Quiz 4 Study Guide.docx - Quiz 4 Cumulative Weeks 3 4 10 points 5 Multiple Choice Items(each 1 point 4 True/False(three 1 point one 2 points Week 3 1

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Quiz 4: Cumulative: Weeks 3 & 4 - 10 points 5 Multiple Choice Items (each 1 point); 4 True/False (three: 1 point; one: 2 points) Week 3: 1. When planning a teaching session for a patient, you first do an assessment. Part of your assessment includes exploring with the patient his/her “locus of control.” Explain what “locus of control” is and the difference between internal versus external control. Be able to give examples. Health locus of control : perception of one’s ability to have control or power over his health External control: If one believes that chance, luck, fate or powerful others have control, then he believes he has no power to make changes.. EX: A patient’s mother had breast cancer and the daughter blames the mom for increasing the risk of it for her in the future. Internal control: If one believes that he does have influence over his own health. EX: I eat healthy meals, exercise, and get adequate sleep, therefore, I am not ill compared to others at my age. EX: If only I ate healthy and exercised I wouldn't be in this chronic condition. 2. Define and be able to give examples of the three learning domains: cognitive, psychomotor, and affective domains. Three learning domains: a. .Cognitive—storing and recalling of new knowledge in the brain EX: A patient describes how to portion food to maintain within a prescribed calorie range Bloom’s taxonomy:
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