The National Task Force on Violence Against Health Care Providers recommends that medical facilities conduct ____ inventories.
If you are the first person to arrive at the office and there is evidence of forced entry, you should:
A) go inside and look around to see if there is an intruder
C) leave at once and call building security or police
B) go inside and call building security or the police
D) wait at the door for a coworker to arrive, then go into the office together
Unrelieved pain is
A) expected after major surgery.
B) expected in a person with cancer.
C) dangerous and can lead to many physical and psychologic complications.
D) an annoying sensation, but it is not as important as other physical care needs.
Because PSAs are a special class of advertising, FCC rules require
A) consumers to listen to them.
B) court approval before they are aired.
C) all advertisers to contribute to them.
D) broadcasters to devote a specific amount of free airtime to them.
E) that they use only the informative or reminder advertising appeals.
When presented with a lineup, Morgan was able to identify the perpetrator of the robbery she had witnessed. She was not sure of her identification at first, but when the investigator mentioned that another witness also chose the same suspect, her confidence that she remembered the perpetrator well grew close to 100%. This is an illustration of:
A) preexisting scripts.
B) unconscious transference.
C) post-identification feedback effect.
D) bias-reducing instructions.
Reception area reading materials should:
A) be available only by the reception desk
C) include only magazines
B) be removed when they become torn or outdated
D) consist primarily of professional medical journals
Oftentimes, the post-indentification boost in an eyewitness’s confidence level about his or her testimony can be explained by cognitive dissonance, which is a(n):
A) uncomfortable feeling when someone has conflicting thoughts.
B) tendency to maintain a steady course of action.
C) tendency to become more certain of your opinion over time.
D) unconscious pleasant feeling when someone is positive of being right.