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Answer the following questions for your Chapter 1 TAI Assignment. These questions are pulled directly from your book on page 24 of The Health Basics Book 12edition. For each question below please articulate your comments in 3-4 sentences per question.

LO4: How Does Behavioral Change Occur?

What is the health belief model? How may this model be working when a young woman decides to smoke her first cigarette? Her last Cigarette?

LO5: How Can You Improve Your Health Behaviors?

Using our four-step plan for behavior change, discuss how you might act as a change agent to help a friend stop smoking.Why is it important that your friend be ready to change before trying to change?

Rubric

TAI Rubric

TAI Rubric

Criteria

Ratings

Pts

This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeDescription of criterion

10.0 pts

Excellent

For 10 full points, you must have a minimum of 4-sentence explanations for each question.

8.0 pts

Good

For 8 full points, you must have a minimum of 3-sentence explanations for each question. Range

6.0 pts

Fair

For 6 full points, you must have a minimum of 2-sentence explanations for each question.

4.0 pts

Poor

For 4 full points, you must have a minimum of 1-sentence explanations for each question.

0.0 pts

Incomplete

10.0 pts

Total Points: 10.0

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1. Read the article “Optimism Depression”.

2. Choose 5 aspects or ideas regarding the article’s content.

3. Journal 2-3 Sentences on each of the 5 ideas.

4. See Sample Journaling on 2 ideas below, with 3 other proposed journaling foci.

Optimism Depression Journaling for Health

Journaling Sample:

  1. In my mind, I have always paired the word optimism with pessimism. I had never thought of them as “emotional” or “psychological states”. I did not know there were “medical/clinical” health implications for these words. I have known individuals who termed themselves “pessimists”. Should I try to talk to them about the negative health implications of the “attitude” or “state of mind”.

Additional journaling themes I might consider as part of the 5 total items.

  1. I know that “critical thinking” must involve some type of “pessimistic” view of reality, facts as presented, statements by people, political and other ideas. What is a healthy balance, and when should we accept the pessimistic view as not only healthy, be the only realistic view to have? I think of the Hitler era in Germany when so many good people “bought into” the Nazi propaganda and created a mass of people who executed a war on all of humanity. Pessimism would have been healthy? Or, am I confusing pessimism with skepticism?
  2. Skepticism versus Pessimism:
  3. Individual optimism versus group optimism.
  4. How can a depressed person be “optimistic”.

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Rubric

Optimism Depression J RUBRIC

Optimism Depression J RUBRIC

Criteria

Ratings

Pts

This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeDescription of criterion

10.0 pts

Excellent

For 10 full points, you must have a minimum of 4-sentence explanations for each question.

8.0 pts

Good

For 8 full points, you must have a minimum of 3-sentence explanations for each question. Range

6.0 pts

Fair

For 6 full points, you must have a minimum of 2-sentence explanations for each question.

4.0 pts

Poor

For 4 full points, you must have a minimum of 1-sentence explanations for each question

0.0 pts

No Marks

10.0 pts

Total Points: 10.0

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