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CHAPTER 11: PYSCHOSOCIAL INTERVENTIONTEST REVIEW
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Athletes who sustain injuries that disable them from performing may experience:A. Fear B. Depression C. Anger D. All of the choices are correct
Which of the following is the final Kubler-Ross stage?A. Acceptance B. Anger C. Bargaining D. Depression
One of the most common mental and emotional stress producers is:A. Anxiety B. Fear C. Staleness D. Complacency
Deterioration in the usual standard of performance, chronic fatigue, indigestion, and inability to sleep often accompany: A. Complacency B. Malingering C. Laziness D. Staleness
An athletic trainer should do which of the following when dealing with an injured athlete:A. Be a good listener B. Find out what the problem is C. Be aware of body image D. All of the above
Which of the following is an outward sign of overreaction?A. Weakness B. Argumentativeness C. Nausea D. Confusion
Which of the following is an outward sign of an overreaction to an injury?A. Weakness, trembling B. Hyperactivity C. Perspiration D. Emotionlessness
In which of the phases of rehabilitation does the patient feel fearful and may be in denial?A. Immediate post-injury B. Advanced rehabilitation C. Early postoperative D. Post rehabilitation
During stress the threat is immediate and the body's response is instantaneous.A. Chronic B. Acute C. Anxiety D. Exhaustive
Two types of stress are:A. No stress and high stress B. Eustress and distress C. Happy stress and sad stress D. Daily stress and chronic stress
Which of the following mood disorders can be treated with light therapy?A. Panic attacks B. Posttraumatic stress disorder C. Phobia D. Seasonal affective disorder
In performing progressive muscle relaxation, the athlete must first tense the muscles for seconds, and then relax them for seconds. A. 5-7; 10-15 B. 5-7; 20-30 C ; 10-15 D ; 20-30
A mental training technique used to quell an active mind is:A. Progressive muscle relaxation B. "Fight or flight" response C. Meditation D. Psychoanalysis
During meditation all of the following are performed EXCEPT:A. Muscles are tensed and then relaxed B. Several deep breaths are taken C. A word is repeated several times D. Eyes are closed
The first step in arm relaxation is to:Bonus The first step in arm relaxation is to: A. Relax hand and forearm B. Straighten arm C. Bend elbow D. Clench fist
As a result of staleness, athletes will exhibit higher blood pressure or an increased pulse rate, both at rest and during activity.
During times of chronic stress, there is a decrease in blood corticosteroids from the adrenal cortex, resulting in the "fight or flight" response.
Injury may affect an athlete as much psychologically as it does physiologically.
After an athlete has received a serious injury, a common error is for the athletic trainer to try to talk the person out of being angry or depressed.
BONUS The athlete who enters a contest while angry, frustrated, or discouraged is less prone to injury than the individual who is going all out in the competition.
Every athletic trainer should be familiar with the appropriate counseling skills necessary to address an athlete's concerns and fears.
An athlete must be informed and able to vent any frustration during the rehabilitation process.
The rate and degree of injury acceptance is the same for all athletes.
To ensure that there is a maximum positive response, all aspects of the rehab process must be explained in layman's terms to the athlete.
If an athlete is experiencing burnout, he/she begins to have a negative self concept, a negative attitude and a loss of concern for the feelings of others.
Relaxation technique in which you focus on a mental stimulation
Symptoms of chronic fatigue and apathy in which to overcome, decrease duration of practice but with high intensity
The feeling of uncertainty or apprehension
A technique that one creates an experience in the mind
Forces that can be positive or negative
Final Jeopardy Make your wager
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