The Transformation of the Heart (Rich)
1. In Object Relations Theory,
people who are evaluated at zero degrees of negative empathy have been
diagnosed as anti-social, borderline, or narcissistic, and they
exposed to an I-It form of parenting in which they were treated as a
function of a parent.
b. received an insufficiency of positive introjects.
c. continually asked themselves as children, "How good do I have to be to
receive the love that never comes?"
d. All of the above.
2. Which is NOT a capacity of one's
Experiences a wide range of pleasant and unpleasant feelings.
b. Depends upon others for self-esteem.
c. Can make and follow through with commitments.
d. Can be alone without feeling abandoned.
3. Rebecca's primary way she coped with abandonment depression was by
a. drinking 4 to
6 beers daily after work.
c. exercising every day.
d. being a marvelous hostess.
4. Rebecca's family resented her therapy because
a. it was too expensive and
b. they interpreted her new positive
assertion as her being controlled by the therapist.
c. the therapist did not ask them to be a part of it.
d. it seemed to make her too selfish and demanding.
Well-Being in Patients with Lung Cancer (Piderman)
5. ___ of medical and
surgical inpatients would like to meet with a chaplain at least once during
6. This study measured Spiritual Well-Being (SWB) in 1,917 patients with
SWB was higher in those patients who were
a. physically active 30 minutes or more 5 days/week..
d. All of the above.
Spiritual and Theological Issues of Stillbirth (Nuzum)
7. Which is NOT true about this study?
a. Twenty chaplains participated in this study.
b. All chaplains were from the Christian faith tradition.
c. All chaplains were board certified.
d. Eleven chaplains provided follow-up bereavement care after stillbirth.
8. Most of the chaplains responded to parents after stillbirth by
a. just being
with them, until "the silence becomes comfortable."
b. explaining that God causes all things to work for good.
c. encouraging them to keep a strong faith in God.
d. referring them to a trained grief counselor.
9. This study viewed the chaplains theologically wrestling
with suffering and doubt as
a. a cause of
much chaplain burnout.
b. what enables chaplains to convey presence during grief.
c. something they must not allow the grieving parents to see.
d. something that gets easier to do over time.
10. This study recommended that chaplains who minister to
parents of stillborn children
a. learn to
engage in structured theological reflection.
b. stop doubting their own faith so much and just accept stillbirth as "a
part of life."
c. be more present with their grieving parents.
d. use more liturgical rituals to comfort the parents.