Behavioral Science in Medicine – Course Assessment ModuleBehavioral Science in Medicine - Assessment Module Important: Kindly note that this is a “closed-book examination”. Students are not allowed to access their Behavioral Science Course Material for the answers. We rely on your honesty and integrity in this regard.Assessment - only for registered Future Doctors Academy students Start the assessment:General informationKindly fill out the formName* First Last (Exactly the way you want it to appear on your certificate)School/College/University Name*Academic Level*E.g. Grade 12 or University year level (for instance - Premed 2)Email* Enter Email Confirm Email Preferred Email address for receiving your results and certificate (if applicable).Multiple choice sectionSelect the most appropriate answer (click on the selected button)1. Neurons consist of:*|A| four basic morphological components.|B| two basic morphological components.|C| eight basic morphological components.|D| six basic morphological components.2. Neurotransmission can affect:*|A| memory, signals, and PNS.|B| brain, blood, and CNS.|C| regulation, response, and brain cells.|D| function, location, and receptors.3. Brain lobes are:*|A| premotor, motor, sensory, and primary.|B| frontal, parietal, temporal, and occipital.|C| forebrain, thalamus, limbic, and amygdala.|D| frontal, cerebrum, cerebellum, cortex.4. Ethics can be divided into:*|A| 2 basic principles.|B| 5 basic principles.|C| 8 basic principles.|D| 10 basic principles.5. Sleep is important because we:*|A| spend 1/3 of our lives doing it.|B| spend 1/4 of our lives doing it.|C| spend 2/3 of our lives doing it.|D| spend 1/2 of our lives doing it.6. Human genes are divided into:*|A| 46 pairs of chromosomes.|B| 63 pairs of chromosomes.|C| 33 pairs of chromosomes.|D| 23 pairs of chromosomes.7. Qualities of the physician include:*|A| truthfulness and honesty.|B| musical abilities and honesty.|C| truthfulness and humor.|D| medical skills and truthfulness.8. The average physician would have:*|A| conducted 90,000 to 110,000 interviews over his/her career.|B| conducted 50,000 to 90,000 interviews over his/her career.|C| conducted 120,000 to 160,000 interviews over his/her career.|D| conducted 170,000 to 210,000 interviews over his/her career.9. Culture can be seen as a combination of:*|A| body of knowledge, belief, and behavior.|B| body of skills, art, and education.|C| body of statuses, beliefs, and attitudes.|D| race, ethnicity, and practice.10. Professionalism include these characteristics:*|A| altruism, accountability, duty, honor, integrity, responsibility.|B| illusions, thoughts, mannerisms, integrity, duty, honesty.|C| opinions, standards, leadership, management, tact.|D| standards, abilities, humor, honesty, character, leadership.11. Which option explain the word "perception" the best?*|A| illusions, thoughts, mannerisms, and tact.|B| illusions, hallucinations, delusions, and ideas of reference.|C| illusions, opinions, preferences, and ideals.|D| illusions, analysis, opinions, thoughts, and delusions.12. Assessment (behavioral sciences definition):*|A| assessing patient’s personality, behavior, and capabilities.|B| assessing patient’s pressure, temperature, and abilities.|C| assessing patient’s competence, education, and aptitude.|D| assessing patient’s will, determination, and motivation.13. SEGUE:*|A| consists of 5 elements.|B| consists of 10 elements.|C| consists of 2 elements.|D| consists of 8 elements.14. The hippocampus plays an important role in:*|A| unlearning bad habits.|B| positive emotions.|C| long-term memory.|D| negative emotions.15. Behavior change stages consist of:*|A| 6 elements.|B| 5 elements.|C| 8 elements.|D| 4 elements.16. Recent USA chronic pain statistics indicate:*|A| sufferers stand at more than 191 million adults.|B| sufferers stand at less than 91 million adults.|C| sufferers stand at approximately 121 million patients.|D| sufferers stand at approximately 101 million patients.17. Which physiological consequences are associated with addiction to opiates?*|A| respiratory depression and death.|B| stress and delusions.|C| anxiety and panic situations.|D| angina and high blood pressure.18. Stress can slow down:*|A| patient care and recovery.|B| patient care and surgery.|C| wound healing and recovery from surgery.|D| wound healing and patient care.19. Stress is the (behavioral sciences perspective):*|A| presence of significant physiological and psychological threats.|B| presence of significant mental and physiological crises.|C| presence of substantial illness and disease threats.|D| O presence of substantial debt and financial crises.20. Decision making can be divided into*|A| 6 basic steps.|B| 8 basic steps.|C| 13 basic steps.|D| 5 basic steps.Practical project 1Perform the following practical projects and write detailed reportsYou are a third year medical student and are asked to conduct a medical interview of a patient suffering with chronic neurogenic pain.*Write down your approach, methods and possible observations under the headings and findings below: Purpose: (2.5 marks) Procedure (Step-by-step): (10 marks) Further comments: (2.5 marks)Practical project 2Perform the following practical project and write detailed reports:You are a newly qualified Urologist. Robert Strauss, a 34-year-old man at the peak of his career as an attorney has been diagnosed with prostate cancer, and the prognosis is unsure.*Give an account on how you will approach this interview using your newly acquired ‘Behavioral Sciences’ skills.ConfirmationBy checking the statements below you confirm your identity, that you have accepted the rules of the exam, as well as accepting the terms and conditions of The Future Doctors Academy.Your Testimonial / Comment/s:Kindly note: Your Assessment Module will be marked and successful candidates will receive their certificates (usually within 7 - 10 work-days). We will inform unsuccessful candidates accordingly per email. Your answer paper mark - allocated by our examiners is final.I hereby solemnly confirm:* I hereby confirm that I am the student as per my name above. I confirm that this is my own work and I did not receive assistance with this assessment. I confirm that I spent a minimum of 30 hours studying the 'Behavioral Science in Medicine Course' material I have performed the practical projects in the course as either self-examinations or my examining a test person. I accept the terms and conditions of the Future Doctors AcademyNameThis field is for validation purposes and should be left unchanged. Thank you for completing the Apprentice Doctor® Behavioral Sciences Assessment Module.Best wishes!Dr. Anton ScheepersDirector of the Future Doctors AcademyThe Apprentice Doctor Team.