41.Which of the following is NOT considered a determinant of health?
42.Public health policies were developed by the early _____ in the United States of America.
43.Public health policies in the United States were initially developed to
a.Create guidelines for hospital admission procedures.
b.Assign individuals to health care systems.
c.Control contagious diseases such as yellow fever and smallpox.
d.Advise political leaders about the effects of health conditions on the environment.
44._____ is the study of the origins and spread of disease.
45.Tyrone is reading about early contributors of the mind/body connection as it relates to health. Which early contributor is Tyrone most likely to read about?
46._____ proposed that physiological illnesses can have psychological causes.
c.Ancient Roman emperors
d.Early Catholic clergy
47.The development of the field of “psychosomatic medicine” was a result of
a.Research on the mind-body connection.
b.Guidelines established by the American Medical Association.
c.An accumulation of years of psychological research.
d.Clergy seeking alternatives to medicine.
48.John’s physician diagnosed him with a psychosomatic illness, which indicates there may be a(n) _____ link to his illness.
49.Freud’s research on psychosomatic illnesses was based in part on his
d.Years of scientific research.
50.Which factor contributed to the loss of support for the mind-body connection?
a.The belief that psychosomatic illnesses were contrived or made up.
b.The notion that psychosomatic illnesses could not be treated with medication.
c.The deaths of the primary supporters of this theory.