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‘ - Final ‘
Directions: DO NOT WRITE ON THIS EXAM. Use the scantron sheet for all responses. Column (A) for "true" and
column (B) for “false”. For multiple choice questions, select the best answet. 1. The following is NOT an example of marginal recreation.
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d. compulsive shopping F 2. According to guest speaker Joan Cirone, she deﬁned stress as a demand that requires a major life-changing response. -T'3. Joan Cirone stated stress can be deﬁned as anything that makes your body work harder. 4. According to lecture material, there are many social inﬂuences that will impact leisure in the future. One of those
factors is the shift in our population. Which of the following is NOT considered a factor when it comes to changes in
population: a. The population will experience an increase in the proportion of Americans over the age of 75. b. Overall there will be a decline in children and young adults. .
' c. There will be a shift in how the population is distributed. More peeple will be moving to the suburbs. @2 More people will learn a foreign language. 5. Stress is a multidimensional phenomenon. Therefore it is easy to study stress because it effects every aspectof life; e,
physically, emotionally, socially, and spiritually. ' 6. In class we discussed stress at great lengths. Which of the following statements is FALSE:
a. stress is a strain, pressure, or tension on a system. , b. Stress can be~a psychological response in relatiOn to the body (frustration). g7 Stress is not one of the most common health woes in America. d. Too much stress and a person can become dysfunctional. _ 1 7. In lecture it was discussed that technology will have a major influence on leisure in the future, which of the following
statements is FALSE? ' i
a. There will be the creation of new leisure opportunities.
b. Computer, video, and electronic games are readily available to the masses.
(31 Travel is becoming more affordable and accessible. '
@ Sporting equipment is antiquated and not safe. 78. Title IX mandates equal opportunity for girls and Women in federally funded athletic programs. 9. Which of the following stress coping mechanisms is a class offering at the Recreation Center?
. Deep Breathing
d. Bio Feedback
e. Hydro-Therapy 10. in class we discussed the basic components of a ﬁtness program. in regards to these components, which of the
following statements is TRUE? ‘
H To improve one's muscular strength, resistance training is the most effective method Muscular endurance has to do with the force a muscle can exert during a contraction.
c. Flexibility is the least important of the basic components
' d. Cardiovascular ﬁtness can be achieved by running 4 to 5 times per month 23 The best way to reiax so you can think clearly and do your best on this exam is to do all of the followurig EXCEPT. a. Breathe deeply two or three times slowly.
b. Take a jog before coming to class. c. Meditate in your seat.
@Iake sleeping pills with a glass of juice. _ ‘
‘e; Listen to some of your favorite music on headphones while walking to class. 24. To determine your true resting pulse rate it is best to take your pulse immediately after breakfast. 25. According to futurist Hazel Henderson, is the most critical job skill for future careers.
a. typing '
c. budgeting '
e. long lunches 26. As we move towards the century, the nature of work is changing. 'Which of the following is an example of one of these
change discussed in lecture:
flexible work schedules . _
b. longer work days
c. working on weekends
d. weakening of the work ethic 27. According to the American College of Sports Medicine, to maintain aerobic ﬁtness. one must exercise at aerobic capacity at least times a week.
a. 1 - 2 3-5
@5-6 28. According to the author of our text, our state of health is largely determined by which of the following:
a. The quality of health care provided.
b. When you start your ﬁtness program.
How we live our lives and our behaviors/emotions '
. Whether or not you live by a nuclear power plant. /
29. The biggest addictions in Our culture are alcohol, nicotine, marijuana, caffeine, and overeating. / 30. The text points out that poverty is related to health in a number of different ways. Which of the folloWing was NOT
discussed: a. Poor people often have less information about illness and injury'prevention.
b. People of poverty eat insufﬁcient food or have inappropriate dietary practices.
c. People of poverty are more subject to crime. ‘ People of poverty have less sense of community
People of poverty have limited participation in a ﬁtness program 31. Leisure activities such as cross country skiing, roller skating, rowing, and swimming are excellent proddcers of cardio-
respiratory or aerobic ﬁtness. ’1’" 32. The leisure industry is between ﬁve and twenty times the size of the automobile industry in the United States. 33. According to Peer Health Educators, which of the following are considered factors for smart sex:
a. Use a condom b. Stay sober
c. Communicate with your partner - Get tested
9‘ ll of the above - .1". ‘eh. 1’ r
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/ ;-€._ a! Wm WM, 47. Ceisure‘is America’s number one economic activity. ' \a 48. Studies have proven corporate ﬁtness programs increase employee retention. Which of the following is NOT an
outcome of corporate ﬁtness programs. ‘
a. reduction in absenteeism
b. decrease in corporate health care costs
,_ you improvement in employee efﬁciency and concentration
A" d. increase in violence in the workplace 49. The majority of consumer spending occurs during free time.
50. It has been suggested that shopp ng for pleasure is one our most popular leisure pursuits.
51. Environmental wellness refers to your attitude about work and your ability to balance it with the rest of your life. 52. According to the text) our materialistic lifestyle has hurt our leisure experiences in many ways.
53. Taking personal and social responsibility for the Earth best illustrates which wellness dimension.
"6.” physical 54. in class we discussed . six
6 seven c. ﬁve
d. sixteen dimensions of wellness: ‘55. Education can be directly correlated to human concern for ecologically safe ieisurer-EKW” /
Three points On the back of your scantron please list three things you have learned about yourself through this course. ...
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