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Exam4 1. Modern medicine provides minimal reassurance to patients. 2. Alternative medicine movements produce beliefs that are embedded in emotionally supportive relationships that provide meaning for illness. 3. By producing a socially valued product , alternative medicine movements differ from cults. 4. It is reassurance and caring that seems most potent in spiritual healing groups. 5. Supportive relations do not prevent illness . 6. Healthy behavior will be enhanced when instructions are delivered where skill competencies are specified . 7. People are most likely to accept unusual explanations for events when all but which of the following is/are present: 1) Present meaning is historically consistent . 8. Alternative medicines emphasize the development of self-determination . 9. Coping styles in direct conflict with reality will be accepted when they are ontologically ambivalent . 10. Alternative healing groups do not deny patients socio-emotional support. 11. Modern medicine places patients in a
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This note was uploaded on 04/16/2009 for the course ISS 210 taught by Professor Zimmerman during the Spring '08 term at Michigan State University.

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