CRIS 607 Quiz 1

CRIS 607 Quiz 1 Liberty University

Set 1

  1. School or workplace violence occurs in a place that carries an expectation of ______________.
  2. Terrorist attacks are different because
  3. According to Dr. Lyles, PTSD symptoms only occur in a minority of patients exposed to trauma, so something must be different with those who develop PTSD.
  4. According to the presenters, often the perpetrator of school or workplace violence is a stranger.
  5. According to the presenters, there is no evidence or reason to believe that certain groups and individuals in society can be more predisposed to others for developing PTSD.
  6. __________________________ resolves within a month’s time.
  7. Which of the following was not given as a factor that can improve trauma resiliency?
  8. __________________________ is a blow to the basic tissues of social life that damages the bonds attaching people together and impairs the prevailing sense of commonality, according to the presenters.
  9. Which of the following is not true regarding diagnostic criteria for PTSD symptoms?
  10. According to Dr. Lyles, what is an example of the fourth diagnostic criteria of being constantly alert or on guard?
  11. According to the presenters, the most severe problems are seen in which phase of disaster impact?
  12. According to Dr. Lyles, a person can only develop PTSD from his/her own experiences.
  13. According to the presenters, with both natural disasters and terrorist attacks, there is a threat of trauma reoccurrence.
  14. PTSD can hide in the shadows of other kinds of problems. These problems are known as
  15. According to Dr. Lyles, a victim of significant trauma who develops PTSD can have good prognostic variables within his/her background.
  16. According to the presenters, preventative medication should never be used to lower a predisposed person’s risk of developing PTSD.
  17. According to the Surgeon General’s Report on Mental Illness, ________ of people exposed to traumatic events will develop PTSD.
  18. According to Dr. Lyles, what is an example of the second diagnostic criteria of repeatedly thinking about the trauma?
  19. Which of the following was not given in the presentation as being a traumatic event that could lead to the development of PTSD in a person?
  20. According to Dr. Lyles, an example of a difficult challenge regarding PTSD symptoms is guilt and shame.

Set 2

  1. According to Dr. Lyles, a victim of significant trauma who develops PTSD can have good prognostic variables within his/her background.
  2. According to Dr. Lyles, a person can only develop PTSD from his/her own experiences.
  3. According to Dr. Lyles, an example of a difficult challenge regarding PTSD symptoms is guilt and shame.
  4. According to Dr. Lyles, PTSD symptoms only occur in a minority of patients exposed to trauma, so something must be different with those who develop PTSD.
  5. According to the presenters, the most severe problems are seen in which phase of disaster impact?
  6. School or workplace violence occurs in a place that carries an expectation of ______________.
  7. According to the presenters, with both natural disasters and terrorist attacks, there is a threat of trauma reoccurrence.
  8. Which of the following is not true regarding diagnostic criteria for PTSD symptoms?
  9. According to Dr. Lyles, what is an example of the second diagnostic criteria of repeatedly thinking about the trauma?
  10. Which of the following was not given in the presentation as being a traumatic event that could lead to the development of PTSD in a person?
  11. According to the presenters, preventative medication should never be used to lower a predisposed person’s risk of developing PTSD.
  12. __________________________ resolves within a month’s time.
  13. According to the Surgeon General’s Report on Mental Illness, ________ of people exposed to traumatic events will develop PTSD.
  14. According to Dr. Lyles, what is an example of the fourth diagnostic criteria of being constantly alert or on guard?
  15. Terrorist attacks are different because
  16. __________________________ is a blow to the basic tissues of social life that damages the bonds attaching people together and impairs the prevailing sense of commonality, according to the presenters.
  17. According to the presenters, there is no evidence or reason to believe that certain groups and individuals in society can be more predisposed to others for developing PTSD.
  18. According to the presenters, often the perpetrator of school or workplace violence is a stranger.
  19. PTSD can hide in the shadows of other kinds of problems. These problems are known as
  20. Which of the following was not given as a factor that can improve trauma resiliency?
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