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I need help with a Psychology question. All explanations and answers will be used to help me learn.

Answer the Quiz


**just answering the questions no writing needed

**multiple choice questions

Please help me answer the 5 following questions:

1-When the authors write that “natural resilience may outweigh any benefits that psychological debriefing models like Critical Incident Stress Debriefing (CISM) provides,” they mean that:

*If 90% of people will be naturally resilient to disaster-induced distress, it is better not to use psychological intervention.

*It is dangerous to use psychological debriefing for all populations, and therefore it should never be used

*It is better to allow natural resilience to occur than to introduce an intervention that may expose some to higher risk for PTSD.

*People enjoy debriefing and therefore it can be seen as the same as natural resilience.



2-In helping guide children through grief and loss, especially of a parent, it is good to be cognizant of the following:

*Because development determines the ability for the child to process death, allowing the child to play and proceed as normal is the best approach until the child is old enough to understand the loss.

*Talking about the death may reinforce the child’s denial and avoidance of the event, which may undermine the mourning process.

*If the child is very young, the missing parent will be impossible to reconcile as being dead, so it is best not to confront the issue.

*Allowing the child the leeway to talk about the death or not will help the child to feel safe and comfortable, despite a possibility that a period of denial is extended.



3-Which of the following factors play a significant role in the child’s move towards reconstruction following a disaster?

*Peer groups become more important than parents for all children older than age 5; therefore, friends and peer groups have an outsized influence on children.

*Parents’ psychosocial functioning plays a significant role.

*Emphasis on a child’s internal emotional state is the one thing that really matters.

*Regardless of how parents cope, as long as they are nearby, children will rebound.



4-Children may be at greater risk for PTSD if any of the following characteristics are met:

*Peer-groups that include youth that engage in adverse coping behaviors

*Perception of a threat to one’s life

*If the child is biologically female, she will be at higher risk generally

*Demographic characteristics that include relative affluence



5-Older adults are especially prone to a debilitating adjustment stress called:

*Relocation syndrome

*Transfer trauma

*Sensory limitation

*Adjustment trauma

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