Q_Ch_4_w_answers - Chapter 4 Spirituality: Finding Meaning...

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Chapter 4 – Spirituality: Finding Meaning in Life and Death Multiple Choice Questions 1. Which of the following statements about spirituality is FALSE? A. Spirituality is defined as a connection to self, others, and community. B. Spirituality requires participation in organized religion. C. Spirituality involves a personal value system. D. Spirituality provides a sense of purpose and meaning. Answer: B Page(s): 73 Objective(s): 1 2. Studies have shown that which of the following factors have the greatest impact on happiness? A. economic status B. intellectual capability C. connection to others D. physical surroundings Answer: C Page(s): 74, 75 Objective(s): 1 3. Kim is a nurse, dedicated to her job. On weekends, Kim volunteers at a health clinic to care for the homeless. Which component of happiness is NOT represented in this description of Kim? A. positive emotion and pleasure B. engagement C. meaning D. spirituality Answer: A Page(s): 74, 75 Objective: 1 4. Research has found that people can increase their level of happiness by practicing “happiness exercises.” Which of the following is NOT one of the “happiness exercises”? A. positive rehearsals B. three good things in life C. gratitude visit
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D. using signature strengths in a new way Answer: A Page(s): 75 Objective(s): 1 5. _________________ is a way to slow your racing thoughts and quiet your mind by focusing on a word, an object, or a process. A. Positive rehearsal B. Meditation C. Visualization D. Reframing Answer: B Page(s): 75 Objective(s): 2 6. Practicing mindfulness helps an individual learn to A. judge his or her actions. B. react quickly. C. spend time thinking about a past event. D. be in touch with life as it happens. Answer: D Page(s): 76 Objective(s): 2 7. Journaling as a method to build spirituality serves which primary purpose? A. communicating your emotions to others B. understanding yourself more clearly C. experiencing life as it happens D. capturing an experience as you want to remember it Answer: B Page(s): 76-77 Objective(s): 2 8. Meditation and prayer, in combination with traditional medical treatments, are reported to decrease A. diabetes. B. cancerous growth. C. multiple sclerosis.
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D. chronic pain. Answer: D Page(s): 79 Objective(s): 3 9. In comparison with the general public, religious people A. have poor dietary habits. B. are reluctant to alter their health habits. C. are not proactive in seeking medical treatment. D. are likely to receive support from others. Answer: D Page(s): 80 Objective(s): 3 10. Research has found that religious involvement and spirituality are often associated with A. higher blood pressure. B. depression. C. enhanced immune functioning. D. transplantiosis.
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This note was uploaded on 03/18/2012 for the course BI, HEALTH 251 taught by Professor N/a during the Spring '12 term at MD University College.

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Q_Ch_4_w_answers - Chapter 4 Spirituality: Finding Meaning...

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