Download Guided CRIS 606 Quiz Bereavement

Download Guided CRIS 606 Quiz Bereavement

 

CRIS 606 Quiz: Bereavement, Military/Personal Trauma, and Community Disasters

  1. Grief after a significant loss is often comingled with assigning blame for a loss to oneself, which is usually called
  2. Bullying is sometimes the fault of the victim as well as the bully.
  3. In the fifth edition of its Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders (2013), the American Psychiatric Association removed the so-called “bereavement exclusion,” which barred diagnoses of major depressive disorders for a stipulated time after a death.
  4. A child suffering from exposure to trauma exhibits behaviors that are similar to those seen in abused children.
  5. The more common effects of sexual assault and rape do not include
  6. Aftercare programs in the funeral industry that involve extra staff with specific training in bereavement issues and that offer special holiday programs and community education are examples of
  7. Sloane has said that the most remarkable changes in the American cemetery industry in the last 40 years have included
  8. In Personal Insights 10.4 in the eighth edition of Death & Dying, Life & Living (“For a Time of Sorrow”), Howard Thurman writes that he would offer to help a bereaved person by
  9. Disposing of the body in ways that contribute to the realization of the implications of death is assisted through:
  10. Catherine Sanders’ phase theory in mourning is an advance over the stage theory of Elizabeth Kübler- Ross because:
  11. According to Martin and Doka’s account of adaptive grieving styles, “instrumental” grievers tend
  12. One major factor influencing grieving parents’ ability to function is a dramatically reduced attention span.
  13. An example of a valuational task for bereaved persons is
  14. The title of Rabbi Kushner’s book, When Bad Things Happen to Good People, is an example of which of the following characteristics of bereavement support groups?
  15. In the vignette near the beginning of Chapter 10, it appears that Stella Bridgman was helped most in her bereavement by
  16. According to Worden, which is not a task of mourning?
  17. During bereavement, grieving people may direct anger to _________.
  18. Which of these does not influence a person’s response to loss?
  19. One can help a bereaved person by:
  20. When an experienced hospice bereavement volunteer observed the single thing that can most help a bereaved person, he meant to encourage
  21. It is best to describe grief reactions as:
  22. The central helping factors around which most bereavement support groups are organized include:
  23. According to Gabbard, the most common cause of PTSD is the sudden and unexpected death of a loved one.
  24. Funeral and memorial practices in the United States have been criticized for being:
  25. Which of these comments is not true of date rape?
  26. Loss of a pet or companion animal can be important because _________.
  27. Returning veterans from which war was often expected to “just get on with it,” whether or not they suffered from PTSD.
  28. Disenfranchisement in grief can include both the structural and the dynamic or functional elements of bereavement. The latter include:
  29. The crisis worker should not suggest which of the following to a client who is suffering from loss.
  30. LANDNAV is a high-tech navigational system that avoids land mines and thus reduces the risk of brain trauma.
  31. How have online resources been used in recent years to cope with loss and grief?
  32. The “dual process” model proposed by Stroebe and Schut claims that mourning involves an oscillation between two sets of processes. These processes are oriented towards:
  33. According to Shakespeare, bereaved persons need to _________.
  34. Hospital care in the United States was greatly changed by _________.
  35. Given strong narcotics regularly and in sufficient amounts, dying persons with severe pain will likely experience
  36. According to Erikson’s theory of the human life cycle, the predominant developmental issue in infancy is
  37. Maria Nagy reported that children in what she termed Stage 2 are likely to view death as _________.
  38. The vignette near the beginning of Chapter 13 illustrates the leading causes of adolescent deaths, including:
  39. How many hospice programs were estimated to be operating in the United States In 2014?
  40. For many adults who have experienced the death of a loved one who died in the military in various conflicts, this type of death is particularly difficult because:
  41. If a person cannot look after their basic needs, such as food and water or keeping themselves clean, they may need hospitalization.
  42. A typical reaction to a crisis event is an increase in anxiety.
  43. In psychological dimensions of caring for a dying person, the first priority would be to _________.
  44. K, age 54, is diagnosed with lung cancer with a prognosis of six months to live.
  45. Coping with dying _________.
  46. Medication can sometimes be given without the client’s consent.
  47. The federal law that established standards for the protection of select health information was the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA).
  48. In part C of the ABC model, clients are encouraged to seek alternative ideas and set new coping strategies to deal with the crisis at hand.
