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40 questions have been provided. You must answer 80% correctly to pass.



Spouse / Partner Abuse

The following statements are true about Intimate Partner Violence (IPV), except:

It requires sexual intimacy It can occur among heterosexual or same-sex couples It is a serious, preventable public health problem It describes physical violence, sexual violence, stalking or psychological harm by a current or former partner or spouse

About _______ women and _______ men experienced contact sexual violence, physical violence, and/or stalking by an intimate partner and reported an IPV-related impact during their lifetime. (CDC 2015)

1 in 4; 1 in 10 1 in 10; 1 in 30 1 in 12; 1 in 23 1 in 25; 1 in 50

This type of intimate partner violence includes rape, being made to penetrate someone else, sexual coercion, and unwanted sexual contact.

Sexual battery Physical violence Psychological aggression Sexual violence

This type of intimate partner violence includes expressive aggression (such as name calling, insulting or humiliating an intimate partner) and coercive control, which includes behaviors that are intended to monitor and control or threaten an intimate partner.

Physical violence Psychological aggression Stalking Narcissistic Modeling

Over ______ of women experienced psychological aggression by an intimate partner during their lifetime. (CDC 2015)

One-eighth One – fourth One – third One – half

Over _____ of men experienced psychological aggression by an intimate partner during their lifetime. (CDC 2015)

One—eighth One – fourth One – third One – half

____________ can provide the foundation for the primary prevention of IPV.

Education Positive and healthy parent-child relationships Wealth Positive body image

Physical abuse includes the following, except:

Any physical force that injures you or puts your health in danger Can include shaking, burning, choking, hair-pulling, hitting, slapping, kicking and any type of harm with a weapon like a knife or a gun. Can include restraining you against your will by tying you up or locking you in a space Does not include threats to hurt you, your children or your pets

Physical abuse…

Is not a crime if there is no physical evidence left on the victim Is not a crime if it happens just one time Is called domestic violence in an intimate partner (romantic or sexual) relationship Is not worth reporting if the perpetrator is in a position of power or authority

Emotional and verbal abuse include the following, except:

They can have short-term and long-lasting effects that are just as serious as physical abuse They Include insults and attempts to scare, isolate, or control the victim Is acceptable, on occasion, because sometimes it is the fault of the victim Is often a sign that physical abuse may follow

Gaslighting includes the following, except:

Is the word used when an abuser makes the victim feel like they are losing their mind or memory Is a form of emotional abuse that abusers use to maintain power and control Makes the victim feel more independent Might involve an abuser describing an event completely different from how the victims remembers it

Stalking includes the following, except:

Is any repeated and unwanted contact with a person that makes them feel unsafe Most of the time, stalkers are strangers to the victim May get worse or become violent over time Is a crime

If someone is being cyberstalked, they should do the following, except:

Send the stalker a clear, written warning not to contact them again Respond each time the stalker makes contact Print out copies of evidence such as emails or screenshots of their phone Keep a record of the stalking and any contact with the police

Sexual coercion is unwanted sexual activity that happens after being pressured in nonphysical ways that include the following, except:

Being worn down by someone who repeatedly asks for sex Having sexual contact when both parties want to Having someone threaten to end a relationship or spread rumors about another person unless that person has sex with them Having an authority figure, like a boss, property manager, loan officer, or professor, use their influence or authority to pressure someone into having sex

True or False.  You can rule out being in an abusive relationship if a partner says they love you; if a partner gives you a lot of attention; if your partner pays for the groceries or rent; and if your partner is nice most of the time.

True False

Short-term physical effects of sexual violence can include the following, except:

Arthritis Vaginal bleeding or pelvic pain Sexually transmitted infections Trouble sleeping or nightmares

The following statements are true about traumatic brain injury, except:

Symptoms of TBI show up immediately Over time, TBI can cause depression and anxiety Can cause headache or a feeling of pressure Can cause problems with thoughts, including the ability to make and execute a plan

Getting help for assault or abuse can help prevent long-term mental health effects of violence that include the following, except:

Post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) Asthma Depression Anxiety

Post-traumatic stress disorder includes the following, except:

Happens when people who have experienced or witnessed a traumatic event continue to experience symptoms for more than a month that make it difficult to live their lives normally Can create serious emotional pain for the person and problems at home, work, or school or with relationships Can include physical or sexual assault, war, natural disasters, car accidents, or any event experienced as deeply scary and upsetting Has immediate onset; symptoms do not appear arbitrarily months or years afterward

Post-traumatic stress disorder is mainly treated by the following, except:

Cognitive processing therapy (CPT) Prolonged exposure therapy Eye movement desensitization and reprocessing (EMDR) Electroconvulsive therapy (ECT)

Depression includes the following, except:

Is a mental illness when someone feels sad, empty, or hopeless most of the time for at least 2 weeks Affects a person’s ability to work, go to school, or have relationships with friends and family Is one of the most common mental health conditions in the United States Is an illness that does not involve the body, only mood and thoughts

True or False. It is more than twice as common for African-American, Hispanic, and white women to have depression compared to Asian-American women.

