Types and Effects of Disaster to People

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Feelings of sadness, low mood, and loss of interest in their usual activities must not mark a change from a person's previous level of functioning to diagnose depression.

False

In children, at least three physical or cognitive symptoms are necessary for a diagnosis of Generalized Anxiety Disorder (GAD).

False

Anxiety and worry are not accompanied by any physical or cognitive symptoms.

False

Increased muscle aches or soreness is one of the physical symptoms that may accompany anxiety according to the text.

True

Difficulty sleeping due to trouble staying awake during the day is a symptom of anxiety according to the text.

False

The content and discussion in the next slides will not engage with mental health problems.

False

One of the general effects of disaster to people is memory gain.

False

Behavioral effects of disaster may include insomnia and gait change.

True

Physical effects of disaster may not include loss of appetite.

False

One of the cognitive effects of disaster is reduced decision-making difficulties.

False

Insomnia and muscle weakness are both physical effects of disaster.

True

Psychological science plays a minimal role in behavior changes and addressing the impacts of climate change.

False

Climate anxiety is also known as Eco-Anxiety.

True

The Global Psychology Alliance has passed a Resolution on Climate Change related to Sustainable Development Goal 13 (SDG13).

True

Psychology does not provide insights into preventing and treating mental health problems caused by climate change.

False

Psychological science is not relevant in enhancing resilience in communities facing natural disasters.

False

Psychology does not contribute to planning for population displacements and migrations due to climate change.

False

Eco-anxiety is another term for climate change anxiety.

True

Ecophobia is a term that describes a fear of economical problems like oil spills and rainforest destruction.

False

Solastalgia is a form of distress caused by environmental change unrelated to global climate change.

False

Climate change anxiety refers to a chronic fear of ecological doom.

True

Eco-anxiety leads to joy and peace for individuals concerned about the future.

False

Solastalgia is a concept introduced by Sobel in 1996.

False

The Global Psychology Alliance Resolution on Climate Change emphasizes that only certain communities are impacted by climate change.

False

According to the Resolution, psychological science and psychologists cannot address climate change through research and interventions.

False

The Resolution acknowledges that higher surface temperatures have not led to changes in the climate of any region of the planet.

False

Psychologists are not involved in developing interventions to foster better interconnectivity and social cohesion within communities, according to the Resolution.

False

The Resolution does not mention anything about contributing to the creation and uptake of green technologies.

False

Climate decision making and decision makers should not be supported by psychological science data, according to the Resolution.

False

Explore the different types of disasters and their effects on individuals, including mental health challenges. Engage in an intellectually stimulating discussion while understanding the impact of crises on people. Remember, our classroom is a safe space for learning.

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