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Psychological First Aid | Modules 1 & 2 Quiz Answer

Psychological First Aid  Modules 1 & 2 Quiz Answer

Psychological First Aid 

Modules 1 & 2 Quiz Answer


In this article i am gone to share Coursera Course Psychological First Aid Week 2 Modules 1 & 2 Quiz Answer with you..


Week 2

Modules 1 & 2 Quiz Answer


Question 1)

When considering the mental health aspects of public health emergencies and disasters, we are most concerned with the phenomenon of:

  • Stress
  • Surge
  • Post traumatic stress disorder (PTSD)
  • None of these options


Question 2)

Experiences in the United States and other countries have shown repeatedly that following disasters, particularly those occasioned by violence, there is an increase of demand for health services, including mental health. This requires:

  • More shelters
  • Increased surge capacity
  • More psychologists
  • None of these options


Question 3)

An analysis of over 160 empirical studies conducted by Norris and her colleagues (2006) revealed evidence of severe to very severe impairment (interference with functioning) among survivors. What percent of survivors were incapacitated?

  • 10
  • 20
  • 50
  • None of these options


Question 4)

According to Beverly Raphael, what percent of survivors of a disaster could benefit from PFA?

  • 25
  • 20
  • 15
  • 10


Question 5)

According to Boscarino, et al (2011), crisis intervention, when compared to multi-session psychotherapy, was found to be:

  • Less effective
  • More effective
  • No comparison could be made
  • About the same in terms of effectiveness


Question 6)

The Johns Hopkins approach to enhancing surge capacity relies upon:

  • Establishing better transportation systems
  • Building and enhancing local response capacity via PFA
  • Building and enhancing external response capacity via PFA
  • None of these options


Question 7)

In the simulation you watched George approach Gina as she enters the disaster relief center. In the “flawed” example, what did George do that was in error?

  • He failed to listen accurately
  • He tried to “fix” the problem
  • His comments were dismissive of Gina’s true concerns
  • All of these options


Question 8)

In the simulation you watched George approach Gina as she enters the disaster relief center. In the “correct” example, what did George do that indicated “reflective listening”?

  • He doesn’t walk up behind her
  • He waits for her to get oriented in the new place
  • He recognized Gina’s loss was far more than just a house
  • All of these options


Question 9)

As Gina first told her story to George, what seemed most on her mind?

  • Finding shelter
  • Losing her house
  • Her emotional attachment to the house
  • None of these options


Question 10)

By the end of their initial encounter, as shown in the “correct” simulation, what do you think Gina’s impression of George might be?

  • George is incompetent
  • None of these options
  • George is easily distracted
  • George is someone she can speak further to