CRIS 606 Final

CRIS 606 Final Liberty

Set 1

  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 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.
  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 a 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 were 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 offer telephone calls, newsletters, social, dinners, and travel illustrate _________.
  50. An abusive parent often

Set 2

  1. The crisis worker can help clients accept their loss by encouraging them to release their denial slowly and move toward the expression of grief.
  2. Funeral practices are _________.
  3. When a woman is sexually assaulted in the military, she might be diagnosed with a personality disorder for failing to adjust adequately to the assault.
  4. When an experienced hospice bereavement volunteer observed the single thing that can most help a bereaved person, he meant to encourage _________.
  5. Anger, guilt, and anxiety are most closely associated with:
  6. More soldiers die from suicide than are killed in combat.
  7. According to our textbook, traditional mourning models have frequently made several assumptions which more recent studies have challenged. Among these assumptions are:
  8. In itself, grief at the time of a death is _________.
  9. When a family has been involved with child protective services because of child abuse, the incidence of abuse dramatically decreases.
  10. A common physical response when experiencing grief related to a death is _________.
  11. Embalming as it is practiced in our society _________.
  12. Which of the following is not a factor for a person with a higher education level experiencing fewer depressive symptoms following a job loss?
  13. Why might women in the military not report sexual assault?
  14. The shared loss experience that underlies and makes possible effectiveness in bereavement support groups is called:
  15. One of Worden’s tasks in mourning is “to find an enduring connection with the deceased in the midst of embarking on a new life.” Personal Insights 9.5in the eighth edition of Death & Dying, Life & Living described how four widows dealt with their wedding rings after the death of their spouse. Which of these widows was addressing this task in mourning?
  16. Grief after a death is typically related to _________.
  17. A traumatic loss is _________.
  18. Normal reactions to loss include _________.
  19. 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:
  20. Experiences of bereavement and grief are likely to be affected by:
  21. Infant whiplash syndrome can occur easily if a baby is shaken, and is usually more serious than whiplash in an adult.
  22. In order not to risk upsetting mourners, cemetery personnel in contemporary American society usually include mourners in _________.
  23. In our society, unhelpful messages to bereaved persons typically include _________.
  24. All batterers are mentally ill.
  25. Clients with PTSD might benefit from
  26. In order to recover from PTSD, the client must first find a way to avoid the memories of the trauma.
  27. 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?
  28. School staff might not be aware of incidences of bullying because much of it occurs outside of school.
  29. Providing prompt, accurate, and reliable information can help bereaved persons with _________.
  30. Support groups for the bereaved that offer opportunities for mutual aid and self-help in coping with loss and grief may be:
  31. Acceptance and Commitment Therapy involves the veteran accepting that they need help, and committing them to a mental health facility.
  32. In the vignette near the beginning of Chapter 10 it appears that Stella Bridgman was helped most in her bereavement by _________.
  33. According to Walsh and McGoldrick, tasks confronting bereaved family members and family units include _________.
  34. In 2014 in the U.S., overall death rates during adulthood were highest in the:
  35. FOMO is experienced by about 70 percent of all adults in developed or developing countries.
  36. When older adults do not have enough time to process their grief from one loss before another occurs, they are subject to:
  37. Waechter’s research demonstrated highest anxiety levels in _________.
  38. After a funeral, which of the following would be most helpful to a young bereaved child who is repeatedly asking questions about when the person who died will come home?
  39. In assessing a client’s potential for suicide, which might not be a useful question?
  40. Which of the following are among the ten leading causes of death for older adults?
  41. Ego strength refers to
  42. When helping dying persons who raise questions that are spiritual in nature, one should _________.
  43. Hospice care in the United States is _________.
  44. Children who have survived a life-threatening illness often have to deal with issues of _________.
  45. Doka argued that tasks in coping with life-threatening illnesses might differ in different contexts. He called these contexts “phases” and identified the main ones as:
  46. According to Erikson’s theory of the human life cycle, normative developmental tasks in young and middle adulthood involve achieving _________.
  47. Helping with tasks in coping with dying applies to:
  48. In 2014, individuals aged 10-19 years experienced what percentage of all U.S. deaths?
  49. Not talking down to older adults and not assuming deafness or incompetence on their part can help them most directly to _________.
  50. 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:
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