Tutorial Assignment Week 14 With Answer | Grief | Palliative Care

PT10403 TUTORIAL ASSIGNMENT WEEK 14

1. Erik Erikson believed that people who experience intimacy and generativity in earlier adulthood are more likely to develop _____ in later adulthood. a. trust b. integrity c. autonomy d. identity foreclosure 2. Daria is a 75-year-old widow who loves children. When schoolchildren walk by her house, she gives them flowers from her garden to take to their mothers. All the children in the neighborhood affectionately call her the “flower lady,” and they stop by at every chance for a cookie or a story from Daria. Erik Erikson would describe Daria as being in a state of _____. a. trust b. integrity c. autonomy d. intimacy 3. Erikson believed that elderly adults use their impending death as a motivation to look back and evaluate their life. This form of retrospection is what many theorists call: a. life review. b. identity resolution. c. integrity formation. d. retrospective spirit. 4. Which of the following is a therapy clinicians use to resolve the regrets and lower the depression older adults face? a. gestalt therapy b. reminiscence therapy c. schema therapy d. drama therapy 5. Which theory explains why older adults spend most of their time with familiar individuals and family? a. activity theory b. socioemotional selectivity theory c. social discontinuity theory d. disengagement theory 6. According to the socioemotional selectivity theory, individuals are motivated by two types of goals—emotional and: a. spiritual. b. practical. c. relational. d. knowledge-related.

adultcentrism 11. and compensation. volunteers 4 hours each week in the hospital gift shop and reads a story to second-grade children for 45 minutes every Monday morning. c. Older adults not being hired for new jobs. age incongruity. her son d. have a smaller social circle. low religiosity and high materialism c. health 9. ageism. d. remuneration. her daughter b. b. Research shows that compared to her peers who do not engage in any volunteer work. Older adults focus on _____. enhancement. generational inequity. c. selection. Mavis. gerontophobia c. the oldest-old focus on _____. cognitive fitness. a. compensation. thinking about life b. be more satisfied with her life. family. d. being eased out of old ones because they are perceived as too rigid or feebleminded. 8. c. optimization. an 84-year-old frail elder? a. and optimization. low agreeableness and high neuroticism d. low extroversion and low openness 10. Prejudice against others because of their age. her sister c. friends. Who is the most likely caregiver for Mrs. family c. Which of the two personality traits in the Big Five factors of personality are associated with mortality (an earlier death)? a. especially prejudice against older adults is known as _____. be more depressed. d. b. assortment. family. ageism b. selection. and being eased out because they are not considered cost effective are examples of: a. a. her daughter-in-law 13.PT10403 TUTORIAL ASSIGNMENT WEEK 14 7. Mavis is more likely to: a. be more stressed. adultism d. reorganization. eldercare. and remuneration. age 72. low conscientiousness and high neuroticism b. and enhancement. . Downes. 12. physical fitness d. b. Life-span developmentalist Paul Baltes and his colleagues believe that successful aging is related to three main factors: a.

A “good death” involves all of the following EXCEPT: a. d. competitive c. Palliative care . Terminal care b. He has been in a vegetative state for over three years. Active euthanasia is legal in: a. passive euthanasia. acceptance. Africa and India. anxiety. 19. Canada and Sweden. symbols 16. capitalistic b. c. materialistic 15.PT10403 TUTORIAL ASSIGNMENT WEEK 14 14. 18. It is observed that respect for older adults is greater in _____ cultures than in _____ cultures. families d. individualistic d. passive euthanasia. acceptable euthanasia. his family agrees to end his suffering by administering a lethal dose of a drug. 20. religious or community death rites. spiritualistic. c. collectivistic. d. End-of-life care c. Basilio sustained severe and irreversible brain damage due to an accidental overdose of insulin. natural euthanasia. c. objects c. people b. _____ is a program committed to making the end of life as free from pain. This is an example of: a. active euthanasia. culturally acceptable euthanasia. c. b. appropriate medical care. b. a. religious. natural euthanasia. Damon has been terminally ill with multiple fractures to his skull. Robert Kastenbaum emphasizes that the death system in any culture is comprised of several components. China and Japan. His wife and his children decided to remove the life-support system. support from loved ones. and depression as possible. the Netherlands and Uruguay. active euthanasia. a. b. d. and Basilio subsequently died. 17. socialistic. Hospice d. This is an example of: a. d. b. Finally. Which of the following is NOT one of those components? a.

Most tend to get back to normal life after a brief grieving period. because she is convinced that her treatments will be completely effective. They were keen to get back into marital relations as early as possible. illnesses. genetic disorders. Denial can help to insulate the dying person from coping with intense feelings of anger. c. automobile accidents. heart disease. denial. d. 24. c. Most deaths that occur during adolescence are caused by: a. nor did he have anyone with whom he could share his grief. b. For a terminally ill person. She has told her daughter that she knows that she has the disease but is not really worried about dying from it. secret grief. Although he loved her very much.PT10403 TUTORIAL ASSIGNMENT WEEK 14 21. when she died he did not attend her wake or funeral. b. d. c. bargaining. which of the following can be the most useful benefit of denying one’s imminent death? a. 25. Denial encourages the person to further develop his or her understanding of what will happen after death. b. Denial helps shield family members from negative feelings. Which of the following is true regarding reactions of widowed individuals following the death of a spouse? a. Denial shields the person from addressing the issue of death. Bob had been in a 20-year relationship with a woman who was married to someone else. d. c. This type of grief is known as: a. c. terminal drop. complicated grief. d. Lucy has just found out that she has cancer. hidden grief. 23. 22. . They were likely to increase their religious and spiritual beliefs. realistic acceptance. Most of them experienced prolonged grief periods and developed depressive symptoms soon. d. b. b. Lucy may be engaging in: a. disenfranchised grief.

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