Course Test   

Business NameFUNERAL DIVISION C O E CONTINUING EDUCATION

 

  • Title :
  • CEU Number :
  • Date :
  • CEU CREDIT
    • 4 hr Psychosocial Aspects of Grief .NJ FUNERAL
    • 4647
    • 12/12/2019
    • 4 hours

     

  • State :
  • NJ

  • Test    
      
    1.Various researchers and clinicians make the distinction that grief is a normal reaction to loss, while mourning is the process of adjustment and adaptation to the loss.?
    True   False
    2.Whether viewed as a reaction or a process, grief is regarded as the natural accompaniment to loss, be it death of a pet, divorce, loss of a job, or death of a lifetime friend.?
    True   False
    3.A common initial cognition among grievers is disbelief--an unwillingness to acknowledge that the loss has occurred.?
    True   False
    4.Interpreting Lindemann, Stroebe suggests that grief work involves reliving, thinking through, and breaking down each “item” of the shared relationship between the bereaved and the deceased, and feeling whatever pain this process may produce.?
    True   False
    5.Research has shown that when deaths are sudden or are considered "untimely," it is frequently more difficult for loved ones than when death is anticipated.?
    True   False
    6.In contrast to Raphael’s large "umbrella" categories influencing the grief process, Rando (1984) identified twenty separate factors that impact the psychological component of bereavement.?
    True   False
    7.In American culture it is traditionally expected that males will maintain an outward appearance of calm and control, while females are permitted a wider range of emotional display.?
    True   False
    8.While Western society generally accepts the adage that practice makes perfect, familiarity with loss and death does not automatically enable the bereaved to manage sequential or later losses better than someone experiencing death for the first time.?
    True   False
    9.Sociological factors are those that are "outside" the bereaved; they include the social structure of the family and the overall society around the bereaved, which consists of any and all structures of which the bereaved is a member (i. e., work group, church, community organizations, hobby groups, ethnic associations).?
    True   False
    10.In 1917 Sigmund Freud, in his classic psychoanalytic study "Melancholia and Mourning," described grief as a task carried out bit by bit, under great expense of time and (cathectic) energy.?
    True   False
    11.Like Freud, Lindemann also suggested that the grief process is "work" and addressed the issue of pain.?
    True   False
    12.John Bowlby (1980) derived his theory about the process of grief from a relational viewpoint, the result of his clinical studies and the formation of his well-known attachment theory.?
    True   False
    13.C. M. Parkes (1972) writes from a clinical viewpoint and defines grief as “the only functional psychiatric disorder whose cause is known, whose features are distinctive and whose course is usually predictable”.?
    True   False
    14.In 1944 Erich Lindemann presented the first writings about physical reactions to loss. Lindemann viewed grief as a painful but essential psychological process and delineated between normal and pathological grief.?
    True   False
    15.The term "stages of grief" refers to a process that describes personal manifestations of grief. This process involves universal tasks that those in mourning will work through in some form and at some time during their period of bereavement.?
    True   False
    16.In 1961 psychiatrist John Bowlby defined the goal of attachment behavior as an individual’s way of maintaining proximity or communication with the person to whom the individual is attached.?
    True   False
    17.In her book No Time for Goodbyes (1990), Janice Harris-Lord describes “fight” or “flight” denial.?
    True   False
    18.The numbness stage is a psychological state that allows some survivors to organize and carry out the social activities of the funeral week.?
    True   False
    19.Disorientation is a time when the bereaved fluctuates between wanting to look back (searching) one day and want to move forward (resolution) the next.?
    True   False
    20.Bereavement is a condition that is as individual as the people who are experiencing it.?
    True   False
    21.Encouraging the griever to actualize the loss--to accept it as real--is a second strategy in reaching out to the bereaved.?
    True   False
    22.William Worden (1991) makes a distinction between grief counseling and grief therapy. He states: The goal in grief therapy is somewhat different from the goal of grief counseling.?
    True   False
    23.The goal of grief counseling is to facilitate the task of mourning in the recently bereaved in order that the bereavement process will come to a successful termination.?
    True   False
    24.In prolonged grief, therapeutic techniques address problems for people who are consciously aware that, after suffering the loss for many months or even years, they are not coming to an adequate resolution of their grief.?
    True   False
    25.The Egyptians, Greeks, and Romans all used funeral practices to encourage solidarity among members of society.?
    True   False
    26.In the United States prior to 1830, the deceased had been laid out at home, some-times in a roughly made pine box.?
    True   False
    27.Traditional funerary treatments and preparations for the deceased’s body, which were previously done by family and friends, were replaced in the twentieth century by outsiders whose profession was to hndle those duties; subsequently, they were labeled "undertakers.”?
    True   False
    28.Funeral rituals speak to the needs of individuals by providing psychological and social opportunities for them to work through the grief process.?
    True   False
    29.According to Farrell (1980), religious thought in the nineteenth century migrated from the morbid, medieval notions of death to ideas developed from the logic and reason inherited from the Age of Enlightenment.?
    True   False