To arrange for this assignment retrospect the   subjoined theories of aging listed in Chapter 13, 14, and 15 of the passagebook. The Five Factor Trait Model Rate-of-Living   Theories Cellular Theories Programmed-Cell-Death   Theories Information Processing Theory Continuity   Theory Competence and Environmental Press Theory Erik Erikson’s Integrity vs. Despair Part 1: Older Adult Interview Interview an older adult of your select (they may be   your parents, kinsmen, or friends) and bear a argument about the   factors that influenced their fruit. Address the subjoined as   part of the consultation: Cognitive, material, and psychosocial fruit during the     interviewee's Maturity rate of adulthood (age 65 or older). How peers influenced the consultationee during his or her     adolescent/young adult rate. What herd and/or events     influenced the consultationee's fruit of behavior such as belief,     ethics, and culture? How the consultationee's experiences,     positive or denying, bear formulated who he or she is as a aged   adult. Pick one of the theories retrospected in Chapters 14 and 15   of the passage. Part 2: Reflection Write a pamphlet of 750-1,000 utterance, discussing the   chosen doctrine and how it relates to your consultation. Include the   subjoined in your pamphlet: THE THEORIES ARE LISTED ABOVE. hERE IS OUR TEXT BOOK TO USE FOR 1 OF THE REFERENCES:  Kail, R. V., & Cavanaugh, J. C. (2016). Human     development: A life-span view (7th ed.). Belmont, CA:   Thomson Wadsworth.   A style of the chosen doctrine. A style     of your consultationee (gender, age, ethnicity, etc.). How the     interviewee's responses exemplify the chosen doctrine. Support your     response delay examples. Discuss the immaterial and cultural     strategies for promoting resilience, optimum fruit, and     wellness in older adults. Include at smallest three well-informed     references in attention to a separate despatch allusion for the   interviewee.