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Which statement is FALSE about the causes of mental illness?

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a. It is the result the environment alone.


b. It is the result of abnormal brain functioning.
c. It is a brain disorder

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What coping strategies being shown by the following individuals?

Louie feels that his teacher in Algebra is deliberately making his life miserable. He hates the subjects
and failing it anyways. He decided to skip his Algebra class by going to the clinic or skipping school.

Select one:
a. Delegation - Complaining
b. Self-reliance - Emotion Regulation

c. Escape - Behavioral avoidance


d. Social Isolation - Social withdrawal

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Which of these are most common stressors among adolescents?

Select one:
a. family and financial conditions
b. school and family

c. interpersonal relationships and school


d. health and safety issues

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Quadrant A are logical thinkers. They like to know and manipulate theories, numbers, data and
research. They prefer activities like data collection and reading textbooks. However, they might have
difficulties with delegating tasks and other synergistic opportunities.

Which of these would be the best career options for this thinking style?

Select one:

a. engineer
b. nurse
c. artist
d. social worker

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Teenagers will try distinct roles that may be different from what is expected of them. This is the time
they try to figure out who they are. Adolescence can lead to ____.

Select one:

a. role confusion
b. role play
c. role assignment
d. role design

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Adolescents can get involved in the community. They can volunteer their time and skills to different
organizations. They will help give them a sense of ______ and connection with other people.

Select one:
a. entertainment
b. honor
c. experience

d. purpose

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______ is the combination of the characteristics or qualities, qualities and traits that form an
individual.

Select one:
a. age

b. personality
c. genes
d. family

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Resiliency is the ability to 'bounce back' from a stressful situation. A resilient person should be able
to:

Select one:
a. cope confidently with life's challenges

b. find the people to blame


c. endure hardships
d. learn from their experiences

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__________ coping strategies target the causes of stress. It aims to reduce or remove the cause of
the stressor.

Select one:

a. Problem-focused
b. Learning-focused
c. Stress-focused
d. Emotion-focused

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_____ from parents is crucial in helping adolescents in making decisions. This can help mature into
adulthood.

Select one:

a. Guidance
b. Presence
c. Rules
d. Approval

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Young people that have a sense of purpose feel good about themselves, and handle their own
problems better. We should encourage them to play an active role in the community.

Select one:

True
False

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______ is a neurodevelopmental disorder characterized by hyperactivity, inattention and impulsivity.

Select one:
a. Obsessive Compulsive Disorder (OCD)
b. Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD)

c. Attention Deficit Hyperactivity (ADHD)


d. Bipolar Disorder (BD)

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It describes the level that individuals perceive control over their own behaviors and those which are
external to themselves.

Select one:
a. motivation
b. education

c. locus of control
d. power

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Teenagers that are successfully managing their condition can become ____ to others.

Select one:
a. idols

b. role models
c. teacher
d. celebrity

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Read and analyze the situation: Wilma is eager to prove to her parents that she attend the youth
leadership camp. It is a three-day event in another city. She is trying to tell her parents that she can
take care of herself.

She is trying to ______.

Select one:
a. resolve personal issues and personal conflicts

b. gain more personal independence


c. adjust to sexually maturing bodies and feelings
d. understanding personal issues and personal conflicts

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Adolescence dominated by the need to __________ and the need to belong.

Select one:
a. stand in

b. stand out
c. stand for
d. stand at

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Learning a new skill can build a sense of ______ in adolescents. This can help boost their
confidence and independence.

Select one:
a. involvement

b. accomplishment
c. determination
d. connectedness

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He is known as the "Father of Brain Dominance". He proposed that the brain is divided into four
quadrants. He pointed out the each of us has a preference on how we think.

Select one:

a. Nedd Herrmann
b. Robert Sperry
c. Albert Einstein
d. Neil Armstrong

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Those with the _____ thinking styles are creative they look at the big picture. They have the
tendency to procrastinate.
Select one:

a. imaginative
b. analytical
c. visual
d. systematic

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Adolescents are often characterized by _____ behaviors and attitudes. They are too focused on their
own feelings, thinking and interests.

Select one:
a. selfish

b. egocentric
c. determined
d. negative

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One of the most important task in adolescence is the search for ____. They try out different roles
and personality until they find what suits them.

Select one:
a. career
b. adventure

c. identity
d. future

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____ is the use to technology in bullying which includes sending mean text messages, posting
videos, stories, or photos that ridicule someone, and spreading rumors through social networking
sites.

Select one:

a. cyberbullying
b. unbullying
c. virtual bullying
d. net bullying

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Adolescence are susceptible to the effects of bullying because of their need for ___.

Select one:
a. social skills
b. social level

c. social acceptance
d. social factor

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Which of these keywords describes a person with an interpersonal thinking styles?

Select one:
a. structured

b. emotional
c. logical
d. impersonal

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Which statement differentiates the words SYMPHATIZE and EMPHATIZE?

Select one:
a. Sympathize means to feel the same as the other person, while to empathize means to understand

the feelings of others and why they feel that way


b. Empathize means to feel the same as the other person, while to sympathize means to understand
the feelings of others and why they feel that way

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_____ is an early sign of maturation during adolescence. It is the sudden increase in height.

Select one:
a. grants
b. grades evaluation
c. graduation

d. growth spurt

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____ is any event or situation in a person's life that results to change or discomfort.

