research indicates that during adulthood, declines occur in A. crystallized intelligence B. fluid intelligence C. both crystallized and fluid intelligence D. neither crystallized nor fluid intelligence

research indicates that during adulthood, declines occur in

A. crystallized intelligence
B. fluid intelligence
C. both crystallized and fluid intelligence
D. neither crystallized nor fluid intelligence

research on expertise indicates that during adulthood, intelligence A. increases in most primary mental abilities B. increases in specific areas of interest to the person C. increases only in those areas associated with the individuals career D. shows a uniform decline in all areas

research on expertise indicates that during adulthood, intelligence

A. increases in most primary mental abilities
B. increases in specific areas of interest to the person
C. increases only in those areas associated with the individuals career
D. shows a uniform decline in all areas

What instrument was not normally included in the classical orchestra?

What instrument was not normally included in the classical orchestra?

The _________________ of the classical period consisted of strings, woodwinds, horns, trumpets, and timpani.

The _________________ of the classical period consisted of strings, woodwinds, horns, trumpets, and timpani.

Your patient opens his eyes, moans, and pulls away from you when you pinch his trapezius muscle. You should assign a Glasgow Coma Scale (GCS) score of: Select one: A. 9. B. 8. C. 6. D. 7.

Your patient opens his eyes, moans, and pulls away from you when you pinch his trapezius muscle. You should assign a Glasgow Coma Scale (GCS) score of:
Select one:
A. 9.
B. 8.
C. 6.
D. 7.

You respond to a residence for a child who is having a seizure. Upon arrival at the scene, you enter the residence and find the mother holding her child, a 2-year-old male. The child is conscious and crying. According to the mother, the child had been running a high fever and then experienced a seizure that lasted approximately 3 minutes. You should: Select one: A. call medical control and request permission to give the child aspirin. B. cover the child with wet towels and give oxygen via nasal cannula. C. transport the child to the hospital and reassure the mother en route. D. advise the mother to take her child to the doctor the following day.

You respond to a residence for a child who is having a seizure. Upon arrival at the scene, you enter the residence and find the mother holding her child, a 2-year-old male. The child is conscious and crying. According to the mother, the child had been running a high fever and then experienced a seizure that lasted approximately 3 minutes. You should:
Select one:
A. call medical control and request permission to give the child aspirin.
B. cover the child with wet towels and give oxygen via nasal cannula.
C. transport the child to the hospital and reassure the mother en route.
D. advise the mother to take her child to the doctor the following day.

You are caring for a 68-year-old man with sudden onset of left-sided paralysis and slurred speech. His airway is patent, his respirations are 14 breaths/min with adequate depth, and his oxygen saturation is 98%. Treatment for this patient should include: Select one: A. oral glucose gel and transport. B. high-flow oxygen and transport. C. ventilatory assistance and transport. D. recovery position and transport.

You are caring for a 68-year-old man with sudden onset of left-sided paralysis and slurred speech. His airway is patent, his respirations are 14 breaths/min with adequate depth, and his oxygen saturation is 98%. Treatment for this patient should include:
Select one:
A. oral glucose gel and transport.
B. high-flow oxygen and transport.
C. ventilatory assistance and transport.
D. recovery position and transport.

Which of the following symptoms would lead the EMT to believe that a patient’s headache is caused by sinus congestion? Select one: A. The headache began suddenly B. The pain is worse when bending over C. There is numbness in the extremities D. There is associated neck stiffness

Which of the following symptoms would lead the EMT to believe that a patient’s headache is caused by sinus congestion?
Select one:
A. The headache began suddenly
B. The pain is worse when bending over
C. There is numbness in the extremities
D. There is associated neck stiffness

Which of the following MOST accurately describes a simple partial seizure? Select one: A. A seizure that causes the patient to stare blankly B. A seizure that begins in one extremity C. A generalized seizure without incontinence D. A seizure that is not preceded by an aura

Which of the following MOST accurately describes a simple partial seizure?
Select one:
A. A seizure that causes the patient to stare blankly
B. A seizure that begins in one extremity
C. A generalized seizure without incontinence
D. A seizure that is not preceded by an aura

Which of the following conditions would MOST likely affect the entire brain? Select one: A. Ruptured cerebral artery in the occipital lobe B. Reduced blood supply to the left hemisphere C. Respiratory failure or cardiopulmonary arrest D. Blocked cerebral artery in the frontal lobe

Which of the following conditions would MOST likely affect the entire brain?
Select one:
A. Ruptured cerebral artery in the occipital lobe
B. Reduced blood supply to the left hemisphere
C. Respiratory failure or cardiopulmonary arrest
D. Blocked cerebral artery in the frontal lobe