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In highlighting the differences between older men and women, it is also important to keep in mind that most older adults survive the loss of a spouse and adapt in a healthy manner (Hoyer & Roodin, 2003).
2) Experience: Adults have accumulated a reservoir of experience that serves as a resource for learning, as well as a broad base to relate new learning.
Students appeared to rely more on their peers than on adults to help resolve their conflicts to a degree greater than the adults realized; yet the adults still played a role in helping them to resolve conflicts.
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I think what we're doing is extremely fair to adults, and we're going to address students who are in high school with options they might never have had.
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This study explored differences between 107 adults and 134 young adults on measures of dental anxiety (DAS-R) and perceptions of dental stimuli (DFAS).
This paper discusses an academic library's experience with teaching in a program for adult reentry students.
The concept of fetal programming of structural-functional formations during development has been proposed to explain these findings and the resultant research area is referred to as "Fetal Basis of Adult Disease" (FeBAD) research.
They say they housed me there to keep me away from the adults, but they would leave my slot open," she says.
Streptococcus pneumoniae is the leading cause of bacterial meningitis in both children and adults in Malawi, as well as an important cause of pneumonia, bacteremia, and death for all ages (1,2).
According to the article "Continuing Education," in the April 2002 issue of American Demographics, the number of adults aged 25 to 34, is projected to increase 22 percent by 2010.
For our study, we classified patients younger than 15 years as children and patients 15 years and older as adults.
Kids have less experience with words than adults do.