PSY 2601 Study Guide - Exam 1
PSY 2601 Study Guide - Exam 1 PSY 2601
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1. Who is most likely to seek medical attention? A. 17 y/o with a sprained ankle B. 26 y/o with two children C. 50 y/o with new onset chest pain D. 75 y/o with joint pain 2. Which one of these is not considered a right of a sick patient in the sick role? A. Right to be dependent on others B. Right to be demanding of others C. Right to be excused from responsibilities D. Right to make your own health decisions 3. Bill has been feeling sick with a fever and general malaise. He has been laying in bed all day and asked his friend Max to get his homework from his locker for him. This is exhibiting what? A. Obligations of the sick role B. Rights of the sick role C. Demands of the sick role 4. Which one of these is not considered an obligation of a sick patient in the sick role? A. Utilize health care resources B. Get Well C. Maintain Health D. All of these are obligations of the sick patient in the sick role 5. This is the behavior that is exhibited by those that are experiencing symptoms but do not yet have a formal diagnosis. A. Sick role behavior B. Illness behavior C. Medical behavior D. Ill behavior 6. T/F – Patients generally feel more comfortable with physicians of the same gender. 7. What is an effective way of ensuring that your medical concerns are taken seriously when visiting the doctor? A. Documentation B. Persistence C. Anger D. Both A & B 8. This is the behavior that is exhibited by those that have received a diagnosis. A. Sick role behavior B. Illness behavior C. Medical behavior D. Ill behavior 9. Emma is suffering from a broken leg. She would be considered to have a(n) ________ A. Illness B. Disease C. Disorder D. Condition 10. Angel is suffering from bipolar schizophrenia. She would be considered to have a(n) ______ A. Illness B. Disease C. Disorder D. Condition 11. Anthony is suffering from the flu. He would be considered to have a(n) ________ A. Illness B. Disease C. Disorder D. Condition 12. ___________ is the science of mental and behavioral processes. A. Psychiatry B. Psychology C. Neuroscience D. Neuropsychology 13. All of these are interests of health psychology, except: A. Prevention of disease B. Improvement of health care system C. Enhancement of health D. Improving physicians 14. What medical model(s) were discussed in chapter two? A. Biomedical model B. Biopsychosocial model C. Neither of these D. Both A & B 15. Sarah completed a study looking at amount of sleep and number of words that participants were able to remember. She found that the more sleep a person got, the more words they were able to remember the following day. This is an example of a _________. A. Negative correlation B. No correlation C. Positive correlation D. Negative relationship 16. Define the biomedical model. A. Health is the absence of toxins B. Health is the absence of disease and illness C. Health is the absence of patient complaints D. A patient is never completely healthy 17. Melissa conducted a social psychology experiment. She asked students in her psychology lecture to be her participants. Melissa used a __________ A. Random sample B. Convenience sample C. Population D. None of these are correct 18. Andrew conducted a study. He found that the more energy drinks a person consumed, the less still they were able to stay when asked to. This is an example of a ___________. A. Negative correlation B. Positive correlation C. No correlation D. Negative relationship 19. The correlation coefficient ranges from A. 10 to +10 B. 5 to +5 C. 10 to 0 D. 1 to +1 20. T/F – Correlation can show cause and effect. 21. Who is most likely to adhere to a treatment/health plan? A. 17 y/o at risk for obesity B. 50 y/o with end stage liver disease C. 20 y/o with asthma D. 35 y/o with diabetes 22. What factor(s) are not likely to predict adherence? A. Disease severity B. Age C. Regimen complexity D. Social stigma 23. Alicia just got diagnosed with Lupus. Who is most likely to help her adhere to her new treatment regimen? A. Her neighbor B. Her boss C. The man she recently started dating D. Her dog, Spot 24. Which of these is not a limitation of the Health Belief Model A. Lack of standard measures B. Simple behaviors C. Lack of consideration D. All of these are limitations of the Health Belief Model 25. The process of controlling your thoughts, behaviors or feelings to achieve a certain goal is called ________. A. Reciprocal determinism B. Self regulation C. Self efficacy D. Adherence Psychology 2601 – Exam 1 – Study Guide Answer Key 1. C 2. B 3. B 4. D 5. B 6. True 7. D 8. A 9. B 10. C 11. A 12. B 13. D 14. D 15. C 16. B 17. B 18. A 19. D 20. False 21. B 22. D 23. D 24. D 25. B
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