On detailed inquiry it reveals she is not taking medicines regularly. Augments and supports the others effort c. If characteristic requires only one gene to show itself the characteristic is considered: a. The pattern of managing actions that focus resources and core competence on achieving a sustained competitive advantage. How stress is associated with endocrinal system? What do you think he should include a.
To justify our actions b. These are the important components in it. The process of establishing objectives and specifying how they are to be accomplished in an uncertain future. Makers of health policy e. A young female 21 yrs comes to you in a mental health facility she is a known epileptic patient.
Watson b Ivan Pavlov c Jon B. Rationalization of why something is good or bad b. The workday is fragmented with a great variety of unrelated tasks. Make a picture of a relative e. When patient gives authority b. The breaches of confidentiality can be made in the following circumstances a.
The significance to the open ended question is: a. An organisation's mission is A. It is good for doctors 10. Given by Ivan Pavlov d. Use of Golden injection b. How will you further proceed with this dramatic scenario of this young female? A middle aged man presents to you with a problem and he discusses it secretly.
The components of Emotional Intelligence by Peter Salovey and John Mayers does not include a. Contributes to the study of human mind d. It is actually two separate tests, given over two days. The chances are high you will spend much of your life working for or within organisations. Edward Tolman is related to a Behaviourist Framework b Cognitive approach c Social Cognitive Framework d None of these Answer:b Q17. Response generalize across similar surroundings.
Job enrichment 27 What is the key word in understanding organization structure? You are seeing a young boy 12 years of age whose mother says that he cannot learn new things. The problem-solving process begins with a. Testosterone and adrenaline True e. Increased pupil dilatation, Perspiration and Increased heart rate and blood pressure True b. Meet conflicts head on b.
Which of the following element can improve patients compliance. A young man while driving a car had an accident and since then he is unable to drive. It is a problematic area e. Physical symptoms, Mental symptoms, Behavioral symptoms and Emotional symptoms True 144. A Displacement B Dissociation C Identification D Suppression E Reaction Formation 121. Capacity to diffuse the emotions c. A 39 year old male is brought by his family with the complaints that he has been unable to follow his daily routine and does not take care of him-self.
They are solved by my fellow forum members, I am just compiling them in one single thread so the aspirants can have them all in one place. One needs to listen and identify the emotion that patient is experiencing and offer an acknowledgement for that. The principle governing the ethical treatment of human participants in research essentially states that the hazards anticipated in the research project should be not grater than those encountered in the daily activities. This is an example of a. Which of the following frameworks is based on the expectancy, demand and incentive concepts a The cognitive framework b The behaviouristic framework c The social learning framework d The supportive framework Answer:a Q31. Every human being has certain biological motivational factors and those are not a. Always suggests a causal relationship with the other.
Plan for resolving the conflict through free commutation d. This technique is called a. You have a strong suspicion that patient has not good compliance to medications. Associated with chronic problems d. The matter should be reported to the authority e. Stress can have the following symptoms? How do we know if we are on course? Action speaks louder than words 127. Important components of counseling are: a.