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True or False: Social Health refers to how well a person's body is functoning.
False: Physical Health refers to how well a person's body is functioning.
The practice of healthy behaviors that keep a person free of disease.
A) Prevention
B) Continuum
C) Goal
A) Prevention
List 3 Behavioral Risk Factors that result in death.
smoking, jumping off cliffs, swimming w/ sharks
True or False: Enviornmental risk factors are passed on from parent to child.
False: Hereditary/Biological risk factors are passed on from parent to child.
The practice of healthy behaviors that keep a person free of disease.
A) Prevention
B) Continuum
C) Goal
A) Prevention
T or F: Sigmund Freud devised an 8 stage theory of personality development that covers a person's entire life span.
F: Erikson devised an 8 stage theory of personality development.
T or F: The id is the thoughtful descision making part of the personality.
F: The ego is the thoughtful...
Alarm clocks, tests, and arguments are examples of...
stressors
A Type A personality is...
a personality in which ppl tend to feel rushed and competitive
A Type B personality is...
a personality in which ppl tend to feel calmer, less competive/concerned
Positive stress, or ..., promotes growth/accomplishment
Eurostress
... is a respiratory disorder that is worsened by stress.
Asthma
Define mental disorder
illness that affects the mind and prevents a person from being productive, adjusting to life situations, of getting along w/ others
Claustrophobia is a(n)...
A) Mood disorder
B) Anxiety disorder
C) Eating disorder
D) Somaotoform disorder
B) Anxiety disorder
... is punishment that leaves a visible mark the next day.
Physical abuse
List 3 factors that have changed family life in the US.
1. Increase in number of working women
2. High divorce rate
3. Increase in number of ppl postponing marriage/parenthood
In a ... family, a child may live w/ a biological parent, a stepparent, and the children of one or both parents.
Blended
Making ... involves meeting another person's gaze.
Eye contact
Define empathy.
an ability to understand how another feels
T or F: Almost 1/2 of all homicides occur between ppl who knew eachother.
T
T or F: For victims of violence, physical scars can include anger fear and sadness.
F: ...of violence, emotional costs can include...
What is the endocrine system?
allows one part of the body to communicate w/ another.
Pregnancy is divided into 3 ...
trimesters
Define adrenal glands.
Two small endocrine glands that produce hormones
Define afterbirth.
The placenta, when it is delivered after childbirth
Define adoption.
The legal process by which parents thake another person's child into their family.
Define alveoli
Balloon like airsacs at the end of the cronchioles.