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Grade 12 Emotional, Social, and Mental Health
Psychology is the study of
  1. The brain
  2. How we interact with others
  3. Behavior and mental processes
  4. How we remember things
  5. Medicine
Grade 12 Emotional, Social, and Mental Health
Emotional abuse is as harmful as....
  1. physical abuse
  2. self harm
  3. AIDS
Grade 12 Emotional, Social, and Mental Health
Psychiatrists are
  1. Not medical licensed doctors
  2. Psychologists that assess and treat behavior disorders
  3. Medical doctors licensed to prescribe drugs and treat physical causes of psychological disorders
  4. Psychologists that help people cope with challenges
  5. Study the interaction of people and machines
Grade 12 Emotional, Social, and Mental Health
Humanistic psychologists focus on
  1. The brain activity
  2. One's growth potential
  3. People's behaviors
  4. The environment
  5. Mental activity
Grade 12 Emotional, Social, and Mental Health
Grief happens in stages. How many stages are there?
  1. 2
  2. 6
  3. 3
  4. 5
Grade 12 Emotional, Social, and Mental Health
William James was the first psychologist to
  1. Open a psychology lab
  2. Experiment on animals
  3. Teach a psychology Class
  4. Publish a psychology textbook
  5. Write an autobiography
Grade 12 Emotional, Social, and Mental Health
What is a normal way to react to a death?
  1. Feeling sad, worried, or scared
  2. Feeling shocked, unprepared, or confused
  3. Feeling angry, cheated, relieved, or guilty
  4. All of the above
Grade 12 Emotional, Social, and Mental Health
What can prolong the grieving process?
  1. Engaging in dangerous or self-destructive activities
  2. Not opening up to others and talking about it
  3. Not seeing a therapist
  4. None of the above
Grade 12 Emotional, Social, and Mental Health
A therapist is with a patient trying to figure out what is going on, the therapist is focusing on the patient's unconscious thoughts, what perspective is the therapist using?
  1. Cognitive
  2. Psychodynamic
  3. Humanistic
  4. Biological
  5. Behavioral
Grade 12 Emotional, Social, and Mental Health
Introspection is
  1. Thinking about thinking; looking inward
  2. Answering questions
  3. Thinking about what you ate for dinner last night
  4. The study of the brain
  5. Looking at the stars
Grade 12 Emotional, Social, and Mental Health
It's natural to feel some guilt over a past argument or a difficult relationship with the person who died.
  1. True
  2. False
Grade 12 Emotional, Social, and Mental Health
Everybody goes through the grieving process when someone close to them dies.
  1. True
  2. False
Grade 12 Emotional, Social, and Mental Health
The grieving process usually happens quickly but the healing usually happens gradually.
  1. True
  2. False
Grade 12 Emotional, Social, and Mental Health
People who lose a pet can go through the grieving process.
  1. True
  2. False
Grade 12 Emotional, Social, and Mental Health
When we have emotional, physical, and spiritual reactions in response to a death or loss, it's known as                    grief or grieving                    
Grade 12 Emotional, Social, and Mental Health
                Belief in your ability or skill to do a particular thing/s well.
  1. self-confidence
  2. self-esteem
  3. narcissism
  4. love
Grade 12 Emotional, Social, and Mental Health
               belief in your whole self in an overall way.
  1. self-confidence
  2. self-esteem
  3. narcissism
  4. love
Grade 12 Emotional, Social, and Mental Health
              Personality              is a complex set of characteristics that makes you unique.
Grade 12 Emotional, Social, and Mental Health
Most people deal with their phobias head on.
  1. True
  2. False
Grade 12 Emotional, Social, and Mental Health
When a person experiences sudden and unexplained attacks of intense fear that lead an individual to feel a sense of inevitable doom is known as a                  panic disorder                 .
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