The existence of two or more diseases or conditions in the same individual at the same time i

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July 15, 2019
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July 15, 2019

The existence of two or more diseases or conditions in the same individual at the same time i

Which theory includes the contemplation stage? (Points : 3)

[removed] Theory of Planned Behavior
[removed] Transtheoretical Model
[removed] Social Cognitive Theory

 

Question 2.2. Process, impact, and outcome are three types of: (Points : 3)

[removed] Evaluation
[removed] Research
[removed] theory

 

Question 3.3. Whose definition of “theory” is still widely used today? (Points : 3)

[removed] Karl Popper
[removed] Sigmund Freud
[removed] B. F. Skinner

 

Question 4.4. Sigmund Freud is considered to be a pioneer in Social Cognitive Theory. (Points : 3)

[removed] True
[removed] False

 

Question 5.5. Learning through the actions/behavior of others is known as vicarious learning. (Points : 3)

[removed] True
[removed] False

 

Question 6.6. In the Shannon-Weaver communications model, the message receiver must translate the message. (Points : 3)

[removed] True
[removed] False

 

Question 7.7. A person’s belief in his/her ability to take action is: (Points : 3)

[removed] Cues to action
[removed] Perceived beliefs
[removed] Self-efficacy

 

Question 8.8. This theory states that health behavior is motivated by, among other factors, perceived severity. (Points : 3)

[removed] Health Belief Model
[removed] Social Cognitive Theory
[removed] Theory of Planned Action

 

Question 9.9. Another name for the Transtheoretical Model is: (Points : 3)

[removed] Vicarious learning
[removed] Stages of Change
[removed] Social Network theory

 

Question 10.10. The process by which behavior or technology makes its way into a population and is (or is not) adopted is (Points : 3)

[removed] Social Network Theory
[removed] Diffusion of Innovation Theory
[removed] Vicarious learning

 

Question 11.11. The theory regarding how people learn that posits individual behavior as a response to conditioning is the (Points : 3)

[removed] Social Cognitive Theory
[removed] Health Behavior Model
[removed] Stages of Change Model

 

Question 12.12. Who is regarded as the Father of Operational Conditioning? (Points : 3)

[removed] Karl Popper
[removed] Jean Piaget
[removed] B. F. Skinner

 

Question 13.13. The Social Network Theory is a specific area of theory (Points : 3)

[removed] True
[removed] False

 

Question 14.14. The 4 P’s of Social Marketing are product, price, place, and (Points : 3)

[removed] Plausibility
[removed] Promotion
[removed] population

 

Question 15.15. Individual, school, peer, and family are examples of risk factors. (Points : 3)

[removed] True
[removed] False

 

Question 16.16. 3 types of intervention, according to the Institutes of Medicine, are (1) indicated, (2) selected, and (3): (Points : 3)

[removed] universal
[removed] absolute
[removed] mass transgressional

 

Question 17.17. This type of research can consist of interviews, focus groups, and/or surveys (Points : 3)

[removed] Logically-based research
[removed] Target research
[removed] Formative research

 

Question 18.18. The strategic use of mass media to apply pressure to advance healthy _____ ______ is media advocacy. (Points : 3)

[removed] Public policy
[removed] Theoretical practice
[removed] Generational behavior

 

Question 19.19. Three reasons for evaluation are: (1) accountability (2) learning and improvement and (3): (Points : 3)

[removed] Theory
[removed] Research
[removed] practice

 

Question 20.20. The information you collect in an evaluation will help you identify channels of communication. (Points : 3)

[removed] True
[removed] False

 

Question 21.21. A letter to the editor is an example of an activity that can be used in media advocacy. (Points : 3)

[removed] True
[removed] False

 

Question 22.22. Three purposes of media advocacy are (1) influence public opinion (2) influence policy makers and (3): (Points : 3)

[removed] Influence past research
[removed] Influence policy
[removed] Change empirical data

 

Question 23.23. Youth violence is an example of a public health concern. (Points : 3)

[removed] True
[removed] False

 

Question 24.24. An example of a behavioral/environmental risk is: (Points : 3)

[removed] Regular exercise
[removed] Limited access to health care in rural areas
[removed] Having a nurse on staff in a metal manufacturing company

 

Question 25.25. Most planning models include assessment, implementation, and (Points : 3)

[removed] Social cognitive theory
[removed] Evaluation
[removed] research

 

Question 26.26. A question asked by this theory is: What short-term or immediate effect did the intervention achieve? (Points : 3)

[removed] Process evaluation
[removed] Evidence evaluation
[removed] Impact evaluation

 

