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Kaplan HN115 All Unit Quiz (2016)

Unit 1

Question

Question 1. Question :

Instructor contact information is found under Faculty Information, which is located under Course Home.

True 

False

Question 2. Question :

Kaplan University has a live technical support number that students can contact if they are having technical difficulties.

True

False

Question 3. Question :

All Option 2 Seminar assignments and any Assignments due for this course should be submitted through the Dropbox tab.

True

False

Question 4. Question :

This course has 9 units.

True 

False

Question 5. Question :

If you have extenuating circumstances that prevent you from completing assignments on time, you should contact your instructor as soon as possible.

True

 False

Question 6. Question :

In this course, students need to post an initial response to Discussion and two responses to classmates in order to obtain full credit for Discussion.

True 

False

Question 7. Question :

An incomplete can be requested after the course is over.

True 

False

Question 8. Question :

Students should review the Assignment rubrics that can be found in the Syllabus before submitting any Assignments for this course.

True

 False

Question 9. Question :

If students do not attend the live Seminar, there is no other way to receive credit for this weekly assignment.

True

 False

Question 10. Question :

There is an Academic Support Center at Kaplan University that helps students with academic assistance and tutoring.

True 

False

Question 11. Question :

There is no way for students to access their grades in the classroom.

True

 False

Question 12. Question :

Plagiarism is academic dishonesty.

True 

False

Question 13. Question :

If students have a general question for the instructor, they can post their question in the Student Lounge.

True

 False

Question 14. Question :

There is a tab in the classroom where you can email other classmates and the instructor.

True 

False

Question 15. Question :

The Kaplan Writing Center offers the following:

Live tutors

Help with writing papers

Help with grammar

All of the above

Question 16. Question :

If a student has extenuating circumstances and cannot complete coursework, the first person he/she should contact is ____.

the dean

financial aid

their parents

the instructor

Question 17. Question :

Students can see Announcements that instructors place in the classroom by clicking the:

Gradebook tab

Course Home tab

Dropbox tab

Question 18. Question :

A rubric is a ____.

calculator

dictionary

tool that helps students understand why they received the grade they did

Question 19. Question :

Students can access information about Seminar by:

Clicking on the Seminar Instructions tab in the Course Home page

Looking in the Syllabus

Both A & B

None of the above

Question 20. Question :

Some of the resources offered by Kaplan University’s library include:

Electronic articles

Electronic books

Traditional books

All of the above

Unit 5

Question 1. Question :

When homelessness is defined in a more inclusive manner, the estimate of the number of people who are homeless jumps to 5 million individuals nationally.

True 

False

Question 2. Question :

Prior to the Middle Ages (around 14th to 15th centuries), the early church was responsible for the care of the poor.

True 

False

Question 3. Question :

There is currently no universally agreed upon definition of “homelessness.”

True 

False

Question 4. Question :

The Section 8 program deals with helping people who are poor and/or homeless get employment.

True 

False

Question 5. Question :

The effective human service professional will attempt to meet all of a homeless client’s needs without relying upon the services provided by governmental agencies.

True 

False

Question 6. Question :

Homeless shelters are very nicely equipped to serve families, and often set up different rules for families in order to accommodate them.

True 

False

Question 7. Question :

Feagin’s study in 1975 found that the majority of those in the United States attribute poverty and homelessness to _____.

personal failures such as having a poor work ethic, poor money management skills, a lack of any special talent that might translate into a positive contribution to society, and low personal moral values

structural causes such as racism, poor schools, and the lack of sufficient employment

both personal failures and structural causes equally

none of the above

Question 8. Question :

The great majority of homeless single mothers are _____.

around 25 years of age, with 2 to 3 children

U.S. citizens, native born, and fluent English speakers

Latina, illegal immigrants who do not speak English

both A and B

Question 9. Question :

According to the fundamental attribution error, the average person would assume that those whom they did not know were homeless due to _________ causes, yet if someone they knew became homeless, they would likely attribute homelessness to __________ causes.

personal; situational

situational; personal

Question 10. Question :

Despite considerable research to support the opposite, a 1995 survey revealed that there was an increase in mainstream society’s tendency to blame poverty on _____.

the poor

racism

poor schools

a poor economy

Question 11. Question :

According to the federal definition of homelessness, an average of ____ individuals experience homelessness on any given night in the United States.

