Health: Psychology and Page

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HPED 200 UNIT 1 STUDY GUIDE EXAM Taking Charge of Your Health Stress: The Constant Challenge Psychological Health
Multiple Choice

1. The health determinant over which we have least control is A. diet. B. exercise. C. tobacco use. D. genetic makeup. Page(s): 1

2. The six dimensions of wellness A. affect health independently of each other. B. are interrelated. C. seldom influence one another. D. demonstrate the separateness of mind and body. Page(s): 1-2

3. Which one of the following qualities contributes positively to one’s physical wellness? A. eating a balanced diet B. maintaining an optimistic attitude C. being open to new ideas D.
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A. They have a higher incidence of tuberculosis than males in other population groups. B. They have higher rates of hypertension and obesity. C. They have higher rates of infant mortality. D. They have higher suicide rates. Page(s): 7

17. Men have higher rates of death than women from all of the following, EXCEPT A. suicide. B. unintentional injuries. C. stroke. D. homicide. Page(s): 8

18. Income and education are closely linked with health status. The __________ the poverty rate and the __________ the education level, the better the health. A. lower; higher B. lower; lower C. higher; higher D. higher; lower Page(s): 10

19. Homosexual teens are at greater risk for A. cancer. B. obesity. C. asthma. D. suicide. Page(s): 11

20. The single most important factor in determining an individual’s level of wellness is A. genetics. B. environment. C. behavior. D. age. Page(s): 11, 14

21. The top health issue affecting students’ academic performance today is A. depression. B. alcohol abuse. C. stress. D. relationship problems. Page(s): 12

22. The behavior one identifies for change is called A. bad news. B. enabling behavior. C. target behavior. D. predisposed behavior. Page(s): 15

23. The weakest plan for changing health

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