Question 27.27. A health assessment can lead to effective programming. (Points : 3)

[removed] True
[removed] False

 

Question 28.28. Unplanned occurrences that may affect an intervention is known as (Points : 3)

[removed] Relative change
[removed] Rigor
[removed] Confounds

 

Question 29.29. Diffusion of treatment is when you cannot prevent the static group from getting some of or all of the treatment. (Points : 3)

[removed] True
[removed] False

 

Question 30.30. Regression to the mean is a type of confound. (Points : 3)

[removed] True
[removed] False

 

Question 31.31. One reason a person might be at high risk is because he/she has adequate access to health care. (Points : 3)

[removed] True
[removed] False

 

Question 32.32. A planned process of disseminating message to influence behavior in a particular group or population is known as (Points : 3)

[removed] Media advocacy
[removed] A communications campaign
[removed] broadcasting

 

Question 33.33. One governmental level organization that carries out extensive activities beyond its borders is (Points : 3)

[removed] The Los Angeles County Department of Health
[removed] The World Health Organization
[removed] The National Institutes of Health

 

Question 34.34. Phase One of the PRECEDE-PROCEED approach is implementation. (Points : 3)

[removed] True
[removed] False

 

Question 35.35. The theory that explores the relationship between attitude and behavior is the (Points : 3)

[removed] Health Belief Model
[removed] Stages of Change
[removed] The Theory of Planned Behavior

 

Question 36.36. The sixth and final stage of the Transtheoretical Model is maintenance. (Points : 3)

[removed] True
[removed] False

 

Question 37.37. Morbidity is: (Points : 3)

[removed] The link to theory
[removed] The incidence and prevalence of disease
[removed] A parallel to comorbidity

 

Question 38.38. Mortality data is data on deaths due to natural causes. (Points : 3)

[removed] True
[removed] False (due to disease and other causes)

 

Question 39.39. Scheduling health promotion activities so that members of the target population can participate is an example of: (Points : 3)

[removed] Assimilation
[removed] Sustainability
[removed] Tailoring

 

Question 40.40. The Internet is a form of media. (Points : 3)

[removed] True
[removed] False

 

Question 41.41. The first stage of a communications campaign is planning and strategy development. (Points : 3)

[removed] True
[removed] False

 

Question 42.42. In the Shannon-Weaver communications model, the receiver may transmit feedback to the sender. (Points : 3)

[removed] True
[removed] False

 

Question 43.43. The author of your textbook for this course is: (Points : 3)

[removed] Mark Eldridge
[removed] Mark Edberg
[removed] Marcus Welby

 

Question 44.44. The Social Network Theory is appropriate for application when working with large populations. (Points : 3)

[removed] True
[removed] False

 

Question 45.45. Two theories in this course address “maintenance”. What are they? (Points : 3)

[removed] Diffusion of Innovation and Stages of Change
[removed] Stages of Change and Sociology
[removed] Diffusion of Innovation and Social Cognitive Theory

 

Question 46.46. The term “picking your battles” refers to (Points : 3)

[removed] Confounds
[removed] Prioritization
[removed] The “blame game”

 

Question 47.47. Clusters of people with common characteristics who are more likely to develop health problems is (Points : 3)

[removed] A high risk population
[removed] Senior citizens with heart disease
[removed] Stakeholders

 

Question 48.48. An independent variable is a characteristic of a person you are trying to change. (Points : 3)

[removed] True
[removed] False

 

Question 49.49. Quantitative data can be expressed in numerical form. (Points : 3)

[removed] True
[removed] False

 

Question 50.50. Qualitative data can be expressed in numerical form. (Points : 3)

[removed] True
[removed] False

 

Question 51.51. Selection bias is a type of: (Points : 3)

[removed] Confound
[removed] Assessment
[removed] Research

 

Question 52.52. Building and sustaining trust is important in working with high-risk populations. (Points : 3)

[removed] True
[removed] False

 

Question 53.53. In the Shannon-Weaver communications model, the receiver sends the message. (Points : 3)

[removed] True
[removed] False

 

Question 54.54. Self-efficacy can guide whether or not a person changes his/her health behavior for the positive. (Points : 3)

[removed] True
[removed] False

 

Question 55.55. Perpetuation is a stage in the Stages of Change Model. (Points : 3)

[removed] True
[removed] False

 

 

Question 56.56. A broad field focusing on an in-depth and comparative study of human behavior is known as (Points : 3)

[removed] Anthropology
[removed] Sociology
[removed] Philosophy

Question 57.57. The existence of two or more diseases or conditions in the same individual at the same time is known as (Points : 3)

