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Stress has                     effects on the body
  1. negative
  2. positive
  3. negative & positive
  4. none of the above
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A measure of how much you value, respect, and feel confident about yourself.
  1. self-esteem
  2. confidents
  3. self-concept
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It is not important to establish and maintain a nutritous diet, good health, and sleep-promoting routines on a daily basis.
  1. True
  2. False
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Having the ability to adapt successfully and recover from disappointment, difficulty, or crisis:
  1. reliable
  2. recovery
  3. rebound
  4. resilient
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Deliberately harming or threatening other people who cannot easily defend themselves is called:
  1. hazing
  2. pledging
  3. bullying
  4. initiating
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In order to avoid getting caught up in worry and fear, what steps could be taken:
  1. exercising weekly
  2. complaining verbally
  3. controlling thoughts and emotions
  4. following a personal hygiene plan
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Why do kids bully?
  1. Deeply troubled; lonely; want control/power; insecurity
  2. Deeply troubled; lonely; want control/power; security
  3. Deeply troubled; lonely; they are sad
  4. Kids do not bully.
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A healthy relationship can be described by someone who is?
  1. Unfaithful
  2. Abusive
  3. Kind and Respectful
  4. Rude
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Bullying is a                 problem.
  1. Complicated
  2. Universal
  3. Unicomplex
  4. Childhood
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                  is the act of hurting one person or a group of people repeatedly as a way for the bully to feel superior.
  1. Intimidation
  2. Social Alienation
  3. Cyberbullying
  4. Bullying
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                bullying includes physical contact, such as hitting, kicking, punching, etc.
  1. Physical
  2. Verbal
  3. Intimidation
  4. Cyber
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Michelle forgot to bring her completed homework to school. Although she was upset, she did not blame anyone else for her mistake. Which character trait did Michelle demonstrate when she accepted the blame for her actions?
  1. citizenship
  2. caring
  3. responsibility
  4. trustworthiness
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                bullying is a name calling, making offensice remarks, or joking about a person's religion, gender, ethnicity, socioeconomic status, or the way they look.
  1. Non Verbal
  2. Verbal
  3. Cyberbullying
  4. Indirect
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                is done by sending messages, pictures, or information using electronic media, computers, or cell phones.
  1. Cyberbullying
  2. Verbal
  3. Physical
  4. Indirect
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Which is an example of a stereotype?
  1. One half of the teachers in the school district are male.
  2. All basketball players are tall.
  3. Seven of the nine boys in our class enjoy plumbing.
  4. For the past three years, more girls than boys have enrolled in business class.
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Which of the following is NOT a characteristic of good mental/emotional health?
  1. having a sense of purpose
  2. being overwhelmed by everyday challenges
  3. having the ability to make safe, responsible decisions
  4. being positive and hopeful about life
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Bullying is not just having a single disagreement with someone; it is when someone                 to pick on someone else.
  1. Conversely
  2. Contemplating
  3. Continuously
  4. Collectively
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Which of the following does NOT describe a healthful way to manage anger?
  1. talking with a trusted friend
  2. taking part in a relaxing, soothing activity
  3. yelling at friends
  4. taking part in vigorous activity
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Which of the following is an effective way to improve self-esteem?
  1. use negative self-talk whenever possible
  2. remind yourself constantly of the poor choices you made in the past
  3. focus on your shortcomings
  4. accept your mistakes and think of them as learning opportunities
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Which of the following is NOT an example of bullying?
  1. Repeatedly making fun of the way a classmate talks.
  2. Threatening to beat up a student if he doesn't hand over his lunch money.
  3. Accepting someone into your group regardless of the clothing brand she wears.
  4. Shoving a younger kid on the school bus.
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