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Trauma and post traumatic stress test

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  • 1. Trauma and Post Traumatic Stress  Survey Test of Learning Objectives   True or False:   1.  Post Traumatic Stress Disorder is an emotional and physiological response to  True    a trauma severe enough to be overwhelming and that alters the life those  or   who experience it.  False     2.  Any human being has the potential to develop PTSD because the cause  True    external and not resulting from the individual’s personality.  or   False   3.  Secondary trauma can occur due to lack of support from friends, family, and   True    co‐workers resulting  in a victim’s lack of trust, isolation from society, and a  or   fear of feeling.  False   4.  Symptoms of PTSD include intrusive recollections, nightmares, emotional  True    (somatic) memories, acting out/reliving trauma, reenactment play,  or   perceptual illusions, dissociation, and problems with memory retrieval.  False   5.  Crime survivors suffering from PTSD can feel shameful, guilty, abandoned,  True    vulnerable, hopeless and helpless and loose interest in things they used to  or   enjoy.    False   6.  PTSD suffers should be forced to admit guilt for their “disease” and made to  True    accept blame for their circumstances.   or   False   7.  Individuals suffering from PTSD can respond to triggers that will cause the  True    traumatic experience to be re‐experienced, even though it may have  or   happened years earlier.   False   8.  PTSD suffers often experience dissociation which is a disconnection between  True    the traumatic events and the meaning associated with those events and  or   Interferes with ability to verbalize the events and their meaning.  False   9.  PTSD is easily overcome and healing is rapid.   True    or   False   10.  Healing requires a strong support network trusted people to support the  True    trauma victim and to combat the dehumanizing effect of trauma.  or   False     1  

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