[removed] Morbidity
[removed] Complicated features
[removed] Comorbidity

 

Question 58.58. A type of evaluation that considers real change of behavior in the people who were affected by the programming effort is an outcome evaluation. (Points : 3)

[removed] True
[removed] False

 

Question 59.59. The deliberate application of marketing to achieve specific behavioral goals (such as increased exercise) for an improvement within the community and sometimes beyond is known as: (Points : 3)

[removed] The Principle of acquired goals
[removed] Social Marketing
[removed] Time-sensitive marketing

 

Question 60.60. Cues to action is an external event that motivates a person to action. (Points : 3)

[removed] True
[removed] False

 

 

 

 

 

Question 8.8. This theory states that health behavior is motivated by, among other factors, perceived severity. (Points : 3)

[removed] Health Belief Model
[removed] Social Cognitive Theory
[removed] Theory of Planned Action

 

Question 9.9. Another name for the Transtheoretical Model is: (Points : 3)

[removed] Vicarious learning
[removed] Stages of Change
[removed] Social Network theory

 

Question 10.10. The process by which behavior or technology makes its way into a population and is (or is not) adopted is (Points : 3)

[removed] Social Network Theory
[removed] Diffusion of Innovation Theory
[removed] Vicarious learning

 

Question 11.11. The theory regarding how people learn that posits individual behavior as a response to conditioning is the (Points : 3)

[removed] Social Cognitive Theory
[removed] Health Behavior Model
[removed] Stages of Change Model

 

Question 12.12. Who is regarded as the Father of Operational Conditioning? (Points : 3)

[removed] Karl Popper
[removed] Jean Piaget
[removed] B. F. Skinner

 

Question 13.13. The Social Network Theory is a specific area of theory (Points : 3)

[removed] True
[removed] False

 

Question 14.14. The 4 P’s of Social Marketing are product, price, place, and (Points : 3)

[removed] Plausibility
[removed] Promotion
[removed] population

 

Question 15.15. Individual, school, peer, and family are examples of risk factors. (Points : 3)

[removed] True
[removed] False

 

Question 16.16. 3 types of intervention, according to the Institutes of Medicine, are (1) indicated, (2) selected, and (3): (Points : 3)

[removed] universal
[removed] absolute
[removed] mass transgressional

 

Question 17.17. This type of research can consist of interviews, focus groups, and/or surveys (Points : 3)

[removed] Logically-based research
[removed] Target research
[removed] Formative research

 

Question 18.18. The strategic use of mass media to apply pressure to advance healthy _____ ______ is media advocacy. (Points : 3)

[removed] Public policy
[removed] Theoretical practice
[removed] Generational behavior

 

Question 19.19. Three reasons for evaluation are: (1) accountability (2) learning and improvement and (3): (Points : 3)

[removed] Theory
[removed] Research
[removed] practice

 

Question 20.20. The information you collect in an evaluation will help you identify channels of communication. (Points : 3)

[removed] True
[removed] False

 

Question 21.21. A letter to the editor is an example of an activity that can be used in media advocacy. (Points : 3)

[removed] True
[removed] False

 

Question 22.22. Three purposes of media advocacy are (1) influence public opinion (2) influence policy makers and (3): (Points : 3)

[removed] Influence past research
[removed] Influence policy
[removed] Change empirical data

 

Question 23.23. Youth violence is an example of a public health concern. (Points : 3)

[removed] True
[removed] False

 

Question 24.24. An example of a behavioral/environmental risk is: (Points : 3)

[removed] Regular exercise
[removed] Limited access to health care in rural areas
[removed] Having a nurse on staff in a metal manufacturing company

 

Question 25.25. Most planning models include assessment, implementation, and (Points : 3)

[removed] Social cognitive theory
[removed] Evaluation
[removed] research

 

Question 26.26. A question asked by this theory is: What short-term or immediate effect did the intervention achieve? (Points : 3)

[removed] Process evaluation
[removed] Evidence evaluation
[removed] Impact evaluation

 

Question 27.27. A health assessment can lead to effective programming. (Points : 3)

[removed] True
[removed] False

 

Question 28.28. Unplanned occurrences that may affect an intervention is known as (Points : 3)

[removed] Relative change
[removed] Rigor
[removed] Confounds

 

Question 29.29. Diffusion of treatment is when you cannot prevent the static group from getting some of or all of the treatment. (Points : 3)

[removed] True
[removed] False

 

Question 30.30. Regression to the mean is a type of confound. (Points : 3)

[removed] True
[removed] False

 

Question 31.31. One reason a person might be at high risk is because he/she has adequate access to health care. (Points : 3)

