HLTH 419 HLTH419 Exam 1 (Liberty University)
HLTH 419 Exam 1
1. Which is not one of the key components in the 3-part framework for guiding behavior change:
2. According to chapter 6, helping people feel as though they are closer to the "finish line" than they first thought did NOT have any impact on the percentages for overall change.
3. According to Chapter 3, ambiguity is exhausting to the Rider because the Rider is tugging on the reigns of the Elephant trying to direct it down a new path.
4. University Psychologist Thomas Haidt says that when it comes to changing behavior, our emotional side can be likened to:
5. Finding "Bright Spots" refers to the common practice of working in well-lit rooms when teaching people how to promote change.
6. To inspire people to select 1% milk instead of whole milk researches did the following:
7. As chapter 5 reveals, the fact that most people cannot provide fully accurate self-assessments is linked to the belief known as "Positive Illusion"
8. According to Chapter 1, Brian Wansink organized a study which gauged how much stale popcorn people would eat while sitting through a movie. What he discovered was that portion size does impact the quantity of consumption.
9. According to Chapter 4 of the text, who should lead the switch?
10. As Brian Wansink's popcorn study revealed, "change" can be complicated by people-problems and situation-based problems.
11. Jerry Sternin believed that knowledge alone does NOT change behavior. As a result he believed health promotion also needed a component of "SHOWING" people how to change.
12. When people exhaust their self-control, they exhaust the mental muscles necessary to think creatively, limit impulses and persist in the face of failure.
13. Which of the following most motivate the elephant?
14. According to the Switch text, the modern-day Food Pyramid is a great example of effective marketing.
15. Jerry Sternin and his work with Save the Children in Vietnam is a great example of:
16. The SWITCH text confirms what many corporate executives have known for years: Making dramatic change requires substantial capital and having powerful people in the right positions at the right time.
17. What did Robyn Waters do for Target that so dramatically transformed the company?
18. According to Chapter 4, the best way to promote necessary change is to have a "gut-smacking" goal that appeaks to both the rider and the elephant.
19. Successful change involves all three parts of the framework. Identify which of the following is not one of the required components:
20. Kotter and Cohen observed that in almost all successful change effors the sequence of change is:
21. According to the Heath brothers and current reseaarch, self-control is an exhaustible resource.
22. Jonathan Haidt would say that instances of overeating, sleeping late and cheating or skipping the gym are all examples of:
23. Because the Elephant dreams tasks that do not have an immediate payoff, if it often valuable to "shrink the change" in an effort to help motivate the reluctant elephant.
24. The best formula for change is to only focus on the Elephant.
25. Chapter 1 notes that what often looks like "laziness" (and a hindrance to change) is often a tension between priorities.
26. Which of the following tactics would not be recommended to "Motivate the Elephant?"
27. Positive Illutions often provide a substantial problem with regard to making and maintaining change.