This is a question and I have the answer,but I am wondering about why some of the otherchoices are not also correct:The question is:Which of the following statements reflects a developmental task of the elderly according to Peck?(a) taking a holiday to visit friends in England after death of a spouse(b) joining a bird watching club after retirement© feeling that one's life was well lived(d) happy to have to use a wheelchair rather than walking if it means a reduction in painI think that it could be (a) because this person could be adjusting by shifting attachment. It could be (b) because this person could be reinvesting in a pursuit other than work activities. It could be (d) because the person could be maintaining self-esteem by using a new solution.Peck says that with a decline of physical functioning there can be a decline of self-esteem. Peck suggests to use one's "head". Peck says that to maintain self-esteem, a person can shift attachments, can reinvest in other pursuits, and new solutions. I think that there are 3 possible correct answers. But there is only one indicated as the right answer.