The crises of adulthood (as identified by Erikson) cause people to question the decisions they've made and the impact they have on the world.
As individuals age and move through early, middle, and later adulthood, a variety of physical changes take place within the body.
Cognition changes over a person's lifespan, peaking at around age 35 and slowly declining until late adulthood.
The aging process throughout adulthood includes biological, emotional, intellectual, social, and spiritual changes.
An interpersonal relationship is a strong, deep, or close association between people that may range in duration from brief to enduring.
The aging process often results in a loss of memory, deteriorated intellectual function, decreased mobility, and higher rate of disease.
Growing older means confronting the psychological issues that come with entering the last phase of life and nearing death.
Depending on culture, aging can be seen as an undesirable phenomenon or as an accumulation of wisdom and status.