Irwin (Dad), Jennifer Irwin (Mom), Michael Irwin (Brother), Stepmom (Jennifer), Stepdad (Richard), Stepsister (Amanda)
Cognitive, Postformal Thought College Experience Schaie’s Stages of Adult Development Sternberg’s Triarchic Theory of Intelligence, Karlie has attended North Idaho College and received her General Studies Associates Degree. She attends Univeristy of Idaho from age 22-24. She graduates in Spring of 2013 with a Bachelor's in Child Development/Family Consumer Sciences., Adult predicaments are sometimes solved by relativistic thinking rather than pure logic. Postformal thought acknowledges that the world sometimes lacks purely right and wrong solutions and adults must draw upon prior experiences to solve problems (Karlie recognizes through struggles in her marriage, that she doesn't just want to get a divorce like her parents did. She uses her prior experiences to help her recognize that her husband and her need to go to counseling occasionally to help their marriage stay strong.), Schaie's Stages of Adult Development: Achieving (early adulthood) Attain long-term goals re: careers, family, society. Karlie's long term goals are to finish college and find a good job. She is married and has a son. She is a member of Real Life ministries, and she enjoyes a lot of time with her family., Sternberg’s Triarchic Theory of Intelligence: Componential Analyze date, solve problems, esp. logical, rational Experiential Use prior experience & ability to solve new problems & cope with new situations Contextual Face demands of everyday, real-world problems Practical intelligence: model behavior of mentors
Physical, Karlie is becoming more curvaceous. She has starter her menstrual cycle now and can experience lots of hormonal changes. She has gotten body hair and is insecure about her body image.
Socio-Emotional, She has dealt with minor delinquency; rebellion flourishes; self – doubts. She has tried drugs, and drinking.
Cognitive, Concrete Skills, ability to think, reason, and make choices., She must take what she has learned in early childhood and figure out how to apply it to real life situations. She learns to reason, understand cause and effect, and relate actions and choices with responsibility., She gets many "first" jobs: Silverwood, Super 1, Tanning Salon
Physical, Increase in height and weight happens sporadically. Karlie is typical of girls her age, but slightly shorter., Motor Skills, Karlie can trace objects now and she helps a lot with chores, Karlie plays softball, soccer, and is involved in cheerleading, Nutrition, Karlie gets the proper nutrition since it's very important with all he growing she will doing. She loves to play outside with her brothers and cousins., Health, It's during this age period that Karlie get's braces and wears them for two years. Then she gets a retainer
Socio-Emotional, Karlie is mostly egocentric and her moral responses are based on avoidance of punishment.
Cognitive, Life Skills, Karlie is becoming more proficient with tasks she can clothe and feed herself. Although she often stresses her mom out because she changes her outfits so many times in a day., Piagets Concrete Operational Stage, Karlie's thinking is more flexible, logical, and organized, She has mastered decentration, She now also has spatial reasoning, Classification
Physical, Karlie has gone from crawling to walking., Her length is 50% greater than at her birth, Her Birth weight has doubled by 5 months of age, tripled by I year, and quadrupled at 2 years.
