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Unformatted text preview: - -'. .IHilfla-[Edu-fiml'ISEIIHE] ICollse- [an is] Next Lesson . " . Suspend 13'" -. Help If" -. Exit Course in“ -. Hide TOE fl" -. h UNCLASSIFIED Knowledge Based Question 1 Range Bf A state of well—being in which one is aware of personal erah'i'n'fi abilities and limits, copes well with life stresses, works Multinational productiyely and efiectiyely: and contributes positiyely to his . , , y or her communities is known as . It describes a @ PWE'CBI ”“355 healthy body, mind, and spirit which can be seen in a erson's abilit to deal with t ical stressers. p F W psychological health Inte regency rn finned Forces Re sews E Special post—traumatic stress disorder : Joint Force DBFSDHEI awareness int Force ntroductic-n ofessicn of intness and ce int Force t issien d s Intent ‘adin a JIiM Task Psychological areness for Feedback To check your answer select the Submit button. '. Key 1c|usion -_--'. .IHilfla-y Edu-tinn {SEWIIE} ICollse- [4-D is] Next Lesson . " Suspend fit" -. Help 0'" -. El” Course t3" " Hide TOE 9'" -. h UNCLASSIFIED Knowledge Based Question 1 Inte ragency rn Range of eratjons Multinational finned Forces Re sews E Special : Joint Force int Force ntroduction ofession of intness and ce int Force t ission cl s Intent ‘ adin a .Ilil'ul Task Psychological areness for Feedback '. Key 1clusion A state of well—being in which one is aware of personal abilities and limits, copes well with life stresses, works productiyely and etiectiyely: and contributes positiyely to his or her communities is known as . It describes a healthy body, mind, and spirit which can be seen in a person’s ability to deal with typical stressers. Click Next to continue. physical fitness psychological health post—traumatic stress disorder personal EIWEHEI'IESS '...-CI| :"C-Cl .i-‘t state of well-being in which one is aware of personal abilities and limits. copes well with life stresses, works productiyely and efiectiyely, and contributes positively t his or her communities is known as psychological healt describes a healthy body: mind: and spirit which can be seen in a person's ability to deal with typical stressers. - -'. .IHilfla-[Edu-fiml'ISEIIHE] ICollse- [an is] Next Lesson . " . Suspend 13'" -. Help If" -. Exit Course in“ -. Hide TOE fl" -. h UNCLASSIFIED Knowledge Based Question 2 Range Bf Exposure to stressful situations, trauma: and combat will erah'i'n'fi cause a response and resulting change. These responses Multinational and changes Will all be negative. (,3 True Inte regency.r rn Armed Forces : Joint Force int Force ntrocluetion ofession of intness and ce int Force t issien cl 5 Intent ‘aclin a JIiM Task Psychological areness for Feedback To check your answer select the Submit button. '. Key 1c|usion - -'. .IHilfla-[Edu-fiml'ISEIIHE] ICollse- [an is] Next Lesson . " . Suspend 13'" -. Help If" -. Exit Course {3“ -. Hide TOE fl" -. h UNCLASSIFIED Knowledge Based Question 2 RENEE 5‘" Exposure to stressful situations, trauma. and combat will ETBHE'H'E- cause a response and resulting change. These responses Multinational and changes will all be negative. (,3 True Inte regency.r rn finned Forces :Joint Force Cor-re; t' . Exposure to stressful situations, trauma, and combat w Int Force . ntmucfiun cause a response and resulting change. The statement that these responses and changes will all be negative is false. Some individuals develop new skills. displayr inmfl and previously hidden strengths, engage in increased altrui: CE behaviors. and show growth in character. ofession of int Force t issien d s Intent ‘adin a JIiM Task Psychological areness for Feedback Click Next to continue. '. Kev 1c|usion - -'. .IHilfla-[Edu-fimfiEIIHE] ICollse- [an is] Next Lesson . " . Suspend 13'" -. Help If" -. Exit Course in“ -. Hide TOE fl" -. h UNCLASSIFIED Knowledge Based Question 3 Range Bf Symptoms of include depression: substance abuse. ETB‘JWS problems of memory and cognition, and ether physical and Inte regency rn Multinational mental health problems. It is also associated 1.yith difficulties . , , in social or family life, including occupational instability: @ post-traumatic ““335 disorder marital problems: family discord, and difficulties in finned Forces . parenting. psychiatric disorder syndrome Re serve E Special psychological trauma dysfunction :Jolnt Force traumatic brain injury int Force ntroductien ofession of intness and ce int Force t issien d s Intent ‘adin a JIlM Task Psychological areness for Feedback To check your answer select the Submit button. '. Key 1c|usion -_--'. .IHilfla-y Edu-tinn {SEWIIE} ICollse- [4-D is] Next Lesson . " Suspend fit" -. Help 0'" -. El” Course t3" " Hide TOE 9'" -. h UNCLASSIFIED Knowledge Based Question 3 Inte ragency rn Range of eratjons Multinational finned Forces Re serve E Special : Joint Force int Force ntroduetion ofessicn of intness and ce int Force t ission d s Intent ‘ adin a JIlM Task Psychological areness for Feed ba cl: '. Key 1c|usion Symptoms of marital problems, family discord, and difficulties in parenting. Click Next to continue. include depression, substance abuse. problems of memory and cognition, and other physical and mental health problems. It is also associated 1.yith difficulties in social or family life, including occupational instability, post-traumatic stress disorder psychiatric disorder syndrome psychological trauma dysfunction traumatic brain injury '...