Midterm Review Winter2011

Midterm Review Winter2011 - Review for Healthy Living...

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Review for Healthy Living Midterm Exam – Week 5 – Winter Quarter 2011 Total Points Possible = 100 There will be 100 questions on the exam made up of multiple choice, case study, matching, true/false responses. You will need one scan-tron form (the green one) . This form has 50 questions on each side (5 bubbles per item). Be sure to bring a sharpened pencil with an eraser. The exam will have questions from the lectures, lecture notes, guest speaker, textbook readings and videos. Videos included, “Holly’s Flu” and “Depression: Out of the Shadows”. Please review the information on the worksheets that were provided while you were watching the videos. Be sure you refer to your lecture notes for the suggestions that were provided to help you focus on the certain sections of the Chapters to read carefully. Textbook chapters covered on the exam are listed in the syllabus that can be accessed on Course Compass. INTRO TO HEALTH SECTION – Lectures and Chapter 1 Definition of Health and Wellness Health is a state of complete physical, mental, and social well being and not merely the absence of disease and infirmity; sound of mind, body and spirit; process of discovering, using, and protecting all resources within our bodies, minds, spirits, families, communities, and environments Dimensions of Wellness Physical-- (Body functioning) (Body functioning) Intellectual-- (Ability to learn, think, reason) (Ability to learn, think, reason) Social-- (Satisfying Relationships) (Satisfying Relationships) Emotional-- (Self (Self--Esteem, Balance) Esteem, Balance) Environmental-- (Influence and Control) (Influence and Control) Spiritual-- (Sense of purpose, meaningful (Sense of purpose, meaningful existence) Occupational-- (Productive, satisfying work) (Productive, satisfy Know factors that influence health status. Genetics, Environment/Conditions, Health Care, Community Resources, Economic/Educational/Social status, Ethnicity/Race/Gender, Interpersonal/Social/Work influences, Lifestyle Behaviors Know behaviors that influence health status Be able to describe issues related to health status in the U.S. past and present. For example, leading causes of death and behaviors associated with those causes Pages 13-14, Health Belief Model-model for explaining how beliefs may influence health behaviors Perceived seriousness of the health problem-the more serious the more action Perceived susceptibility to the health problem-higher risk are more likely to take preventive action Cues to action-reminded or alerted about the health problem will be more likely to take action Be able to identify a behavior change technique: shaping, visualization, modeling, reinforcement, changing self talk.
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This note was uploaded on 01/06/2012 for the course KINE 250 taught by Professor Jankovitz during the Winter '05 term at Cal Poly.

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