Dying & Bereavement in Personal Health Chapter Exam

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Question 1 1. Brain death and cortical death both have

Question 2 2. If an individual's life expectancy is only around 50, does this mean that their lifespan will end up to be around the same number?

Question 3 3. A person experiencing a renewed interest in hobbies, friends, and work in response to a loved one dying is exhibiting the _____ response to death.

Question 4 4. Pete is a health care proxy for his grandmother. In what way does Pete help his grandmother by being her health care proxy?

Question 5 5. Tammy recently got married to a man who is many years younger than her. She is concerned about being around for her husband and his children as they grow older. What can Tammy do to increase the likelihood that she has a longer lifespan?

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Question 6 6. Glenn had kidney failure but was lucky enough to receive a new kidney from a deceased person. What did Glenn benefit from?

Question 7 7. How did Kubler-Ross revolutionize care for dying people?

Question 8 8. _____ is an emotional response to a loss, while _____ is a culturally-prescribed way of displaying a reaction to death.

Question 9 9. How is a living will different from a health care proxy?

Question 10 10. Abioye is a healthy boy who was born in central Africa last year. In 2015, the average life expectancy for a male born in this region was 51 years of age. Does this mean that Abioye will only live until age 51?

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Question 11 11. What is the difference between active and passive euthanasia?

Question 12 12. Genocide and evictions from countries may lead to

Question 13 13. The inward expression of loss is:

Question 14 14. The society a person comes from is his or her:

Question 15 15. Due to cultural differences, it is important to realize that:

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Question 16 16. is the concept that explains death is inevitable and happens to everything living.

Question 17 17. Psychic death is linked to

Question 18 18. While no one can know for sure what a person's _____ is like, one can guess based on the person's _____.

Question 19 19. Cortical death is described as

Question 20 20. Which of the following factors does not influence a person's lifespan?

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Question 21 21. According to Kubler-Ross, what is the order of emotional responses one goes through when faced with the knowledge of death?

Question 22 22. The goal of the _____ movement is to promote the ability for terminally ill patients to meet death on their own terms.

Question 23 23. Which of the following is a major criticism of Kubler-Ross's theory?

Question 24 24. The outward expression of loss is:

Question 25 25. According to Kubler-Ross, how does the denial phase differ from the acceptance stage?

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Question 26 26. Why do individuals who are terminally ill choose a form of assisted suicide?

Question 27 27. The foundation of medical death is

Question 28 28. Leon began experiencing anger, guilt and restlessness several days after his cousin's death. His reaction is BEST described as _____.

Question 29 29. Why do lawyers advise people to create living wills?

Question 30 30. Which of the following concepts do five to seven-year-old children lack in their understanding of death?

Dying & Bereavement in Personal Health Chapter Exam Instructions

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