Spiritual Well-Being and Spiritual Practices in Elderly Depressed (Piderman)
1. Which was NOT a finding from this study?
a. The majority of participants maintained an active spiritual life during their hospitalization.
b. As spiritual well-being improved, symptoms of depression diminished.
c. Peacefulness increased, while there was a reduction in self-blame, guilt, hopelessness, and worthlessness.
d. Most participants did not have private devotions.
The Sound of Spiritual Care (Tees)
3. All of the following are characteristics of the Music for Patients
Moral Counseling (de Groot)
5. What is the best description for Ricoeur’s model of moral
6. A hospital chaplain using the Nijmegen method of moral counseling will help the patient
a. listen to the norms and values that the patient invokes in relation to the problem being faced.
b. convert patient values into “I-statements” about what “I must do” or what “I must not do”.
c. classify statements of values into a listening grid, inviting the patient to fill in any “blank spots.”
d. All of the above.
Vietnam Combat Veterans (Berg)
7. Edward Tick, in his book, War and the Soul: Healing Our Nation’s Veterans from Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder, argues that PTSD is primarily
a. an anxiety disorder, requiring treatment for stress.
b. a bio-neurological disorder, requiring medicine.
c. a psychological disorder, requiring therapy.
d. a soul disorder, requiring dealing with moral issues such as guilt for what the vets did in the war.
8. As difficult as it is for Vietnam Vets to do, this study showed that
vets who ____ suffered less from PTSD and Depression than the veterans
unable to do so.
Clergy Attitudes about Alcohol (Hatchett)
10. Even though the National Household Survey on Drug Abuse estimated
that having 5 or more drinks in one day puts one in the “risky drinking”
category, clergy participants were more likely to believe that _____ is the
most that should be consumed by a man or woman of 30, 40, and 60 years of