Q1 __ is an ancient Chinese technique of inserting fine needles into specific points in the body to ease pain and stimulate bodily functions.        Q2 ____ is the use of micro doses of natural substances to boost immunity.       
Q3 Authored the concepts of transference and counter-transference        
Q4 _____ be seen as the logical extension of illness behaviour to complete integration into the medical care system.        
Q5 Patient/ doctor relationship are sometimes unequal and requires higher levels of trust.        
Q6 The sick person should seek technically competent help and cooperate with the physician.       
Q7 The stages of illness experience includes the following Except____       
Q8 Get the audience attention, comprehension, yielding, retention and action are steps in ___       
Q9 Theory of Reasoned Action        
Q10 The potential for behaviour to occur in any specific situation is a function of the expectancy that the behaviour will lead to a particular reinforcement in that situation and the value of that outcome�??        
Q11 Strict adherence to medication and related health activities could be obtainable here.        
Q12 Colds, Bronchitis, Tonsillitis and Appendicitis. These are examples of_________        
Q13 The symptoms are fairly intense and resolve in short period of time as either cure or death in the patient.        
Q14 Dynamics of family relationships is an example of ___component of illness dynamics        
Q15 Genetic endowment is an example of ___component of illness dynamics       
Q16 This applies when the physician and the patient participate actively to achieve treatment.        
Q17 This form of human behaviour is open, observable and possibly measured        
Q18 __ behaviour refers to typical, expected or ordinary activities that generally conform to a given norm and dictate of a society.        
Q19 This type of behaviour can sometimes be observed through body languages and facial gesture       
Q20 ___ this means that human behaviour requires a language to express feelings and emotions       
Q21 This arises most often when the patient has an acute, often more infectious illness like measles or flu.       
Q22 Common ingredients in ___are such substances as ginger tea, honey, whisky, lemon juice, garlic, pepper, salt, etc.        
Q23 Rights�?? do not always apply       
Q24 __identified three types of authority: charismatic; using the force of personality, traditional; how it has always been, and rational/legal authority, which relies on a framework of rules and specialist knowledge.       
Q25 The sick can be viewed as a social threat. Because they are relieved of social obligations       
Q26 ___ enable a person to report self-experiences of health on a dayto-day basis.       
Q27 The sick person should try to get well        
Q28 ___ refers to the way in which symptoms are perceived, evaluated and acted upon by a person who recognizes such pain, discomfort or other signs of organic malfunctioning       
Q29 ____ was developed to explain and predict behaviour in health context        
Q30 The Health Belief Model        
Q31 This asserts that individuals are motivated to maximize gains and minimize losses.        
Q32 For the psychologist, ___ involves the development of interventions to help people practice good health habits and change poor ones       
Q33 The condition arises when there is a brief interruption in the normal electrical function of the brain.       
Q34 __ is by definition a self-limiting disease which is mostly characterized by the symptoms having a rapid onset.        
Q35 Interpersonal aspects of the therapeutic relationship (e.g., countertransferance of healthcare providers)       
Q36 Nature, severity, and time course of disease       
Q37 __ defined illness as an experience of discomfort and suffering.       
Q38 Here, behaviour is closed, hidden and not readily observable. Certain cultural practices could trigger this type of behavioural pattern        
Q39 Here a person is unaware of a stimulus or event.       
Q40 ___ this means human behaviour which is independent of a formal language.       
Q41 In biology, _______ Refers to any abnormal condition of an organism that impairs function.       
Q42 _________ Is a collection of signs or symptoms that occur together        
Q43 A view that being healthy is the absence of illness defines what dimention of health?        
Q44 Accoding to Cole (1970), _______ Is a specific kinds of biologic reaction to injury that affects the internal environment of the body        
Q45 This refers to classification of diseases.       
Q46 This can lead to unnecessary worry and result in people wasting Doctor’s time.        
Q47 Being spur to eat and live healthy is an advantage of which dimention of health?       
Q48 A person who is less anxious about his health, displays an advantage of ___________ of health       
Q49 Belief that being healthy is a state achieved by continous effort, is an example of _________ ,        
Q50 Belief that being healthy is being without physical diseases, is an example of _______ of health        
Q51 These are dimentions of Health except ____,       
Q52 Activities that conforms to a given norm and dictate is regarde as a _____ behaviour       
Q53 This the human behaviour that is observable, open and measuralbe.        
Q54 Human behaviour that requires language to express feelings and emotions is ______,       
Q55 This is not a feature of human behavior.       
Q56 A_______ is a simple , inborn, automatic response to a stimulus by a part of an organism        
Q57 Behaviour is categorised as innate or learned but the present at birth is___,        
Q58 All ornisms are capable of _______ stimuli        
Q59 _______is any phenomenon that directly influences the activity or growth of a living organism       
Q60 The term behaviour generally refers to actions or reactions of an organism in response to__,       
Q61 This applies when the patient is seriously ill or being treated on an emergency basis in a state of relative helplessness because of a severe injury or lack of consciousness.       
Q62 This is the use of suggestions, power and faith in God to achieve healing.       
Q63 Individual may not accept passive patient�?? role.       
Q64 The medical profession acts as �??gate-keeper against this.        
Q65 Patient must submit to bodily inspection, high potential for intimacy, breaches social taboos.       
Q66 Sick Role Concept       
Q67 The sick person is exempt from �??normal�?� social roles        
Q68 __ is concerned with the widely different ways that individuals behave in response to disease.       
Q69 This theory is based on the assumption that most human behaviour is under voluntary control and hence is largely guided by intention.        
Q70 Social Learning Theory        
Q71 Patient idealizes the doctor, taking form in transference.       
Q72 Health-related behaviour that are firmly established and often performed automatically, without awareness        
Q73 __ are those that occur across the whole spectrum of illnesses.       
Q74 Cultural attitudes is an example of ___component of illness dynamics       
Q75 Maturity of ego functioning and object relationships       
Q76 These are major components of illness Dynamics, Except?        
Q77 ___ defined Illness as the experience of suffering and discomfort, which may or may not be related to objective physical pathology.        
Q78 Here, behaviour is performed willingly and controlled, and not forced.        
Q79 ___this refers to a state of being aware of a stimulus or event        
Q80 Doctors, as well as staff, may feel frightened of these patients        


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