EDCO 790 Quiz 1

EDCO 790 Quiz 1: Traumatology and Effects of Stress

Module 1: Week 1 – Module 2: Week 2.

  1. Which is NOT one of the stress-response stages theorized by Selye?
  2. Chronic fatigue syndrome is related to the following, EXCEPT
  3. The blocking of physical pain in the short term when under severe stress is referred to as
  4. Helping individuals understand that what they are experiencing is not unusual is:
  5. Which is NOT a function of the sympathetic nervous system?
  6. Which of the following is NOT a core symptom of PTSD?
  7. Which is NOT one of the chemicals identified by Sapolsky as a “work horse” during stress response?
  8. Trauma, PTSD, and substance abuse overlap in the following ways, EXCEPT
  9. The brain’s fight-or-flight response is activated by
  10. When a trauma survivor makes a connection between events that are not really connected, the person is engaging in
  11. Which of the following is most accurate, according to Sapolsky?
  12. How is appetite affected by stress response?
  13. According to Levers, what percentage of people exposed to a traumatic event develop PTSD?
  14. At the time when Sapolsky researched his work, studies on the effects of childhood stress on adults were
  15. Zebras exemplify that stress responses
  16. Briere and Scott’s definition of trauma differs from the DSM’s in that they
  17. What is cited as the key to managing stress?
  18. What is the first step toward developing heart disease from chronic stress?
  19. Contemporary trauma theory departs from Freud’s model in that _________ is emphasized over repression.
  20. These stress-related gastrointestinal disorders are described by Sapolsky, EXCEPT
  21. Which of the following is NOT true:
  22. With the onset of stress, the immune system is
  23. Posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD) was first included as a diagnosis in the
  24. Which of the following disease is NOT discussed by Sapolsky as influenced by chronic stress?
  25. A physiological change unique to PTSD compared to other anxiety disorders is

Set 2

  1. Zebras exemplify that stress responses
  2. What is the first step toward developing heart disease from chronic stress?
  3. According to Levers, what percentage of people exposed to a traumatic event develop PTSD?
  4. What is cited as the key to managing stress?
  5. Which of the following is NOT a core symptom of PTSD?
  6. A physiological change unique to PTSD compared to other anxiety disorders is
  7. Posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD) was first included as a diagnosis in the
  8. Which is NOT one of the chemicals identified by Sapolsky as a “work horse” during stress response?
  9. Which is NOT a function of the sympathetic nervous system?
  10. At the time when Sapolsky researched his work, studies on the effects of childhood stress on adults were
  11. How is appetite affected by stress response?
  12. The blocking of physical pain in the short term when under severe stress is referred to as
  13. Trauma, PTSD, and substance abuse overlap in the following ways, EXCEPT
  14. Chronic fatigue syndrome is related to the following, EXCEPT
  15. Helping individuals understand that what they are experiencing is not unusual is:
  16. Which is NOT one of the stress-response stages theorized by Selye?
  17. When a trauma survivor makes a connection between events that are not really connected, the person is engaging in
  18. Contemporary trauma theory departs from Freud’s model in that _________ is emphasized over repression.
  19. Which of the following disease is NOT discussed by Sapolsky as influenced by chronic stress?
  20. The brain’s fight-or-flight response is activated by
  21. With the onset of stress, the immune system is
  22. Which of the following is NOT true:
  23. Briere and Scott’s definition of trauma differs from the DSM’s in that they
  24. These stress-related gastrointestinal disorders are described by Sapolsky, EXCEPT
  25. Which of the following is most accurate, according to Sapolsky?
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