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Department
Kinesiology & Health Science
Course
KINE 3000
Professor
Joseph Baker
Semester
Winter

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Practice test 2 (part 1) KINE3000 Practice test 2 Choose the BEST possible answer.! ! 1. What are some practical advice we could give to promote behaviour change?! A. There is no consensus in literature on best way to promote physical activity! B. promote moderate intensity walking most days of the week! C. use behaviour modification techniques ! D. target those who are ready to change ! E. all of the above! F. all except A! G. none of the above! ! 2. Dishman’s meta-analysis of physical activity interventions suggest that:! A. individual delivery is superior to group delivery! B. group delivery is superior to individual delivery! C. both individual and group delivery have equal effects! D. none of the above! ! 3. Team building in physical activity settings show that:! A. more attention results in higher return rate! B. there is not much a different between placebo and control group for attendance! C. there is higher attendance for team building in physical activity setting! D. two of the above! E. all of the above! F. none of the above! ! 4. Which of the following is true for group-based intervention:! A. Creates new social links to facilitate behaviour change! B. may be effective for long-term but counter productive for short-term participation! C. participants may not be confident in skills necessary to complete program at home! D. all of the above! E. A and B ! F. A and C ! G. B and C! ! 5. Which of the following are beneficial effects of specific physical activity interventions:! A. behaviour modification! B. mediated (indirect) delivery! C. active leisure of low to moderate intensity! D. unsupervised, general community setting! E. all of the above! F. A, B and C only! 6. Increasing physical activity during physical education classes at school and outside school fall under which type of physical activity intervention:! A. Individual-based! B. group-based! C. community-based! D. mass media approach! ! Practice test 2 (part 1) 7. What is CATCH?! A. increases space, equipment and supervision during non-school hours! B. improves curricula in physical education classes! C. child and adolescent trial for cardiovascular health ! D. actual minutes of physical activity declined in control and increased in intervention group after followup ! E. all of the above! F. A, B and C only! ! 8. Results of school-based intervention show that are unsuccessful at:! A. improving knowledge and attitudes towards physical activity! B. increasing physical activity during physical education classes! C. increasing physical activity outside of school! D. all of the above! E. none of the above! ! 9. Worksite interventions showed:! A. significant effects (large)! B. mild effects (medium)! C. insignificant effects (small)! D. worksite interventions were not conducted ! ! 10. Health care setting interventions for primary prevention showed:! A. positive in short-term but effects decreased over time! B. insignificant effects in short-term but effects increased over time! C. only about half of the prevention studies reported significant changes in physical activity! D. intervention including structured physical activity programs had significant effects! E. none of the above! ! 11.Health care setting interventions for secondary prevention showed:! A. generally positive effects with patient counselling but effects decreased over time! B. generally negative effects with supervising exercise and behaviour modification techniques! C. only about half of the prevention studied reported significant changes in physical activity! D. none of the above! ! 12. Mass media approach to increase physical activity include:! A. educating for new ideas! B. reinforcing old messages and maintain change! C. promote to attract attention to exciting programs! D. supplement to community-based interventions! E. all of the above! ! 13. Policy interventions include:! A. formal legal structures at the local, state or federal levels of government! B. formal or informal rules that provide structure to a governing organization! C. opening new leisure centres in high SES neighbourhoods ! D. all of the above! E. A and B only! Practice test 2 (part 1) ! 14. Why is the topic of physical activity and ageing important for the entire Canadian public?! A. the is a mass increase in birth rate due to the baby boom generation! B. individual life expectancy is decreasing! C. there is increased quality of living over the years because older adults are more active! D. the current health care system is sustainable since 40% of healthcare is spent on older adults over the age of 65! E. all of the above! F. none of the above! ! 15. Set of physiological changes that tend to occur with age regardless of lifestyle falls under which type of functional aging:! A. primary! B. secondary! C. successful ! D. pathological! ! 16. Who established that attaining maximum satisfaction out of life is associated with successful aging:! A. Cicero! B. Havinghurst! C. Fries! D. Rowe and Kahn! E. Stawbridge! ! 17. The objective aging model involved:! A. absence of chronic disease and disability! B. maintenance of cognitive and physical function! C. active engagement with life! D. evaluating your own aging (“do you believe you are aging well?”)! E. all of the above! F. A, B and C only! ! 18. successful ageing is associated with:! A. dose-response relationship! B. moderate levels of physical activity! C. focusing on flexibility and balance as needed for older adults! D. all of the above! E. A and B only! F. A and C only ! ! ! 19. Which of the following is true for aging:! A. general physical capacities decline at a rate of 0.5-1% per year after the age of 40! B. declines can not be altered with maintained involvement and optimism ! C. the percent of active older adults increases with age! D. all of the above! E. A and B only! F. A and C only ! Practice test 2 (part 1) G. none of the above! ! 20. The compensation model indicates that:! A. individual performance decreases with age and compensation also decreases with age so overall performance is decreased! B. individual performance increases with age and compensation decreases with age so overall performance is maintained/ compensated ! C. individual performance increases with age and compensation also increases with age so overall performance is increased! D. none of the above! ! 21. Selective maintenance model indicates that:! A. deliberative practice can attenuate age-related declines! B. practice general techniques (non-specific domain) to maintain performance! C. strength training is found to have greatest benefit for cognitive function! D. all of the above! E. none of the above! ! 22. Applying resources to achieve the desired outcome is known as:! A. selection! B. optimization! C. compensation! D. hormesis ! E. none of the above! ! 23. Hormesis is known as:! A. choosing a domain specific of personal importance! B. acquiring new behaviours to counter-act losses or threats of losses and increase maintenance! C. biological process where exposed to mild level of stress reduces vulnerability to future stresses! D. high dose of stimulation produces high dose of inhibition ! E. two of the above! F. all of the above! ! 24. Which of the follow is true for brain reserve:! A. it is the brain’s ability to adapt to damage through compensation! B. it is the amount of damage to neural tissue that can be withstood while preserving function! C. it is more modifiable than cognitive reserve! D. all of the above! E. A and C only ! F. B and C only! 25. Brief, moderate intensity aerobic exercise is found to have the greatest benefit for:! A. mood state! B. self-efficacy ! C. cognition ! D. all of the above! E. none of the above! Practice test 2 (part 1) ! 26. Strength training is found to have the greatest benefit for:! B. self-efficacy ! C. cognition ! D. all of the above! E. none of the above! ! 27. Which of the following are physiological:! A. social interaction hypothesis! B. distraction hypothesis! C. self-image/ mastery hypothesis! E. none of the above! ! 28. What are common barriers to physical activity:! A. health issues! B. fear! C. lack of knowledge or medical advice! D. negative stereotypes/ agism! E. all of the above! ! 29.grandfather still works out at the gym and has ripped abs. What is she most likely to believe about most older adults:! A. She is likely to believe in experience over stereotypes! B. She is likely to believe in stereotypes over experience! C. none of the above! ! 30. Blaming oneself falls under which category in the identity process theory:! A. identity accommodation! B. identity balance! C. identity assimilation! E. none of the above! ! 31. For any age, the strongest determinant(s) of PA participation and maintenance are:! A. environment! B. enjoyment and self-efficacy ! C. safety and resource availability ! D. all of the above! E. none of the above! ! ! ! ! ! ! Practice test 2 (part 1) ANSWERS:!
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