6,300

63,000

636,000

6.36 million

Question 12. Question :

The rate of homelessness began to increase between 1970 and 1980 due to _____.

a decrease in affordable housing

an increase in poverty

both A and B

none of the above

Question 13. Question :

The 1970s and 1980s saw a dramatic increase in the homelessness of _____.

veterans

in-tact families

single parents with children

adolescents

Question 14. Question :

Of homeless families, the majority are _____.

young single mothers with several children from different fathers

two-parent working families with two children

younger single mothers with two children

men

Question 15. Question :

One of the most significant roles that human service professionals play is _____.

advocating for the homeless population on a personal case-by-case basis

advocating for the homeless population on a community level

influencing policy and the development of legislation designed to aid the homeless population

all of the above

Question 16. Question :

Most homeless adolescents are living on the streets because they have _____.

run away from an abusive home

been kicked out of their homes by parents who no longer wish to take care of them

reported a history of both physical and sexual abuse

all of the above

Question 17. Question :

Yoder, Whitbeck, and Hoyt’s 2001 study of 600 runaway youth found that the chief reason adolescents chose to live on the streets rather than remaining in their family home was _____.

sexual abuse

oppositional defiant disorder

substance abuse disorder

physical abuse

Question 18. Question :

The fastest growing segment of the homeless population are ____.

the elderly

veterans

children

young adults

Question 19. Question :

Many social welfare experts cite which of the following with contributing to the dramatic increase in homeless families?

The dramatic increase in single-parent families in the 1970s

The reduction of substance abuse treatment programs

The ending of AFDC and the initiation of the TANF program

Deinstitutionalization

Question 20. Question :

Approximately ____% of homeless youth attempt suicide.

10

21

15

40

Unit 6 

Question 1. Question :

Human service professionals working in the field of child and family services may do which of the following?

Child abuse investigations

Case management and counseling of a child in placement

Case management and counseling of families in crisis

Case management and counseling of adoptive families

All of the above

Question 2. Question :

Prior to the Civil War, the common belief about children was that they needed ______.

dedicated play time in order to develop psychosocially

to be treated with harsh discipline or they would fall victim to laziness

to be in school at least six hours a day

to be treated with tenderness and understanding

Question 3. Question :

The Orphan Trains refers to _____.

an organized effort by Rev. Charles Loring Brace to take orphan children on train rides for recreation and fun

the New York Children’s Aid Society’s orphan program that arranged for institutionalized children and orphans living on the streets to take trains west to be adopted or fostered by Christian farming families

the New York solution to the orphan problem where thousands of orphaned children were sent back to their original home via the new train system

an organized effort by Rev. Charles Loring Brace to loan orphaned children to farming families for the farming season to bring in the crops

Question 4. Question :

As of 2010 there were approximately _____ children in the U.S. foster care system.

4,800

408,000

4.8 million

none of the above

Question 5. Question :

Prior to the Industrial Revolution, orphans were often _____.

forced to live on the streets

sold into apprenticeships which were sometimes no better than slavery

sent to almshouses to work alongside adults

abused and treated as vagrants

all of the above

Question 6. Question :

The Orphan Trains ran from 1854 to 1929, delivering approximately ______ children to new homes across the West, from the Midwestern states to Texas, and even as far west as California.

150

1,500

150,000

1,500,000

Question 7. Question :

In 1997, the President signed into law the Adoption and Safe Families Act which amended and made improvements to the Adoption Assistance and Child Welfare Act of 1980. Among the amendments the act provides are _____.

incentives for families adopting children in the foster care system

mandate that states provide evidence of adoption efforts

an accelerated timeline for terminating parental rights

all of the above

Question 8. Question :

The Child Abuse Prevention and Treatment Act (CAPTA) of 1974 _____.

was established to ensure that children of maltreatment are reported to the appropriate authorities

provides minimum standards for definitions of the different types of child maltreatment

both A and B

none of the above

Question 9. Question :

The American Adoption and Safe Family Act of 1997 marked a clear departure away from abuse prevention and family preservation and toward paving the way for _____.

institutionalized care

care in group home settings

the termination of the biological parents’ right clearing the way for the adoption of children in foster care placement

formal Kinship Care

Question 10. Question :

Adolescents who engage in binging behavior often experience significant ______ once the bingeing phase is over.

relief

shame

anger

calm

Question 11. Question :

Jean Piaget believed that as children approached adolescence they began to _____.

develop a sense of their own identity

separate emotionally from their parents

develop the ability for logical reasoning involved in abstract thought

become more attached to their peers rather than their family

Question 12. Question :

A recent national survey of approximately 4,000 foster care children, ages 2 through 14, who had been removed from their homes due to maltreatment revealed that _____.

nearly half of these children had clinically significant psychological and/or behavioral problems

nearly all of these children had received counseling in the past year

INCORRECT nearly all of these children were returned home within six months

only 10% of these children had received any counseling in the past year

Question 13. Question :

Common risk factors of adolescents suffering from bulimia include _____.

perfectionism, body dissatisfaction, and low self-esteem

low self-esteem, depression, and low academic achievement

perfectionism, body dissatisfaction, and depression

low self-esteem, introversion, and depression

Question 14. Question :

With children in foster care, the stages of separation suggested by Siu and Hogan include _____.

grief, stabilization, and accommodation

pre-protest, protest, despair and adjustment

denial, acknowledgment, and adjustment

resentment, assimilation, and accommodation

Question 15. Question :

The most successful treatment program for self-mutilation includes _____.

a program that involves acupuncture and self-relaxation techniques

a combination of individual, group, and family therapy

visualization and imagery relaxation therapy

individual therapy and psychotropic medication

Question 16. Question :