[removed] True
[removed] False

 

Question 32.32. A planned process of disseminating message to influence behavior in a particular group or population is known as (Points : 3)

[removed] Media advocacy
[removed] A communications campaign
[removed] broadcasting

 

Question 33.33. One governmental level organization that carries out extensive activities beyond its borders is (Points : 3)

[removed] The Los Angeles County Department of Health
[removed] The World Health Organization
[removed] The National Institutes of Health

 

Question 34.34. Phase One of the PRECEDE-PROCEED approach is implementation. (Points : 3)

[removed] True
[removed] False

 

Question 35.35. The theory that explores the relationship between attitude and behavior is the (Points : 3)

[removed] Health Belief Model
[removed] Stages of Change
[removed] The Theory of Planned Behavior

 

Question 36.36. The sixth and final stage of the Transtheoretical Model is maintenance. (Points : 3)

[removed] True
[removed] False

 

Question 37.37. Morbidity is: (Points : 3)

[removed] The link to theory
[removed] The incidence and prevalence of disease
[removed] A parallel to comorbidity

 

Question 38.38. Mortality data is data on deaths due to natural causes. (Points : 3)

[removed] True
[removed] False (due to disease and other causes)

 

Question 39.39. Scheduling health promotion activities so that members of the target population can participate is an example of: (Points : 3)

[removed] Assimilation
[removed] Sustainability
[removed] Tailoring

 

Question 40.40. The Internet is a form of media. (Points : 3)

[removed] True
[removed] False

 

Question 41.41. The first stage of a communications campaign is planning and strategy development. (Points : 3)

[removed] True
[removed] False

 

Question 42.42. In the Shannon-Weaver communications model, the receiver may transmit feedback to the sender. (Points : 3)

[removed] True
[removed] False

 

Question 43.43. The author of your textbook for this course is: (Points : 3)

[removed] Mark Eldridge
[removed] Mark Edberg
[removed] Marcus Welby

 

Question 44.44. The Social Network Theory is appropriate for application when working with large populations. (Points : 3)

[removed] True
[removed] False

 

Question 45.45. Two theories in this course address “maintenance”. What are they? (Points : 3)

[removed] Diffusion of Innovation and Stages of Change
[removed] Stages of Change and Sociology
[removed] Diffusion of Innovation and Social Cognitive Theory

 

Question 46.46. The term “picking your battles” refers to (Points : 3)

[removed] Confounds
[removed] Prioritization
[removed] The “blame game”

 

Question 47.47. Clusters of people with common characteristics who are more likely to develop health problems is (Points : 3)

[removed] A high risk population
[removed] Senior citizens with heart disease
[removed] Stakeholders

 

Question 48.48. An independent variable is a characteristic of a person you are trying to change. (Points : 3)

[removed] True
[removed] False

 

Question 49.49. Quantitative data can be expressed in numerical form. (Points : 3)

[removed] True
[removed] False

 

Question 50.50. Qualitative data can be expressed in numerical form. (Points : 3)

[removed] True
[removed] False

 

Question 51.51. Selection bias is a type of: (Points : 3)

[removed] Confound
[removed] Assessment
[removed] Research

 

Question 52.52. Building and sustaining trust is important in working with high-risk populations. (Points : 3)

[removed] True
[removed] False

 

Question 53.53. In the Shannon-Weaver communications model, the receiver sends the message. (Points : 3)

[removed] True
[removed] False

 

Question 54.54. Self-efficacy can guide whether or not a person changes his/her health behavior for the positive. (Points : 3)

[removed] True
[removed] False

 

Question 55.55. Perpetuation is a stage in the Stages of Change Model. (Points : 3)

[removed] True
[removed] False

 

Question 56.56. A broad field focusing on an in-depth and comparative study of human behavior is known as (Points : 3)

[removed] Anthropology
[removed] Sociology
[removed] Philosophy

 

Question 57.57. The existence of two or more diseases or conditions in the same individual at the same time is known as (Points : 3)

[removed] Morbidity
[removed] Complicated features
[removed] Comorbidity

 

Question 58.58. A type of evaluation that considers real change of behavior in the people who were affected by the programming effort is an outcome evaluation. (Points : 3)

[removed] True
[removed] False

 

Question 59.59. The deliberate application of marketing to achieve specific behavioral goals (such as increased exercise) for an improvement within the community and sometimes beyond is known as: (Points : 3)

[removed] The Principle of acquired goals
[removed] Social Marketing
[removed] Time-sensitive marketing

 

Question 60.60. Cues to action is an external event that motivates a person to action. (Points : 3)

[removed] True
false

 

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