PSYC 317 Exam 4

PSYC 317 Exam 4 Liberty Answers

  1. What might be a sign that a caretaker of someone with Alzheimer’s disease may need intervention?
  2. A young woman who has recently been raped by an old friend comes to counseling. She went to a party and had a few drinks. The friend walked her to her car and then forced her into the car and raped her. She has told no one. The goal of therapy is:
  3. Why might an abused child not report the abuse to a helper?
  4. If a child who experiences abuse does not receive professional help, he/she is at risks to:
  5. Sexual assault occurs most commonly:
  6. People infected with the HIV virus
  7. Which of the following is NOT a way to reduce the risk of transmitting HIV?
  8. Which of the following is a clear indicator of child abuse?
  9. A battering parent often:
  10. Which of the following is true about AA?
  11. Crack can best be described as:
  12. Interventions with abused elderly people usually require the services of:
  13. An enabler usually:
  14. Men who batter usually:
  15. About how many military personnel reported being victims of sexual assault in 2011?
  16. Marijuana:
  17. Which of the following is the most commonly used defense mechanism by the chemically dependent person?
  18. Which of the following categories of child abuse include ALL the other categories of child abuse?
  19. New research suggests that saliva from healthy individuals actually _____________ the AIDS virus.
  20. Colao and Hosansky propose 8 reasons why children do not tell people they are being abused, or sexually molested. Which of the following is NOT one of the 8?
  21. One of the newest drugs to surpass the popularity of cocaine in the 1990s and 21st century is:
  22. Which of the following is the fastest growing drug problem and accounts for the second most commonly abused category of drugs?
  23. Which of the following might be an effective intervention for MST?
  24. One in 20 women will be assaulted by a domestic partner in her lifetime.
  25. Battered women stay because:
  26. The emotional refusal to acknowledge a person’s situation, condition, or event the way it actually is refers to:
  27. Why might women not report being sexually assaulted while serving in the military?
  28. Which of the following is NOT true about the battering of women?
  29. Which of the following drugs is usually injected?
  30. Women are most often date raped between the ages of:
  31. Date rape is:
  32. A crisis issue usually faced by both someone infected with HIV and someone with AIDS is:
  33. During the honeymoon period in the battering cycle, the man:
  34. Playing down the seriousness of an addiction is called:
  35. Tolerance and withdrawal are two components required for a diagnosis of:
  36. Which of the following is most true about the battering of women?
  37. Which of the following defense mechanisms is most commonly used by co-dependents?
  38. When might a drug addict seek crisis intervention?
  39. Which drug is most likely to be physically addictive?
  40. Which of the following is true about rape?
  41. is/are the single major cause of injury to women in the USA.
  42. A goal of therapy for the battered female is to:
  43. Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) can be an effective support group for individual’s living with alcohol addiction. However, AA is based on the ____________________ of addiction.
  44. is noted as the most difficult type of abuse to prove, but is likely the most prevalent.
  45. The purpose of the ADA of 1990 was to:
  46. Which model is most effective with rape victims?
  47. The most commonly abused drug in the U.S. is:
  48. Which of the following is probably the most important development in intervening with the disabled?
  49. How many Americans are estimated to be afflicted with Alzheimer’s disease?
  50. Detoxification is usually:
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