HLTH 509 Quiz 2 Stage Models

HLTH 509 Quiz 2: Stage Models and Social Cognitive Theory

Covers the Learn material from Module 1: Week 1 – Module 4: Week 4.

  1. The Transtheoretical Model of Change is often represented as a spiral staircase because:
  2. Based on the following scenario, which TMC stage should Betty be classified in? Betty smokes daily and would like to finally quit smoking. However, Betty has tried to quit smoking several times before but consistently relapses into her old smoking habits.
  3. Which of the following processes of change are matched to the Preparation to Action stage?
  4. The precaution adoption process model is similar to TMC, and it keeps its all of original stages.
  5. Long-term maintenance of a health-protective behavior has the least health protective value.
  6. In which stage of the TMC does the construct known as decisional balance belong?
  7. Relapse itself is less important within the TMC, than what stage the individual relapses to.
  8. The Precaution Adoption Process Model (PAPM) uses stages to describe HOW people change and posits that interventions can look at processes of change whereas the Transtheoretical Model of Change (TMC) suggests the use of stages and perceived susceptibility as a primary factor in health related behavior.
  9. Stage theories are differentiated from value expectancy theories in that they describe how people change behaviors.
  10. What two components make up self-efficacy?
  11. People never relapse or backslide when a health prevention strategy is based upon the Transtheoretical Model of Change.
  12. Correctly order the stages of the TMC. Identify which stage a person who has no intention of changing their behavior may be categorized.
  13. Content knowledge is the more advanced type of knowledge which involves how to do a specific health behavior.
  14. Self-efficacy is not task-specific.
  15. Social Cognitive Theory asserts that goals are best achieved by breaking Long-term goals down into shorter sub-goals.
  16. Social Cognitive Theory, originally Social Learning Theory, was originally developed to explain health behavior.
  17. Which choices lead to greater self-efficacy?
  18. What is collective self-efficacy?
  19. In Level 3 of the Threefold Stepwise Implementation Model, people hold a universal perception that they are unable to change their health behaviors.
  20. Which is the single most important aspect of SCT as applied to health promotion?
  21. Reciprocal triadic causation involves which of the following pathways?
  22. Verbal persuasion will be more effective when self-efficacy is low.
  23. The elegance of SCT in the context of the new public health lies in its inherent assumption that nearly all human behavior is influenced by the immediate social environment in which the behavior occurs.
  24. A key assumption of Social Cognitive Theory is that the social environment influences the behavior in which it occurs.
  25. Which of the following is not an element of social marketing?
  26. Fear used in a persuasive message targeting highly educated individuals generally results in low reception, but high yielding.
  27. Social marketing targets the social determinants of behavior only, not the physical determinants.
  28. In the ELM, Peripheral-Route and Central-Route processing can function at the same time and may uniquely contribute to attitude formation.
  29. Message tailoring is different than message targeting in that tailoring operates at the group level whereas message targeting operates at the individual level.
  30. Health communication is defined as any mass media campaign.
  31. Which choice is the Reception-Yielding model chain of responses?
  32. Cultural competency is:
  33. In the Elaboration Likelihood Model, Central-Route processing occurs when people are focused on superficial or surface features of the health communication.
  34. Which of the following statements is not a characteristic of social marketing?
  35. Social marketing should only be targeted at those individuals whose health behavior is the focus.
  36. Social Marketing should always be classified as a theory.
  37. The Stages of Change model can be applied to which 2 P’s of Social Marketing?
  38. Research reveals a strong positive association between church attendance and reduced mortality.
  39. Which of the following verses explicitly declares God’s interest in his children experiencing physical as well as spiritual health?
  40. In which of the following early civilizations was faith and health comingled, either as overt activities or as explanations for health and healing?
  41. Moses is recognized by modern medical historians as the “first public health officer.”
  42. All of the following early civilizations used magic spells and potions in their approach to health care except
  43. In the writings of which of the following early civilizations is the earliest true public health code found?
  44. The Hebrews were unique among the ancient civilizations to emphasize prevention over treatment for health-related behaviors.
  45. All of the following theoretical constructs have been proposed by recent researchers to explain the association between religious activity and health except
  46. Church attendance is a useful measure for research in the relationship between religion and health.
  47. Research shows that people who attend religious services frequently are likely to have all of the following health outcomes except
  48. All of the following modern public health practices were included by Moses in the book of Leviticus except
  49. Though not a textbook of medicine, the Bible provides guidance for healthy living by all of the following ways except
  50. Imhotep is recognized by modern medical historians as the “first physician.”
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