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Psychological First Aid | Modules 3 & 4 Quiz Answer

Psychological First Aid | Modules 3 & 4 Quiz Answer


Psychological First Aid 

Modules 3 & 4 Quiz Answer

In this article i am gone to share Coursera Course Psychological First Aid Week 3 Modules 3 & 4 Quiz Answer with you..


Week 3

Modules 3 & 4 Quiz Answer


Question 1)

ASSESSMENT is an essential aspect of PFA, but we use the term in a far broader context than usual. Remember that the psychological INTERVENTION stage is largely predicated upon the ________ needs of the person in distress.

  • Rumored
  • Idiosyncratic
  • Medically assessed
  • None of these options


Question 2)

Much of your specific INTERVENTION is derived from the ASSESSMENT. In order to formulate your intervention plan, you must:

  • Administer psychological tests
  • Listen to the survivor’s “story”
  • Hold a case conference
  • None of these options


Question 3)

The survivor’s “story” consists of the person’s reactions to the event refined by:

  • Verification from others
  • A detailed recollection of the critical incident
  • The situational context, or brief description of the critical incident
  • None of these options


Question 4)

When the survivor uses terms like anxiety or depression, it is important to:

  • Call for assistance
  • Immediately ask if the survivor intends suicide
  • Ask for clarification of what those word mean
  • None of these options


Question 5)

There will typically be three groups of survivors after a critical incident: Eustress, Distress, and:

  • Happy
  • Depressed
  • Panicked
  • None of these options


Question 6)

The primary difference between survivors who are DISTRESSED vs DYSFUNCTION is that the DYSFUNCTIONAL group:

  • Need more emergent assistance
  • Is incapable of discharging necessary responsibilities
  • Is incapable of performing usual activities of daily living
  • All of these options


Question 7)

Risk-based psychological triage that focuses primarily upon factors such as dislocation, seeing human remains, and separation from friends may be less effective as an assessment and triage tool than evidence-based triage because:

  • Risk-based is probability based
  • Risk-based predictors explain relatively little variance
  • Evidence-based triage focuses upon the behaviors that are necessary for adaptive functioning
  • All of these options

Question 8)

In the simulation’s flawed example, during initial ASSESSMENT, George makes a significant error by:

  • Not effectively listening
  • Prematurely asking about suicide
  • Prematurely focusing on Gina’s crying
  • All of these options

Question 9)

In the simulation’s flawed example, during the PRIORITIZATION, George makes a significant error by:

  • Recommending she stay in an unfamiliar place
  • Not listening to Gina’s desire to stay with her relative
  • Suggesting that a pool would be relaxing, in the wake of a water-related disaster
  • All of these options


Question 10)

In the “correct” simulation, George makes a good point by:

  • Suggesting Gina stay at the hotel with other survivors
  • Acknowledging the value of staying with her relative close by the remains of her home
  • None of these options
  • All of these options