EDCO 790 Quiz Trauma Assessment

EDCO 790 Quiz: Trauma Assessment, Loss, Vulnerability, and Violence

  1. The Beck Depression Inventory (BDI II) is an example of a
  2. Which of the following describes emotional abuse, according to Dr. Langberg?
  3. Which of the following is not considered a trauma reaction to abuse, according to Dr. Langberg?
  4. Another part of the brain was compared by Sapolsky to a keyboard for entering data into storage. This was the
  5. Prevalence studies of psychiatric patients show rates of trauma exposure that range from
  6. The treatment for co-occurring trauma-related disorders and addiction can occur along three treatment trajectories. Which of these is not one of them?
  7. The pattern formed when a person goes from no stress to a moderate, transient amount of stress, is illustrated as an
  8. Conditions and circumstances which may be risk factors which lead to elder abuse, include all but which one of the following?
  9. All of the following are characteristic about Stage One in responding to suicide, except:
  10. Which of the following is not one of the things that Sapolsky said can disrupt functioning of the hippocampus, and thereby memory?
  11. Psychological assessment instruments discussed by Levers include all except for which of the following?
  12. The part of the brain, which has been compared to a hard drive, where memories are stored is the
  13. According to the CDC, _____ people commit suicide per hour:
  14. Sapolsky has shown that short-term stressors of mild to moderate severity have
  15. What do Walter and McCoyd, as cited in Levers, say is at the heart of life and growth?
  16. The most common psychological assessment strategy used by counselor, psychiatrist, social workers, psychiatric nurses, and psychologists alike is the
  17. According to the Adsits, when trauma’s thumbprint is etched on the person’s body, soul, and spirit, a person’s can be affected.
  18. According to the presenters, which of the following is true regarding combat traum
  19. The bonds of attachment that often exist in abusive intimate partner relationships is illustrated in Levers by the
  20. Which of the following encompasses the mildest issues on the Combat Trauma Spectrum?
  21. A type of memory in which people vividly remember some highly-aroused scene, such as a crime that witnessed, is colloquially called
  22. Levers talks about using psychological assessment for measuring all of the following EXCEPT
  23. He also states that knowing how to do things, even without having to think consciously about them, is due to
  24. The inclination of the TV and newspapers to over represent sensational and violent crimes, leads to a type of media-induced trauma known as
  25. Which of the following is not considered a trauma reaction to abuse, according to Dr. Langberg?
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