Psychology Applied To Modern Life Adjustment In the 21st Century 11th Edition by Wayne Weiten – Test Bank

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Psychology Applied To Modern Life Adjustment In the 21st Century 11th Edition by Wayne Weiten – Test Bank

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  1. The leading cause of death in North America is
  2. suicide. b. homicide.
  3. heart disease. d. automobile accidents.

ANSWER: c

DIFFICULTY: Moderate

REFERENCES: Stress, Personality, and Illness

LEARNING OBJECTIVES: PSYC.WEIT.11.05.01 – Describe the Type A personality and its link to hostility and

heart disease.

KEYWORDS: Factual

NOTES: New

  1. Beth’s doctor says she is at a high risk for coronary disease. This is most likely related to her
  2. smoking. b. high blood pressure.
  3. diabetes. d. all of the above.

ANSWER: d

DIFFICULTY: Easy

REFERENCES: Stress, Personality, and Illness

LEARNING OBJECTIVES: PSYC.WEIT.11.05.01 – Describe the Type A personality and its link to hostility and

heart disease.

KEYWORDS: Conceptual

NOTES: New

  1. Which of the following is known to be the principal cause of coronary heart disease?
  2. Diabetes b. Atherosclerosis
  3. Alzheimer’s disease d. Post-traumatic stress disorder

ANSWER: b

DIFFICULTY: Easy

REFERENCES: Stress, Personality, and Illness

LEARNING OBJECTIVES: PSYC.WEIT.11.05.01 – Describe the Type A personality and its link to hostility and

heart disease.

KEYWORDS: Factual

  1. ______ is the gradual narrowing of the coronary arteries.
  2. Cancer b. Influenza
  3. Atherosclerosis d. Acquired immune deficiency syndrome

ANSWER: c

DIFFICULTY: Easy

REFERENCES: Stress, Personality, and Illness

LEARNING OBJECTIVES: PSYC.WEIT.11.05.01 – Describe the Type A personality and its link to hostility and

heart disease.

KEYWORDS: Factual 1. Which of the following is NOT a key source of information in the process of person perception?

  1. Appearance b. Actions
  2. Nonverbal messages d. Material possessions

ANSWER: d

DIFFICULTY: Easy

REFERENCES: Forming Impressions of Others

LEARNING OBJECTIVES: PSYC.WEIT.11.07.01 – Cite the five sources of information people use to form

impressions of others.

KEYWORDS: Factual

NOTES: New

  1. _____ is the process of forming impressions of others.
  2. Person perception
  3. Social cognition
  4. Social networking
  5. Personal schema

ANSWER: a

DIFFICULTY: Easy

REFERENCES: Forming Impressions of Others

LEARNING OBJECTIVES: PSYC.WEIT.11.07.01 – Cite the five sources of information people use to form

impressions of others.

KEYWORDS: Factual

NOTES: New

  1. ______ are assessments of others that are made quickly and on the basis of only a few bits of information.
  2. Attributions b. Snap judgments
  3. Systematic judgments d. Recency judgments

ANSWER: b

DIFFICULTY: Easy

REFERENCES: Forming Impressions of Others

LEARNING OBJECTIVES: PSYC.WEIT.11.07.02 – Explain the key differences between snap judgments and

systematic judgments.

KEYWORDS: Factual 118. Explain why heterosexuals are at risk for HIV infection.

ANSWER: Answer not provided

REFERENCES: Habits, Lifestyles, and Health

LEARNING OBJECTIVES: PSYC.WEIT.11.05.09 – Describe AIDS, and summarize evidence on the

transmission of the HIV virus.

  1. Discuss the problems that arise in clear doctor-patient communication and ways to ensure better patient

assertiveness and treatment compliance.

ANSWER: Answer not provided

REFERENCES: Reactions to Illness

LEARNING OBJECTIVES: PSYC.WEIT.11.05.12 – Discuss the prevalence of nonadherence to medical advice

and its causes.

  1. Differentiate between physical and psychological dependency.

ANSWER:

REFERENCES: Application: Understanding the Effects of Drugs

LEARNING OBJECTIVES: PSYC.WEIT.11.05.13 – Explain the concepts of drug tolerance, physical and

psychological dependence, and overdose.

NOTES: New

  1. Compare the main effects of the major categories of abused drugs.

ANSWER:

REFERENCES: Application: Understanding the Effects of Drugs

LEARNING OBJECTIVES: PSYC.WEIT.11.05.14 – Summarize the main effects and risks of narcotics, sedatives,

stimulant drugs, and hallucinogens.

NOTES: New

  1. Briefly describe several controversial aspects of marijuana use.

ANSWER: Answer not provided

REFERENCES: Application: Understanding the Effects of Drugs

LEARNING OBJECTIVES: PSYC.WEIT.11.05.15 – Outline the main effects and risks of marijuana and ecstasy

(MDMA).