Socio -eomtional, Erikson characterized Freudian stage as inner conflict that is resolved positively or negatively depending on child’s experiences with caregivers (Karlie had a great experience with her mom as she was primary caregiver), 1st stage- oral stage- infants obtain pleasure through mouth, Laughter first appears around 3 to 4 months in response to active stimuli, Fear increases about the sixth month and after : reasoning- survival, keep exploration in check; social signals to motivate caregivers, Stranger anxiety- expression of fear in response to unfamiliar adults. Dependent on child’s temperament, past experiences with strangers and the situation in which the stranger is met., Social referencing- infant relies on a trusted person’s emotional reaction to decide how to respond in an uncertain situation-after 10 months –method of indirectly learning about the environment for infants and toddlers, Karlie was considered an easy child- established regular routines; generally cheerful, and adapts easily
Cognitive, Sensori-motor stage, Karlie thinks with her eyes, ears, and hands, Cognitive Changes, Adaptation - Karlie builds new schemes from her interaction with her enviroment, Assimilation - Changes from the external world that change her existing schemes, Accommodation - New schemes are created and the old are adjusted for a better fit of her enviroment, Equilibrium - Not as many changes, steady and comfortable, Disequilibrium - Cognitive discomfort during times of rapid change. Karlie experiences this when she moves from Washington to Texas with her family., Organization- Karlies internal process of rearranging and linking schemes to form interconnected cognitive system
Physical, Gross motor, controlling the head, sitting, crawling, maybe even starting to walk, Fine Motor, holding a spoon, picking up a piece of cereal between thumb and finger, Sensory, seeing, hearing, tasting, touching and smelling
Socio-Emotional, Social smile- the smile evoked by the stimulus of the human face- first appears between 6 to 10 weeks, Anger is expressed during first months through crying in response to unpleasant stimulus, Social - the ability to play with family members and other children
Cognitive, Language, starting to make sounds, learning some words, understanding what people say, memory and attention span are increasing, and she is starting to distinguish different sounds in speech. She'll start recognizing her own name. She may become fascinated with mirrors and start responding to other people's facial expressions.
Karlie has a difficult time sitting still, she loves to play! She has learned to run, hop on one foot march, and ride a tricycle. She is learning fine motor skills like pouring, feeding, and simple dressing skills. She stays at home with her mommy and brother.
Karlie is friendly and loves to please others. She laughs a lot and likes to have fun with her friends and cousins., She is afraid of the dark and has some scary nighmares, She still likes to sleep with her baby blanket that her aunt made her
Piagest Pre-Operation Thought, she can solve problems using some internal reflection. she can now think about objects or people that are not present, and can reflect upon things she cannot see, hear, touch, or act upon. she can imagine objects or people and represent them in make-believe, and can contemplate future events and recall past ones. she loves playing dress up, and she loves to "cook" things for mommy, Her thinking is perception based. perception-based, meaning that they rely heavily on the feel, touch, smell, taste, sound, and appearance of things in solving problems.
Sensory and Motor Functioning Sexual and Reproductive Functioning (Karlie may go through menopause during this life stage, Declines are small and gradual from early to middle adulthood: noticeable in mid forties Hearing loss for high-pitched sounds (presbycusis), Ability to focus declines Loss of near vision (presbyopia) Decline in visual acuity-sharpness of vision Need more brightness, Strength and coordination decline Due to loss of muscle mass, replaced by fat Exercise program and good nutrition can increase muscular bulk and density The more people do, the more they can do Endurance holds up better than strength Reaction time slows, especially for motor responses Experience makes up for physical changes, Contrary to popular stereotypes, sexual activity does not fade away for most middle age adults Although the frequency of sexual intercourse decreases with age, sexual activities remain a vital part of most middle-aged adult's lives, Women: ability to bear children ends
Type A Personality Competitive Hard-driving Impatient More physiologically reactive, Generativity means reaching out to others in ways that give to and guide the next generation. In early adulthood it occurs as parents train children and develop a career. In midlife this extends beyond the nuclear family to a community or social group., Karlie has trained up her children through her religious beliefs in the Christian faith and through her career in Child Development/Family and Consumer Sciences, o Karlie hits a midlife transition which occurs around age 40, she evaluates her success in meeting her adult goals. She are realizes there is more time behind he than ahead of her. In response to the valuation of time, she often makes big changes in her life- family, occupation. She may turn inward, focusing on her own needs, instead of allowing herself to be distracted by the people around her. She seems to re-evaluate everything.
Cognitive development is multidirectional, Fluid intelligence peaks during early adulthood and then declines, Perceiving relationships, forming concepts, drawing inferences Decline probably due to changes in brain, Crystallized intelligence improves through middle age and on Ability to remember and use information acquired over a lifetime, Postformal Thought Goes beyond abstract, formal thought Relies on subjective feelings and intuition as well as logic, Relativistic Sees shades of gray, interprets meaning Integrates opposing views Able to reconcile/choose among conflicting views Thesis, antithesis, synthesis