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HS 200 Exam Review Sheet
Test Date: Thursday, Sept. 21
The mini-exam will consist of 40 multiple choice questions (circle all that apply)
and 10 true/false questions.
Answers will be recorded on a Scantron form. Bring 2, sharpened #2 pencils to
class. There will be application questions. You need to be able show that you can
apply knowledge.
The test will cover text chapters 1-4, 16 all material covered in class, and reserve
articles #1 and #2. In preparation for the test you should reread the assigned
chapters, answer the questions in each chapter (Looking Ahead), review lecture
notes, and complete the practice tests in the back of the text.
In addition, you should have a clear understanding of the following:
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The 6 dimensions of wellness and how they are interrelated
The contemporary definition of wellness
Identify the dimension of wellness being addressed when given examples
The 3 diseases responsible for the greatest number of deaths in the U.S.
The 2 major goals included in the Healthy People 2010
Specific health issues related to gender, ethnicity, Income and Education, Disability,
Geographic Location, and Sexual Orientation
7. Physiological, emotional, and behavioral responses to stress (distress and eustress)
8. The connection between stress and disease
9. Actions of the endocrine system when under stress
10. Define Psychoneuroimmunology (PNI)
11. eustress vs. distress
12. Role of interpretation of events in an individual’s physiological response to stress
13. Examples of stress hormones and their effect on the body
14. Fight or Flight response
15. Define and give an example of a STRESSOR.
16. Effective ways of managing stress (cognitive and relaxation techniques)
17. The Relaxation Response
18. Effective strategies for managing time more productively
19. 2 parts of the autonomic nervous system and the functions of each part when under stress
20. Definition of homeostasis
21. Identify examples of homeostasis
22. GAS stands for ________
23. Describe the 3 stages of GAS
24. Recognize the stage of GAS that a person is in when given examples
25. The levels of Maslow’s hierarchy of needs
26. Definition and indicators of Psychological Health
27. Characteristics of depression
28. Effective ways of dealing with depression
29. Warning signs of suicide
30. Anxiety disorders, Mood disorders (Seasonal Affective Disorder, Bipolar)31. Schizophrenia: symptoms and treatment
32. Ways of increasing the likelihood success when embarking on a behavior change plan
(reserve article #1)
33. The 3 Type A personality characteristics most closely associated with increased risk of
cardiovascular disease
34. Link between positive self esteem and healthy relationships
35. The single most important factor in determining one’s level of health
36. Characteristics / detrimental effects of negative self talk (mind chatter).
37. Authentic Happiness- Understanding of the explanation provided in class
38. Key elements of attentive listening
39. Benefits of attentive listening
40. Key elements of effective communication (verbal and nonverbal)
41. The importance of self-disclosure, listening, and feedback in effective communication.
42. The importance of deep breathing to physical and emotional well being.
43. Key pts. from Eve Watson’s lecture
44. The Karpman Triangle (of non-communication)
45. The basis of all conflict appears to be ___________ (unmet needs).
46. Give reasons why one’s needs are not being met.
47. Olsen’s Principles for resolving conflict.
48. Highest form of communication (open to open) vs. Lowest form of communication
(verbal/ physical fighting)
49. Effective ways of dealing with anger
50. The importance of diaphragmic breathing to physical and emotional well being.
51. Definitions for unintentional injury/intentional injury
Know that unintentional injuries are the 5th leading cause of death for all Americans
52. Factors that contribute to violence and intentional injuries
53. Date (or acquaintance) rape – Prevention/Definition
54. Sexual Harassment – definition and examples
62. Avoiding abusive relationships