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Business NameFUNERAL DIVISION C O E CONTINUING EDUCATION

 

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  • CEU CREDIT
    • 3 HR Psychological Aspects of Death and Dying .MT FUNERAL
    • 15-5819 PN# 1105
    • 08/19/2019
    • 3 hours

     

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  • MT

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    1.The fear of death has many real components and is shaped by an individual’s age, intellect, health, family history, psychological state, and religious background?
    True   False
    2.Because the timing and nature of one’s death are unknown, human beings recognize that, unless they die suddenly, they run the risk of dying over some greater or lesser amount of time?
    True   False
    3.Historically, the Christian faith has taught that, in the “end,” the forces of good and evil fight to claim the immortal soul, and such separation of the soul from the body involves pain?
    True   False
    4.“Death anxiety” is a term used to conceptualize the apprehension generated by death awareness (Abdel-Khalek, 2005)?
    True   False
    5.Used in only 4 percent of the studies published since its development by Hoelter in 1977, the Hoelter Multidimensional Fear of Death Scale (MFODS) features eight independent subscales, each containing six items on which respondents indicate the extent of their agreement?
    True   False
    6.Shakespeare expressed a powerful death-accepting philosophy in Henry V when he wrote, "We owe God a death."?
    True   False
    7.Ultimately, sensitivity to cultural variances offers the funeral professional an opportunity to provide the best service possible?
    True   False
    8.There are two overriding values at the heart of the Jewish tradition in regard to death. One is kavod hamet, the requirement to "honor the dead"; the second is nichum avelim, the obligation to comfort the mourners?
    True   False
    9.No matter how particular customs have changed or evolved over time (either through the influence of other cultures or through increased urbanization), mourning customs among blacks are seen as a means of strengthening the community?
    True   False
    10.Mexican-Americans see grief as both an emotional and a physical process. Females exemplify the emotional and males the physical symptoms of grief?
    True   False
    11.Although Piaget had little to say about death, his developmental theory seems to suggest that a child would have to be older than nine or ten years to cognitively grasp the personal finality of death?
    True   False
    12.Adolescents formulate abstract ideas about the nature of death. For example, adolescents describe death as darkness, light, transition, or nothingness?
    True   False
    13.Due to advances in science, medicine, and geriatric health care, the number of "elders" in our society will continue to increase?
    True   False
    14.According to Dr. Kubler-Ross’s book on Death and Dying, when we learn that we have little time left on earth, we respond in a series of emotional reactions that eventually lead us to acceptance. These reactions are as follows?
    True   False
    15.When people discover they are dying from a terminal illness or condition, often their initial response is to deny the inevitable event in order to cope with the shock of finality?
    True   False
    16.Striking out at family members, doctors, and nurses is a typical reaction. In fact, anyone who approaches the dying person might feel the hostility the patient is experiencing?
    True   False
    17.Over time, people reach a stage at which they try to strike bargains with death. They begin to accept the inevitable and start looking to “extend the lease.”?
    True   False
    18.Lofland’s term “population” refers to the question of whether the patient chooses to play out the dying role alone or in the company of others who are dying also?
    True   False
    19.A “system,” by definition, is a group of elements that interact and function together as a whole?
    True   False
    20.A death plan, quite simply, is a commitment made by all systems to follow through on agreed-upon actions that support the dying patient?
    True   False
    21.What is important about the death plan from a systems perspective is that it must clearly express the roles and responsibilities of each system and how they will interrelate on behalf of the patient?
    True   False
    22.Without this constant sharing of information, families of dying patients and the professional systems who interact with them may encounter situations that create frustration, confusion, embarrassment, or open conflict-taking away focus and energy that are better spent on the dying patient?
    True   False
    23.Regardless of who takes on the job, communication is still the essential task of the death plan?
    True   False
    24.The word "probate" comes from the Latin for “to prove.” It refers to the court proceedings required to settle on the estate?
    True   False
    25.The executor is responsible for taking an inventory of the estate, connecting assets, paying all debts and claims against the estate, paying taxes, arranging for the preparation of documents, distributing property to those who are entitled to it, and eventually closing the estate?
    True   False
    26.A person who writes a will is called a "testator"?
    True   False
    27.Except for a surviving spouse, only parties related to a descendant through bloodlines or by legal adoption are considered heirs; persons related by marriage, such as in-laws, or by informal relationships, such as cohabitants, foster children or friends, are excluded from intestacy statutes?
    True   False
    28.Upon death, our personal property becomes the “estate.”?
    True   False