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Review Test Submission: Review Questions - Chapter 05   User Jiaping Chen Course NU 4710 and NU 4711 (Spring 17) Test Review Questions - Chapter 05 Started 4/1/17 10:23 PM Submitted 4/1/17 10:23 PM Status Completed Attempt Score 10 out of 13 points Time Elapsed 41 minutes Self Test Student answers and score are not visible to the instructor. Results Displayed All Answers, Submitted Answers, Correct Answers, Feedback Question 1 1 out of 1 points The relationship between pain and anxiety is: Selected Answer: cyclical, with each exacerbating the other. Answers: cyclical, with each exacerbating the other. easily controlled with pain medication. mutually exclusive; only one can be experienced at a time. treated with sedative medications. Response Feedback: Pain and anxiety are often interrelated and may be difficult to differentiate. The relationship between the two is cyclical, with each exacerbating the other. Question 2 1 out of 1 points Nociceptors differ from other nerve receptors in the body in that they: Selected Answer: adapt very little to the pain response. Answers: adapt readily to the pain response to allow the body to adjust. adapt very little to the pain response. release histamine to help increase oxygenation. secrete serotonin to help ease pain and
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inflammation. Response Feedback: Nociceptors differ from other nerve receptors in the body in that they adapt very little to the pain response. Question 3 0 out of 1 points Anxiety differs from pain in that: Selected Answer: anxiety can occur without increasing pain. Answers: anxiety can cause an increase in pain level, whereas pain has no effect on anxiety. anxiety can occur without increasing pain. anxiety is not associated with tissue injury. pain can occur without increasing anxiety. Response Feedback: No actual tissue injury is thought to occur with anxiety. Pain and anxiety are interrelated and often exacerbate the other.
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