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  • 1. Chapter 4 . Learning Goals. Developmental Psychology Learning Goals1. Describe developmental changes in health. • How can children’s health be characterized? • What is the nature of adolescents’ health? • What characterizes the health of emerging and young adults? • How extensively does health decline in old age?2. Characterize developmental changes in nutrition and eating behavior. • What are some important aspects of nutrition and eating behavior in infancy? • What are some key nutritional problems in American children? • How can eating behavior and disorders in adolescence be characterized? • What are some controversies and issues in nutrition and eating behavior in the adult years?3. Summarize the roles of exercise in child and adult health. • How extensively do U.S. children and adolescents exercise? • What role does exercise play in adult health? • How does exercise influence development in aging adults?4. Evaluate substance use in adolescence and adulthood. • How extensively do adolescents take drugs? • What factors are linked with drug abuse by adolescents? • What is the nature of substance use in college students and young adults? • How can substance use in older adults be described? Key TermsAerobic exercise Bulimia nervosa KwashiorkorAlzheimer disease Chronic disorders MarasmusAnorexia nervosa Dementia Osteoporosis Parkinson disease Key People Lloyd Johnston Ernesto Pollitt Ellen Langer Judith Rodin