Aging Matters 1st Edition Hooyman Test Bank

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Aging Matters 1st Edition Hooyman Test Bank

 

Testbank Questions
Title/Author: Hooyman
Chapter Number: Ch. 2
Question Counts Required:
Multiple Choice – 10 questions @ Bloom’s level: Understanding 10
Multiple Choice – 15 questions @ Bloom’s AAE 15
Short Answer – 5 questions @ Bloom’s AAE 5
Essay – 5 questions @ Bloom’s AAE 5
Total questions per chapter: 35
Note: Here starts 10 Multiple Choice Understanding level questions
Question Title M/C Question 1
Assessment
Type Multiple-choice
Question Stem Population aging is a(n) _________ phenomenon.
Answer
Choices
Answer Correct
Answer (x)
Feedback
a. global X
b. regional Consider This: Population trends
can be seen throughout multiple
countries. LO 2.1: Identify global
trends in aging 2. Highlight the
countries that are aging faster
than others and what can be
learned from them
c. American Consider This: Population trends
can be seen throughout multiple
countries. LO 2.1: Identify global
trends in aging 2. Highlight the
countries that are aging faster
than others and what can be
learned from them
d. centralized Consider This: Population trends
can be seen throughout multiple
countries. LO 2.1: Identify global
trends in aging 2. Highlight the
countries that are aging faster
than others and what can be
learned from them
Learning
Objective
LO 2.1: Identify global trends in aging 2. Highlight the countries that are aging faster
than others and what can be learned from them
Topic/Concept Global Trends in Aging
Difficulty
Level
(mark X where
applicable)
Easy Moderate Difficult
X
Skill Level
(mark X where
applicable)
Understand
the Concepts
Apply What
You Know
Analyze It Evaluate It
X
Question Title M/C Question 2
Assessment
Type Multiple-choice
Question Stem What is happening with the populations of children under age 4 and adults over age
65?
Answer
Choices
Answer Correct
Answer (x)
Feedback
a. The population of children is
decreasing while the
population of older adults is
increasing.
X
b. The population of children is
increasing and the population
of older adults is also
increasing.
Consider This: Populations
since the Baby Boom have been
smaller. LO 2.1: Identify global
trends in aging 2. Highlight the
countries that are aging faster
than others and what can be
learned from them
c. The population of children is
increasing while the
population of older adults is
decreasing.
Consider This: Populations
since the Baby Boom have been
smaller. LO 2.1: Identify global
trends in aging 2. Highlight the
countries that are aging faster
than others and what can be
learned from them
d. The population of children is
decreasing and the population
of older adults is also
decreasing.
Consider This: Populations
since the Baby Boom have been
smaller. LO 2.1: Identify global
trends in aging 2. Highlight the
countries that are aging faster
than others and what can be
learned from them
Learning
Objective
LO 2.1: Identify global trends in aging 2. Highlight the countries that are aging faster
than others and what can be learned from them
Topic/Concept Global Trends in Aging
Difficulty
Level
(mark X where
applicable)
Easy Moderate Difficult
X
Skill Level
(mark X where
applicable) Understand
the Concepts
Apply What
You Know
Analyze It Evaluate It
X
Question Title M/C Question 3
Assessment
Type Multiple-choice
Question Stem Which of the following factors make it difficult for demographers to study aging in
Europe?
Answer
Choices
Answer Correct
Answer (x)
Feedback
a. Diversity X
b. Politics Consider This: It may be difficult
to make generalizations when
there are many countries
involved. LO 2.2: Analyze the
economic implications of rapidly
aging industrialized countries
c. Currency Consider This: It may be difficult
to make generalizations when
there are many countries
involved. LO 2.2: Analyze the
economic implications of rapidly
aging industrialized countries
d. Topography Consider This: It may be difficult
to make generalizations when
there are many countries
involved. LO 2.2: Analyze the
economic implications of rapidly
aging industrialized countries
Learning
Objective LO 2.2: Analyze the economic implications of rapidly aging industrialized countries
Topic/Concept Economic Implications for Industrialized Countries
Difficulty
Level
(mark X where
applicable)
Easy Moderate Difficult
X
Skill Level
(mark X where
applicable)
Understand
the Concepts
Apply What
You Know
Analyze It Evaluate It
X
Question Title M/C Question 4
Assessment
Type Multiple-choice
Question Stem What has SHARE—Survey of Health, Aging, and Retirement in Europe—discovered
among the European countries it has studied?
Answer
Choices
Answer Correct
Answer (x)
Feedback
a. All countries need to improve
their geriatric care.
X
b. All countries are excelling with
geriatric care.
Consider This: Countries with
aging populations experience
challenges to their social
systems. LO 2.2: Analyze the
economic implications of rapidly
aging industrialized countries
c. All countries are experiencing
a decrease in their elderly
population.
Consider This: Countries with
aging populations experience
challenges to their social
systems. LO 2.2: Analyze the
economic implications of rapidly
aging industrialized countries
d. All countries are suitable for
short-term studies only.
Consider This: Countries with
aging populations experience
challenges to their social
systems. LO 2.2: Analyze the
economic implications of rapidly
aging industrialized countries
Learning
Objective LO 2.2: Analyze the economic implications of rapidly aging industrialized countries
Topic/Concept Economic Implications for Industrialized Countries
Difficulty
Level
(mark X where
applicable)
Easy Moderate Difficult
X
Skill Level
(mark X where
applicable)
Understand
the Concepts
Apply What
You Know
Analyze It Evaluate It
X