Late Adulthood Interview

Late Adulthood Interview

Conduct an interview with someone who is at least 65 years or older, but preferably 75 years or older. Ask the following questions: What developmental period (childhood; adolescence, early adulthood, middle adulthood, late adulthood) did you enjoy the most? Which period was most challenging? What is the best part of your life right now? What is the most challenging part of your life right now? Provide the answers to your interview in this message board.

Read the attached article on stress and generations. Look for emerging themes across the different interviews and with the stress report. Comment on these themes and be sure to incorporate developmental theory and concepts into your posts.


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