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1. Which of the following is a healthy coping mechanism for stress?

a. Exercising b. changing your environment c. drinking alcohol d. a and b

2. What is a symptom of stress?
a. memory problems b. headaches c. eating too much or little d. all of the above
3. The main keys to managing stress are:______
a. Recognizing and understanding the signs of stress
b. Identifying sources of stress
c. Identifying what we can and can’t control
d. All of the above
4. What is the biggest part of the brain?
a. Cerebrum b. thalamus c. brain stem d. cerebellum
5. Which lobe in the brain can help people to understand what they feel and see?
a. Parietal lobe b. Frontal lobe c. Occipital lobe d. Temporal lobe
6. Which lobe in the brain controls our thinking process and our reaction?
a. Parietal lobe b. Temporal lobe c. Frontal lobe d. Occipital lobe
7. The following are ways to improve your intelligence EXCEPT_____
a. Get quality sleep b. experience new things c. think positive d .think high
8. What is the most common mental health disorder?
a. Eating disorder b. depression c. schizophrenia d. epilepsy
9. People with mental illness are violent and unpredictable.
a. True b. False c. maybe d. not at all
10. Most kids with ADHD are both hyperactive and inattentive
a. False b. true c. maybe d. sometimes
11. Which is NOT a type of eating disorder?
a. Anorexia nervosa b. Bulimia nervosa c. Binge eating disorder d. none of the above
12. What anxiety disorder is defined as “irrational fear”?
a. Phobia b. Panic Disorder c. Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder d. ADHD
13. Clarizz checks light switches, water facets, the stove and locks doors at least three times before going to bed.
This scenario describes which of the following disorders?
a. Panic Disorder b. Obsessive Compulsive Disorder c. Phobia d. Panic Disorder
14. Jerome is a World War II veteran and is awoken every night by nightmares of events that occur when he was
fighting overseas. This describes:
a. Phobia b. Panic disorder c. Post-traumatic Stress Disorder d. ADHD
15. Young people who experience excessive fear, worry or uneasiness.
a. Anxiety b. Bipolar c. Eating disorder d. Anorexia
16. Children and adolescents who demonstrate exaggerated mood swings that range from highs to extreme lows
may have?
a. Eating disorder b. Bipolar c. ADHD d. Panic disorder
17. Emotional Intelligence is:
a. The ability for an individual to know one’s emotions and manage them
b. The ability for an individual to motivate one’s self
c. The ability for an individual to recognize emotions in others
d. All of the above
18. The following are types of responses EXCEPT_____
a. Passive response b. assertive response c. aggressive response d. collective response
19. Which of the following statements are assertive?
a. You stupid! Stop tapping your pencil!
b. I would really like to talk to you about the phone bill.
c. Where did you hide the remote this time? In the coach again?
d. You can have it. I’ll just have some milk instead of ice cream.
20. One of the most dominant features of individual differences is _____________
a. personality b. intellect c. values d. behavior
21. Which of the following is NOT an element of a healthy relationship?
a. Trust one another c. one person makes all the decisions
b. Respect one another d. open and honest communication
22. The following statement is a healthy relationship, both partners EXCEPT_________
a. Honest with each other c. treated with kindness and respect
b. Respect each privacy d. like to spend time together
23. Expressing gratitude to our friends and family help us maintain good relationships.
a. false b. true c. maybe d. sometimes
24. Personal relationships are relationship between people, especially those between friends, lovers and family
a. maybe b. true c. false d. sometimes
25. Our loved ones cannot help us when we deal with stress.
a. true b. false c. sometimes d. maybe