True False

Depression is linked to many health problems in women, including the following, except:

Heart disease Obesity Cancer Halitosis

Treatment-resistant depression includes the following, except:

Is preceded by a major depressive disorder and persistence after trying at least 2 types of antidepressants with symptoms not improving May be treated with Esketamine, a nasal spray approved by the FDA when taken together with an antidepressant May be treated with electroconvulsive therapy (ECT) Cannot be treated unless the patient has money to pay for experimental therapies

St. John’s wort…

Is a natural supplement that is safe to take with other preblockedion medications without notifying a doctor or nurse Has been approved by the food and drug administration (FDA) to treat depression May make birth controls pills ineffective Has been proven to be an effective way to treat depression

 Anxiety includes the following, except:

Is a normal response to stress Can become disabling when it becomes hard to control and affects day-to-day life Anxiety disorders are 5 times as likely to affect women than men in their lifetime Is a feeling of worry, nervousness, or fear about an event or situation

 Anxiety disorders include the following, except:

Happen when excessive anxiety interferes with everyday activities such as going to work or school or spending time with friends or family Are serious mental illnesses Are the most common mental disorders in the United States Are more than twice as common in men as in women

People with _______ worry excessively about ordinary, day-to-day issues, such as health, money, work, and family.  With ____, the mind often jumps to the worst-case scenario, even when there is little or no reason to worry.  People with ____ may be anxious about just getting through the day.

Generalized anxiety disorder (GAD) Panic disorder Social phobia Specific phobia

_______ are twice as common in women as in men.  People with  ______ have sudden attacks of terror when there is no actual danger.  ______ may cause a sense of unreality, a fear of impending doom or a fear of losing control.

Generalized anxiety disorder (GAD) Panic disorder Social phobia Specific phobia

 A ______ is an intense fear of something that poses little or no actual danger.  ______ could be fears of closed-in spaces, heights, water, objects, or animals.  People with ______ often find that facing, or even thinking about facing, the feared object or situation brings on a panic attack or severe anxiety.

Generalized anxiety disorder (GAD) Panic disorder Social phobia Specific phobia

Physical symptoms of an anxiety disorder may include the following, except:

Weakness and nausea Upset stomach and dizziness Long deep breaths and decreased heart rate Hot flashes and shortness of breath

These medicines to treat anxiety disorders are usually prescribed for short periods of time because they are addictive.  Stopping this medicine too quickly can cause withdrawal symptoms.

Antianxiety (benzodiazepines) Beta blockers Tricyclics Monoamine oxidase inhibitors (MAOIs)

These medicines can help prevent the physical symptoms of an anxiety disorder, like trembling or sweating.

Antianxiety (benzodiazepines) Beta blockers Tricyclics Monoamine oxidase inhibitors (MAOIs)

People who take _____ must avoid certain foods and drinks (like Parmesan or cheddar cheese and red wine) that contain an amino acid called tyramine.  Taking an ____ and eating these foods can cause blood pressure levels to spike dangerously.

Antianxiety (benzodiazepines) Beta blockers Tricyclics Monoamine oxidase inhibitors (MAOIs)

The following are true about anxiety disorders, except:

They cannot happen at the same time as depression Irritable bowel syndrome (IBS) is more common in people with anxiety disorders Are common in women with certain diseases that cause chronic pain, including arthritis, fibromyalgia, and migraine Is linked to asthma

Evidence suggests that the following can increase the risk for Intimate Partner Violence (IPV), except:

Employers Poverty Financial stress Low income

True or False.  Denial of housing based on an individual’s status as a victim of abuse and lease termination as a result of violence are now prohibited.

True False

Protection orders include the following, except:

Are court-ordered injunctions aimed at limiting or prohibiting contact between an alleged perpetrator and survivor of IPV to prevent further violence from occurring It typically begins with a petition to immediately issue a temporary (or ex parte) order until a hearing can be scheduled for a judge to hear from both parties Will assure that the alleged perpetrator be kept away from the survivor Are associated with lower risk of subsequent violence toward the survivor

True or False.  In 2016, the U.S. Supreme Court upheld a lower court’s decision that firearms may be removed from the possession of someone found guilty of misdemeanor domestic abuse.

True False

Treatment and support for survivors of Intimate Partner Violence (IPV) including Teen Dating Violence (TDV) include all of the following, except:

Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) Cognitive Processing Therapy (CPT) Cognitive Trauma Therapy for Battered Women (CTT-BW) Cognitive Electroconvulsive Therapy (CECT)