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HSS 1101
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University of Ottawa
HSS1101
Determinants of Health
Winter 2018
Final
Professor: James Gomes
Exam Guide

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Table of content
- Chapter 7: Committing to Relationships and Sexual Health
- Chapter 3: Understanding and Coping with Life’s Stressors
- Chapter 13: Controlling Risks for Infectious & Noninfectious Conditions
- Chapter 17: Preparing for Aging, Dying, and Death

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Chapter 7: Committing to Relationships and Sexual Health
Communicating: A Key to Establishing Relationships:
Communicating How You Feel
People differ in comfort when expressing themselves
Assertiveness:
Directly, honestly, and respectfully communicating one’s needs
Improving Communication Skills
Learning Appropriate Self-Disclosure
Becoming a Better Listener
Empathy, active listening, non-judgmental, mindful
Characteristics of “Intimate” Relationships
Approval
Social integration
Nurturing // being nurtured
Reassurance of own self-worth
Interdependence and “emotional availability”
Forming Intimate Relationships
Families: The Ties That Bind
Modern family:
Different from previous generations
Families:
Care, protect, love, and socialize
Today’s “Family” Unit
Family structures are diverse (ex. nuclear family)
Impacts all aspects of the child’s development
Establishing “Friendships”
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