Question 1 0 out of 1 points The relationship between level of educational

Question 1 0 out of 1 points the relationship between

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Question 10 out of 1 pointsThe relationship between level of educational attainment (e.g. years of education) and risk of disease and death is best explained by which of the following statements: Selected Answers:a.More years of education provides opportunities for higher wage jobs with health supportive benefits.b.More years of education can help develop increased perseverance, confidence, and problem solving skills that contribute to enhanced sense of personal control.c.More years of education enhances health literacy which contributes to an increased likelihood of changing or adopting new health behaviors.Answers:a.More years of education provides opportunities for higher wage jobs with health supportive benefits.b.More years of education can help develop increased perseverance, confidence, and problem solving skills that contribute to enhanced sense of personal control.c.More years of education enhances health literacy which contributes to an increased likelihood of changing or adopting new health behaviors.d.More years of education are likely to contribute to more high demandwork that increases levels of stress and decreases quality of life, thereby increases disease risk.e.More years of education gives people increased social status in the US.Response Feedback:More years of education are likely to contribute to jobs with more control and higher wages, and to enhanced social support and the kinds of psycho-social abilities that increase sense of personal control. Additionally, more years of education appear to be associated with lowered cortisol production and lower risk of hypertension. Question 2 1 out of 1 points Inequality is defined as:
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Answers: Egalitarian organization aimed at promoting rights. Differences in opportunity or life chances. The dynamic relationship between society and naturalistic studies. All of these. Resource distribution criteria. Question 3 0 out of 1 points A higher rate of mortality in a population than would be expected over a set time period based on average life expectancy is called: Selected Answer: exponential death Answers: abnormal death exponential death none of these. unusual death excess death Question 4 1 out of 1 points It is fairly easy and quite common in the United States for somone born into poverty to work their way out of it. Selected Answer: Fals e Answers: True Fals e Question 5 1 out of 1 points What was the importance of the Whitehall study conducted in Britain? Selected Answer: The middle level workers had less mortality risk than the lower grade workers but a higher mortality risk than the top grade workers. Answers: The top grade workers had the highest risk of heart attacks since they had the most stress.
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