HCAP 3800 Chapter 21
Section 1: Multiple Choice Circle the correct answer.
1. Which of the following is not one of the criteria air pollutants?
A. Particulate matter
2. All of the following technologies has contributed to
Name _Autumn Johnson_
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Principles of Medical Ethics
Medical Staff Organization
1. The medical staff is organized with officers, committees and bylaws. There
are ten(10) medical staff committees. List and brie
Chapter 1 Study Guide
1. Public health measures that contribute most to people being healthier today than they
were a century ago are:
A. Sanitation, better nutrition, and occupational safety
B. Better medical care
Study Guide Chapter 5
Study Guide: Chapter 5
1. When epidemiologists are called on to investigate an outbreak of an infectious disease, what is
the first thing they must do?
A. Count the number of cases
B. Ask the patient
HCAP 3800 Chapter 6 Study Guide
Study Guide: Chapter 6
1. It is hard to conduct studies with human participants because:
A. It is hard to control human behavior
B. People may not have the motivation to adhere to the study protocols
HCAP 3800 Study Guide Chapter 7
Study Guide: Chapter 7
1. If you want to compare death rates in two cities with populations that are different from one
another with respect to age, you should compare:
A. Crude death rates
Study Guide Chapter 4
Study Guide Chapter 4
1. Which of the following is not true of epidemiology?
A. It is a component of the assessment function of public health.
B. It studies disease occurrence in humans.
C. It is pri
HCAP 3800 Introduction of Public Health
Chapter 19 HCAP 3800
Select the correct answer for each question.
1. Which point in the lifespan experiences the highest rates of suicide?
D. Older adults
Study Guide Chapters 17
1. Which of the following statements about injuries is false?
A. Firearms are the leading cause of injury death in the U.S.
B. Most injuries are not fatal
C. Most fatal injuries are preventable
Scales of Measurement
1. A researcher examines whether scores on a final exam are influenced by whether
background music is soft, loud, or absent.
a. What is the independent variable?
b. Is the independent variable manipulated or not manipulated?
c. How m
A researcher conducts a study to determine whether smiling affects students interest in the
course material. In her 8am Physiological Psychology course, she never smiles while teaching.
In her 9am Physiological Psychology course, she