-CI| :"C-Cl Symptoms of Post—Traumatic Stress Disorder include depression, substance abuse, problems of memory an: cognition, and other physical and mental health probler It is also associated 1.yith difficulties in social or family If including occupational instability, marital problems, fam discord. and difficulties in parenting. -_--'. .IHilfla-y Edu-tinn {SEWIIE} ICollse- [an is] Next Lesson . " . Suspend 13'" -. Help If" -. Exit Course in“ -. Hide TOE fl" -. h UNCLASSIFIED Knowledge Based Question 4 Range Bf Typical signs of include headaches, memory gaps. Effihfln'fi confusion, attention problems, irritability. ringing in the ears, Multinational dizziness, nausea, fatigue. slowed reaction time, sleep . , , difiiculty, and performance difiiculties. @ post-traumatic ““335 disorder Inte regency rn finned Forces psychiatric disorder syndrome Re sews E Special psychological trauma dysfunction :Jolnt Force traumatic brain injury int Force ntroduction ofession of intness and ce int Force t issien cl 5 Intent ‘adin a .Iltl'lrl Task Psychological ereness for Feedback To check your answer select the Submit button. '. Key 1c|usion -_--'. .IHilfla-y Edu-tinn {SEWIIE} ICollse- [an is] Next Lesson ,, " . Suspend 13'" -. Help If" -. Exit Course in“ -. Hide TOE fl" -. h UNCLASSIFIED Knowledge Based Question 4 Range Bf Typical signs of include headaches, memory gaps. Effihfln'fi confusion, attention problems, irritability. ringing in the ears, Multinational dizziness, nausea, fatigue. slowed reaction time, sleep . , , difiiculty, and performance difiiculties. @ post-traumatic ““335 disorder Inte regency rn finned Forces psychiatric disorder syndrome Re sews E Special psychological trauma dysfunction :Jolnt Force traumatic brain injury int Force ntroduction ofession of intness and CE C-JII :"C‘Cii int For“ Typical signs of traumatic brain injury include headache t memory gaps, confusion, attention problems, irritability, Minn ringing in the ears, dizziness, nausea, fatigue, slowed :1 reaction time, sleep difficulty, and performance difficultiu s Intent ‘adin a .Iltl'lrl Task Psychological ereness for Feedback Click Next to continue. '. Key 1c|usion -_--'. .IHilfla-y Edu-tinn {SEWIIE} ICollse- [an is] Next Lesson . " . Suspend 13'" -. Help If" -. Exit Course in“ -. Hide TOE at" -. h UNCLASSIFIED Knowledge Based Question 5 Range Bf Heceiying realistictraining, understanding the types of erah'i'n'fi situations encountered in war: eating well: getting enough Multinational rest, and haying meaningful relationships and friendships are all helpful in building to the challenges and strains of military sewice. Inte regency rn finned Forces Re serye E Special resilience :J ' te: . . 0m we unity ofeifort int Force ntroduction ofession of infness and ce int Force t issien ci e Intent ‘adin a JIiM Task Psychological areness for Feedback To check your answer select the Submit button. '. Key 1c|usion -_--'. .IHilfla-y Edu-tinn {SEWIIE} ICollse- [an is] Next Lesson . " . Suspend 13'" -. Help If" -. Exit Course {3“ -. Hide TOE all h UNCLASSIFIED Knowledge Based Question 5 Range Bf Receiving realistictraining, understanding the tvpes of erah'i'n'fi situations encountered in war. eating well. getting enough Multinational rest, and having meaningful relationships and friendships are all helpful in building to the challenges and strains of military,r service. Inte regency.r rn finned Forces Reserve E Special resilience :J ' ta: . . 0m we unltv ofeiforf int Force ntrocluction ofession of infness and CE Col re; t= int For“ Receiving realistic training, understanding the types of t situations encountered in vvar, eating vvelll getting enou mm" rest. and having meaningful relationships and friendshi| d are all helpful in building resilience to the challenges ar e Intent strains of militarv service. ‘aclin a .Iltl'ltl Task Psychological areness for Feedback Click Next to continue. '. Kev 1c|usion - -'. .IHilfla-[Edu-fimq'ISEIIHE] ICollse- [an is] Next Lesson . " . Suspend 13'" -. Help If" -. Exit Course in“ -. Hide TOE fl" -. h UNCLASSIFIED Knowledge Based Question 6 Range Pf is an integrative and holistic framework to better ETBPPP'E- understand: assess, and maintain the fitness of the joint - -- foree. tufultlnatlunal Wounded Warrior Program finned Forces Inte regency.r rn Total Foree Fitness [TFFJ Program Re serve E Special Physical Fitness Testing {PFTj Program :1 ' th . . 0'“ ma Performance Evaluation Program int Force ntroduetion ofession of intness and ee int Force t ission ci e Intent ‘adin a JIfM Task Psychological areness for Feedback To check your answer select the Submit button. '. Key 1c|usion - -'. .IHilfla-[Edu-fimq'ISEIIHE] ICollse- [an is] Next Lesson . " . Suspend 13'" -. Help If" -. Exit Course in“ -. Hide TOE fl" -. h UNCLASSIFIED Knowledge Based Question 6 Range Pf is an integrative and holistic framework to better ETBPPP'E- understand: assess, and maintain the fitness of the joint - -- force. tufultlnatlunal Wounded Warrior Program finned Forces Inte regency.r rn Total Force Fitness [TFFJ Program Re sews E Special Physical Fitness Testing {PFTj Program :1 ' th . . 0'“ ma Performance Evaluation Program int Force ntroduetion ofession of intness and C-JII :"C‘C [: CE int For“ Total Force Fitness [TFFj Program is an integrative anc t holistic framework to better understand, assess, and Min" maintain the fitness of the joint force. ci e Intent ‘adin a JIfM Task Psychological areness for Feedback Click Next to continue. '. Key 1c|usion ...
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