Select one:

a. Stress
b. Education
c. Growth
d. Reproduction

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Many metal illness begin during childhood and persist into adolescence. Which of these mental
illness starts commonly in adolescence?

Select one:

a. Bipolar Disorder (BD)


b. Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD)
c. Attention Deficit Hyperactivity (ADHD)

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_______ refers as someone's personal thoughts and feelings about one's overall condition. It is how
someone thinks about themselves, their self-concept.

Select one:
a. perceived self-efficacy

b. subjective well-being
c. competence
d. autonomy

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Any positive or negative expectation about circumstances, events, or people that may affect a
person's behavior toward them in a manner that causes those expectations to be fulfilled

Which of the following situations shows this concept?

Select one:
a. Mary used to always fail in class. She was not smart but hardworking. She kept her motivation

high and she graduate with distinction.


b. Nadya never exercises and eats a lot of junk food. She believes that her family has the fat gene.
She became chronically obese as adult.
c. Anna always believes that she bound to fail her math test no matter how much she studies. She
decided to just let it be. She was not surprised of the result.

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_______________ is the practice of turning your attention to a single point of reference. It can
involve focusing on the breath, on bodily sensations, or on a word or phrase.

Select one:
a. Texting

b. Meditation
c. Blogging
d. Sleeping

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The following statements is a definition of stress, except

Select one:
a. It is a response to pressure or threat
b. something that causes strong feelings of worry or anxiety
c. a state of mental or emotional strain

d. a mood disorder that causes a persistent feeling of sadness

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Maria likes order. She enjoys creating patterns and often use codes to remember facts. She enjoys
activities that are clear and methodical.

You can say that she has a _____ thinking style.

Select one:
a. Visual
b. Imaginative
c. Analytical

d. Systematic

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Adolescence is marked by physical, emotional and mental changes. Due to the________ changes.

Select one:
a. school
b. logistical

c. hormonal
d. factual

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The Department of Education implemented the School-Based Program that provides feeding
programs that primarily aims to improve the nutritional status of the beneficiaries by at least 70% at
the end of 120 days. It aims to increase classroom attendance by 85% and improve the children's
health and nutritional values and behavior.

Which statement shows the importance for this project?

Select one:
a. Healthy foods should be made available in cafeterias
b. Schools should teach proper eating habits to students as part of their holistic development.

c. Learning and development is should also address the physical needs of students.

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Our individual experiences help shape our personality. It includes the unique and significant
__________ from our childhood to the present moment.

Select one:
a. crisis and development

b. events and experiences


c. stages and success
d. grades and certificates1

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___ is also important. We also need to take time to rest, relax and take care of our physical needs.

Select one:
a. air
b. clothes

c. health
d. money

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It is a mood disorder characterized by intense and persistent negative emotions. It results to a


negative impact on people's lives resulting to social, educational, personal and family difficulties.

Select one:
a. Learning Disorder
b. Schizophrenia

c. Depression
d. Eating disorder

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"Your beliefs become your thoughts,


Your thoughts become your words,
Your words become your actions,
Your actions become your habits,
Your habits become your values,
Your values become your destiny."
- Mahatma Gandhi

What does this quote say about personal beliefs?

Select one:
a. Destiny is result of events that are beyond our control and must accept it

b. Our beliefs about ourselves and the world around us can ultimately affect our future actions
c. Parents should teach their children how to think and act properly for a better future.
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_____is the developmental stage between puberty and adulthood.

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a. adolescence
b. teenager
c. old age
d. professional

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Families, friends, peers and other people are few of the people we interact with. These _____ can
also affect our development.

Select one:
a. crisis
b. communication

c. interpersonal relationships
d. cultural factors

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_____ during the adolescent years can bring physical, psychological changes.

Select one:
a. Depression

b. Hormonal changes
c. Social pressure
d. Peer Pressure

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It is crucial to encourage young people to develop ______ coping strategies. This can help them
respond productively to stress.

Select one:
a. few
b. numerous
c. negative

d. positive

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There are two factors that affect a person development, nurture (environment) and __________
(genes, inherited traits).

Select one:
a. natural
b. nurturing
c. national

d. nature

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What are the significant stressors among adolescents?


Select one:
a. parental expectations, health and social issues
b. puberty, social acceptance and economy

c. hormonal changes, peers and sense of identity

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William friends are turning into bullies. A few of their practical jokes are getting very aggressive. He
doesn't want to participate and think they are really causing more pain that fun. His friends he thinks
he just being a teacher's pet whenever he tries to stop them.

Which developmental task/skill does he need:

Select one:
a. established a positive view about his identity
b. finding purpose and a personal identity
c. adjust to sexually maturing bodies and feelings

d. form friendships that are mutually close and supportive

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Stressors can result to mental health and behavioral problems which includes ____.

Select one:

a. depression, aggression and antisocial acts


b. depression, anxiety and cancer
c. aggression, laziness and learning disability
d. antisocial acts, creativity, depression

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A professional trained to provide assistance building insight and understanding personal


experiences.

Select one:

a. psychiatrist
b. teacher
c. neurologist
d. geneticist

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It is a thinking disorder. A person views him/herself as inadequate, unlovable, or incompetent. This


results to negative thoughts, developing faulty assumptions and self-defeating behavior.

Select one:

a. low-esteem
b. bullying
c. confidence
d. personality

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Mental illness can be ___. Parents with mental illness can pass the condition to their children.

Select one:
a. malignant

b. hereditary
c. dangerous
d. continuous