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Lifespan Development Study Set 1

Psychology

Quiz 19 :

Death Dying and Bereavement

Quiz 19 :

Death Dying and Bereavement

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In which type of hospice programs are family caregivers supported by specially trained health care workers?
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Roger has AIDS. He hates hospitals and the antiseptic quality of any institution. He wants to die at home with his family around him, making whatever decisions must be made. Which of the following would be a good alternative for Roger to consider?
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C

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Which of the following would NOT serve to speed up a child's understanding of death?
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D

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Which of the following most accurately characterizes what a child younger than five years of age would understand or believe about death?
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Which of the following is an approach to caring for the terminally ill that focuses on individual and family control over the process of dying?
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Which form of death has occurred in circumstances where rescue is still possible even though there is no evidence of brain function, the heart has stopped, and breathing has stopped?
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In which country did hospice care originate?
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Which of the following is NOT an aspect of the philosophy behind hospice care?
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What would be the most likely age of a child who said, "My cat died, but if I get her some medicine, she will feel better tomorrow?"
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In the United States and other industrialized countries, where do most adults die?
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A child's understanding of the permanence of death correlates with which stage of Piaget's theory?
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Which of the following terms explains a young adult's belief that she is too lucky to die, even though she knows that death can happen to other people?
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When Darius stopped breathing, his eyes were still open. The nurse closed his eyes and pulled the bed sheet over his head. These activities marked which of the following?
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Which of the following contributes to adolescent suicidal behavior?
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In which of the following would you find a small number of patients who are cared for by specially trained health care workers in a home-like setting?
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In the U.S., the U.K., and Western Europe, what percentage of deaths take place in the decedent's home?
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According to research, which of the following attitudes was commonly reported by the loved ones of a terminally ill patient who chose a home-based hospice program?
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Which form of death has occurred in circumstances where there is no electrical activity in the brain and the person no longer has reflexes or responds to vigorous external stimuli?
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Which type of care focuses on relieving a terminally ill patient's pain, rather than curing the illness?
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What circumstances permit the determination that a person is legally dead?
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