HSS1101AMIDTERMANS - SECTION A: MULTIPLE CHOICE (40 MARKS)...

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SECTION A: MULTIPLE CHOICE (40 MARKS) For the following multiple choice questions select the best answer. Mark your answers on the question sheet first and then fill out your answers on the bubble sheet and include your name and student number on both. Use pencil only. Each question is worth one (1) mark. Answers are highlighted 1. Interpersonal relationships and interactions with others are aspects of: a. Emotional health b. Spiritual health c. Physical health d. Social health 2. Quality of life can be described as: a. Perception of being happy or otherwise, and able to function physically, or emotionally and socially. b. The feeling of being satisfied with life or gratification in living. c. Happiness, meaning in life, and self-realization. d. All of the above 3. When you have a subjective sensation of experiencing a diseased state, you are experiencing: a. Disease b. Morbidity c. Illness d. B and C 4. Any loss or abnormality of psychological, physiological or anatomical structure or function is a description of: a. Death b. Disability c. Impairment d. Handicap 5. Any restriction or lack of ability to perform an activity in the manner or within the range considered normal for a human being is a description of: a. Disability b. Impairment c. Handicap d. All of the above 6. Population Health can be described as: a. An organized activity of society to promote, protect, improve, and restore health b. A conceptual framework for thinking about why some populations are healthier than others c. The health of populations as measured by health status indicators d. B and C
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Student Name (print): ___________________________ Student Number: _____________________ 1 7. Amount of exercise, diet, and illicit drug use are examples of: a. Aspects of the physical environment b. Lifestyle factors c. Health promotion d. Quality of life 8. In the relationship between income, tobacco smoking and risk of respiratory disease – income is considered a: a. Proximal determinant b. Distal determinant c. Intermediate outcome d. B and C 9. Which of the following is considered a distal determinant of health? a. Economic environment b. Ecological environment c. Social environment d. All of the above 10. A person's social standing, taking into account their levels of income and education is their: a. Standard of living b. Prosperity c. Social class d. Socio-economic status 11. Which of the following affects the "walkability" of a neighbourhood? a. Access to health care resources b. Household income c. The presence of sidewalks d. The number of food choices 12. Roads and pathways are examples of: a. The natural environment b. Physical determinants c. The built environment d. B and C 13. An example of how the built environment can influence population levels of physical activity is through: a. The topography of the land b. Walkability of the neighbourhood c. The growth of trees d. Average income levels of residents
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Student Name (print): ___________________________ Student Number: _____________________
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This note was uploaded on 12/21/2010 for the course HSS HSS1101 taught by Professor Thydinh during the Fall '10 term at University of Ottawa.

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HSS1101AMIDTERMANS - SECTION A: MULTIPLE CHOICE (40 MARKS)...

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