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Course 5T - Quiz 3

 

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1)
MOVING ON TO STUDY GUIDE 3 - The Core Concepts of Traumatic Stress Responses in Childhood: How many 'Core Concepts are presented in Part 3 (Study Guide 3) of this course?
 
7
5
12
9
 
2)
Every traumatic event contains a variety of 'traumatic moments' to which the child is responding afterward. What is an example of a factor which can contribute to the complexity of the child's reaction to a 'traumatic moment'?
 
The degree of objective life threat or physical injury, or the witnessing of actual injury or death.
The caregiver as the perpetrator of the traumatic event.
The child's thoughts and actions (or inactions) during the 'traumatic moment' - which may lead to feelings of confusion, guilt, regret, and/or anger afterward.
all of the above
none of the above
 
3)
Both child-intrinsic factors and child-extrinsic factors may act as vulnerability factors by exacerbating the adverse effects of trauma. Child-extrinsic factors include
 
temperament, prior exposure to trauma, and prior history of loss or psychopathology.
the surrounding physical, familial, community, and cultural environments including poverty.
 
4)
Understanding the broad range of children’s potential reactions to trauma and loss is essential to competent assessment, accurate diagnosis, and effective intervention.
 
True False
 
5)
Exposure to trauma can make it more difficult for children to distinguish between safe and unsafe situations, and may lead to significant changes in their own protective and risk-taking behavior.
 
True False
 
6)
Traumatic experiences, losses, and ongoing danger can significantly impact the affected child and his or her immediate family; but stable caregiving systems such as schools should not experience a serious disruption in their interaction and relationship with traumatized children.
 
True False
 
7)
Trauma and its aftermath can profoundly disrupt children’s developmental competencies and achievement of milestones. These developmental disruptions can include which of the following?
 
Regressive behavior and inability to participate in developmentally appropriate activities
Developmental accelerations such as leaving home at an early age and engagement in precocious sexual behavior
Increased risk for exposure to additional trauma such as sexual abuse, motor vehicle accidents, and peer suicide.
all of the above
only the first and third results, above
 
8)
What is true about the effect of traumatic experiences upon a child's brain?
 
Trauma can impact the development of the child's 'danger apparatus' - i.e., the brain's neurobiological capacity to appraise and respond to dangerous situations.
Trauma does not physically affect the brain structures, neurophysiological pathways, or neuroendocrine systems in children.
 
9)
Culture strongly influences the rituals and other ways through which children and families grieve over and mourn their losses, and therefore must be considered in the treatment of trauma.
 
True False
 

 

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