Most of the developmental theorists agree that adolescence is a time of _____.

searching for one’s own identity

developing a sense of autonomy

trying on different “selves”

all of the above

Question 17. Question :

Approximately 80% of suicide completers are typically _____.

female

male

Caucasian

African American

Question 18. Question :

Counseling conducted by human service professionals that respects diversity and understands the nature of racism and cultural bias common in society is called _____.

diversity counseling

cultural diversity counseling

ethnic counseling

culturally competent counseling

Question 19. Question :

One of the first theorists to study the stage of adolescence and who in 1904 described adolescents as possessing a “lack of emotional steadiness, violent impulses, unreasonable conduct, lack of enthusiasm and sympathy” was _____.

Erik Erikson

Sigmund Freud

G. Stanley Hall

Jean Piaget

Question 20. Question :

According to the text, between 1999 and 2006, suicide was the 3rd leading cause of death among individuals between what ages?

12-19 years

15-24 years

17-21 years

None of the above

Unit 8

1. Question :

The most common psychotic disorder is Paranoid Personality Disorder.

True 

False

Question 2. Question :

Partial hospitalization or day treatment programs refer to a place individuals who are acutely disturbed or suicidal go for diagnostic assessment and stabilization.

True 

False

Question 3. Question :

Early in human history mental illness was commonly believed to be caused by _____.

alcoholism

remaining unmarried

demonic possession

rebellion

Question 4. Question :

Approximately ___% of the U.S. adult population suffers from some diagnosable mental disorder.

5

10

27

37

Question 5. Question :

The term “severely mentally ill” typically refers to those individuals suffering from _____.

schizophrenia and other delusional disorders

schizophrenia, bipolar disorder, severe and recurrent depression

personality disorders

all of the above

Question 6. Question :

A 1997 study found that African-American caregivers of individuals with mental illness experienced little to no barriers making it easy for them to be actively involved in the treatment of their loved ones.

True 

False

Question 7. Question :

In 1792, Philippe Pinel was memorialized for what reason?

Unchaining up to 5,000 patients

Chaining all patients in an insane asylum

Developing the first psychotropic medication

Founding the first psychiatric hospital in France

Question 8. Question :

During colonial times, the problem of the insane and “feeble-minded” was considered _____.

a matter of public concern

a governmental matter

the church’s concern

a family matter

Question 9. Question :

The trend of abuse noted in the Middle Ages continued throughout the nineteenth century, where members of society whose behavior was not in line with social mores and the general expectations of society were subjected to _____.

public beatings

incarceration

death

all of the above

Question 10. Question :

The insane were often housed in ____.

hospitals

almshouses or workhouses for the poor

prisons

psychiatric facilities

Question 11. Question :

The absence of normal behavior such as the lack of emotion (sometimes referred to as affective flattening), alogia (complete lack of any speech), and extreme apathy (complete lack of interest or drive) often seen in schizophrenia is commonly referred to as _____.

positive symptoms

negative symptoms

an empty mood

distorted thinking

Question 12. Question :

Hallucinations are defined as _____.

sensations that are experienced but do not exist

hearing voices or seeing things that are not there

feeling sensations when nothing is present

all of the above

Question 13. Question :

Disorders of one’s mood and emotions, including depression are commonly referred to as _____.

personality disorders

affective disorders

cognitive disorders

none of the above

Question 14. Question :

_____ hypothesizes that depression is related to negative or irrational thinking. If thought consistently enough, thoughts such as "I’m a horrible person”, “Nothing good will ever happen to me, or “I will always fail” can ultimately lead to feelings of sadness, despair and hopelessness.

Psychodynamic theory

Social learning theory

Cognitive dissonance theory

Cognitive-behavioral theory

Question 15. Question :

One of the biggest challenges in getting individuals with mental illness off the streets is _____.

engaging them in treatment

obtaining identifying information

finding appropriate housing

locating responsible family members

Question 16. Question :

Borderline personality disorder is believed to be _____.

primarily biological in nature

related to abuse in childhood, particularly sexual and physical abuse

caused by the Borna virus

related biologically to Bipolar disorder

Question 17. Question :

The National Alliance for the Mentally Ill (NAMI) estimates that approximately ____% of the mentally ill population will come into contact with the criminal justice system at some point in their lives.

10

25

40

80

Question 18. Question :

Sullivan (1992) was one of the first theorists to apply the _____________ to the area of chronic mental illness where clients suffering from mental illness are encouraged to recognize and develop their own personal strengths and abilities.

abilities perspective

strengths perspective

collective encouragement perspective

encouragement perspective

Question 19. Question :

Folsom, Hawthorne, & Lindamer’s 2005 study found that nearly ______ mentally ill individuals are homeless.

1 in 4

1 in 6

1 in 10

1 in 25

Question 20. Question :

Almost ___% of mentally ill female inmates reported having been physically and/or sexually abused prior to going to prison.

20

25

45

65

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