The Soloist Discussion Worksheet
1. Initially when they first meet it seemed Steve thought as Nathaniel as another
homeless person on the street.
When Steve first met Nathaniel he didnt really think much of it, at the moment h
All characters in their own way share an external locus of control. Specially John
Bender that has nothing going for him. Its very hard for him because he lives in a
very hostile enviro
Stress Portrait of a Killer or our Friend?
1. Changes in the brain and spinal cord affect how the immune system
responds. Emotions also trigger the release of hormones into the system,
including adrenaline known as epinephrine. The brain is t
Schizophrenics do not end up homeless overnight. Since paranoia is often a
part of the illness, they may eventually distrust those who really have their
best interests at heart. They may take it upon themselves to stop treatment.
As a re
Alzheimers disease is an irreversible, progressive brain disorder that slowly
Chapter 5-9 review
General review questions
What are some controversial topics in a school health curriculum? (p 178)
- sexual intercourse, suicide, substance use and abuse, STD, dating
violence, contraception, death and dying, and abstinence
What are t
First, I want to say that this was the best class project I have ever done since Ive been in college.
Usually group projects are such a hassle, but this one was smooth. In this project, I wrote the chea
14. they will begin an investigation. You can contact Title IX Coordinator about the procedure for an
investigation. The SANE program is not provided on campus but is provided at the local hospitals.
16. this is the level that Texas uses to determine whet
As opposed to rehabilitation, remediation of a loss of physical function means to
A. accept the loss of one function but strengthen those that remain.
B. correct the problem through alternative means.
C. maintain what function remains.
The general term for a disease-causing agent is
The general term for the environment in which an infectious agent grows and thrives is its
C. natural state.
When did you become genetically male or female?
A. at the moment of conception
B. during the embryonic stage
C. during the second trimester of development
D. during the third trimester of development
For many young boys, fully mature s
The 1999 Master Tobacco Settlement Agreement between the states and the tobacco industry included
payment of $246 billion over 25 years to the states for
A. reimbursement of smoking related Medicaid costs.
B. lung cancer and nicotine-free
Which of the following is TRUE regarding stress?
A. It refers to physiological and emotional responses to an insignificant change in one's life.
B. Patients suffering from it have varied and unexpected symptoms.
C. It is almost always a r
The highest intentional injury rate, for both genders, occurs in which age group?
A. 10-14 year olds
B. 15-19 year olds
C. 20-24 year olds
D. 25-30 year olds
Homicide, robbery, rape, and assault are all
A. capital crimes.
B. non-drug r
The use of inflatable catheters to open blocked fallopian tubes is called
A. gamete intrafallopian transfer.
B. zygote intrafallopian transfer.
C. intracystoplasmic sperm injection.
D. transcervical balloon tuboplasty.
Which of the following methods is NOT considered contraception?
D. birth control pills
Which of the following best describes the use effectiveness of a contraceptive?
A. the projected success rate w
Pharmacists are required to give you a _ with each prescription medication you buy.
A. childproof safety cap
B. disclaimer or liability
C. patient information sheet
D. substance abuse hotline number
Which of the following is MOST likel
The condition called Syndrome X is a combination of type 2 diabetes, atherosclerosis, _,
B. sleep apnea
D. angina pectoris
People are considered obese when their body weight exceeds the reco
Approximately how many people in the United States developed cancer in 2010?
A. about 150,000
B. about 250,000
C. under 3,500,000
D. over 4,500,000
At its most basic, cancer is a(n)
A. suppression of normal function in an organ.
In general, which of the following most clearly distinguishes a chronic disease from an acute disease?
B. survival rate
C. speed of development
D. part of the body affected
Klinefelter's syndrome occurs when
A. an extra sex
Protein, fats, and carbohydrates differ from the other basic nutrients in that they alone provide the body
C. amino acids.
D. structural elements.
Lactose and maltose are examples of
The proportion of Americans who die in health care institutions is about _ percent.
How have advances in medical technology affected our definition of death? They have
A. revealed that there is no such thing as
Programs that target people who have not yet tried drugs are called _ prevention
The main difference between primary, secondary, and tertiary drug abuse prevention programs i
Your personal environment includes all of the following elements EXCEPT
A. drinking water.
B. indoor air.
C. building materials at your school.
D. solar radiation.
You have the greatest control over factors in your _ environment.
Masters and Johnson used the following terms to describe the stages of the typical sexual response pattern
in humans as
A. arousal, orgasm, decline.
B. excitement, plateau, orgasm, resolution.
C. responsiveness, climax, orgasm, nonrespons
Which of the following will occur when you establish a program of regular aerobic exercise?
A. You will lengthen your life.
B. Your sense of well-being will improve.
C. Your body will become more attractive.
D. Your heart and lungs will b
Which of the following is the BEST indication of an emotionally healthy person?
A. a tendency to respond to every situation, good or bad, with humor
B. an ability to remain calm and in control of one's emotions in every situation
C. a ten