  49. For an adult, the death of his or her parent or grandparent _________.
  50. Crisis intervention as a response to the trauma first emerged when World War II soldiers began to return home.
Set 2
  1. A dying person who asks to leave the hospital in order to be at home with family members is most likely engaged in:
  2. A dying person:
  3. “Spiritual” tasks _________.
  4. The premature death of the spirit in a body that still remains physically alive is said to involve
  5. How quickly a person receives intervention after a crisis event does not matter to their long-term ability to function.
  6. After the death of a spouse, remarriage is most likely to occur for elderly widowers because:
  7. Clients may not realize that they were not at fault or may not have been able to stop the abuse from happening.
  8. In midlife, a newly personalized sense of mortality is likely to affect thoughts about _________.
  9. For older adults, the need to cope with loss and grief can arise from:
  10. Older adults may encounter complications following the death of their adult child, such as _________.
  11. When caring for a dying person’s physical needs, the first intervention to undertake is
  12. The leading cause of death among infants from 1 month to 1 year of age in the United States is:
  13. Specific needs of older adults when coping with life-threatening illness or dying are _________.
  14. The leading cause of death among children 1-4 years of age in the United States is _________.
  15. In Tolstoy’s novella, The Death of Ivan Ilych, Ivan says he studied the following syllogism in school: Caius is a man, men are mortal, therefore Caius is mortal. Later in life, Ivan realized that the true meaning of this syllogism is:
  16. Restating in your own words what you thought you heard a client say is called
  17. A typical reaction to a crisis event is an increase in anxiety.
  18. Your close friend has been notified that her husband committed suicide at work. Your most helpful response would be:
  19. Grief after a death is typically related to _________.
  20. How have online resources been used in recent years to cope with loss and grief?
  21. Sloane has said that the most remarkable changes in the American cemetery industry in the last 40 years have included
  22. Rape is sometimes partly the fault of the victim.
  23. Who is not at risk of developing secondary PTSD?
  24. Common physical sensations in bereaved persons include _________.
  25. Individuals who experience the death of an important person in their lives may undergo “disintegration” in the sense that they experience:
  26. According to Worden, complicated grief reactions include:
  27. Funeral and memorial practices in the United States have been criticized for being:
  28. When some writers argue that grief and mourning can lead to some positive opportunities, they mean that
  29. Which of the following is not considered to have been an act of terrorism?
  30. Roadside memorials are most often used by bereaved persons _________.
  31. The Cohort Measure Rate places the U.S. divorce rate at
  32. An example of a cognitive task for bereaved persons is _________.
  33. Grief reactions to loss may often include _________.
  34. The primary reason why survivors of Hurricane Sandy and Hurricane Katrina had different perceptions of their experiences was because of the number of people who were affected.
  35. According to Martin and Doka’s account of adaptive grieving styles, “instrumental” grievers tend
  36. Neimeyer describes “meaning reconstruction” by bereaved persons as involving:
  37. When an experienced hospice bereavement volunteer observed the single thing that can most help a bereaved person, he meant to encourage
  38. A battered woman might stay in the relationship because
  39. The physical or geographical drawing together after the death of persons who ordinarily see little of each other in their everyday lives is primarily an example of:
  40. On the basis of her work in anthropology, Margaret Mead wrote that she knew of _________.
  41. Other than a strong faith, other variables that influence a healthy bereavement period include:
  42. Acceptance and Commitment Therapy involves the veteran accepting that they need help, and committing them to a mental health facility.
  43. In relationships that are secret or unsuspected, when one partner dies, the grieving person is likely to experience
  44. All 50 states have mandated reporting laws for child abuse, although the persons who are required to report vary from state to state.
  45. In order not to risk upsetting mourners, cemetery personnel in contemporary American society usually include mourners in
  46. Returning veterans from which war was often expected to “just get on with it,” whether or not they suffered from PTSD.
  47. After burying his wife, one adult found his answering machine still had a recording of her voice from a message she left a few days before her death. When he listens to this recording, he says he finds comfort and solace. As he tells you about this, your best response would be:
  48. During bereavement, grieving people may direct anger to _________.
  49. Aftercare programs in the funeral industry that involve extra staff but no extensive training and that
  50. offer telephone calls, newsletters, social, dinners, and travel illustrations.

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