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  1. Adhering to Medical AdviceQuiz Questions

  2. Which of these is LEAST consistent with current theories of compliance? • a. self-efficacy theory • b. punishment for noncompliant behavior • c. patients' interpretation of their situation • d. the theory of reasoned action

  3. 2. According to Bandura, self-efficacy is • a. a person's expectation that behavior will be rewarded. • b. a person's expectation that behavior will be punished. • c. a global concept very much like self-esteem. • d. a situation-specific concept.

  4. 3. The LEAST accurate method of assessing rate of compliance is to • a. ask the clinician. • b. ask the patient. • c. ask the patient's family. • d. count pills. • e. examine biochemical evidence.

  5. 4. Research suggests that rates of adherence are very high when • a. medication is designed to prevent a disease. • b. patients have no visible symptoms. • c. patients have little or no pain. • d. medication costs are low. • e. none of these

  6. 5. Which strategy is LEAST likely to improve rate of adherence? • a. clearly written instructions • b. verbal rewards • c. verbal punishments • d. prompts from the patient's spouse • e. simple prescriptions

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  9. Which of these is LEAST consistent with current theories of compliance? • a. self-efficacy theory • b. punishment for noncompliant behavior • c. patients' interpretation of their situation • d. the theory of reasoned action

  10. 2. According to Bandura, self-efficacy is • a. a person's expectation that behavior will be rewarded. • b. a person's expectation that behavior will be punished. • c. a global concept very much like self-esteem. • d. a situation-specific concept.

  11. 3. The LEAST accurate method of assessing rate of compliance is to • a. ask the clinician. • b. ask the patient. • c. ask the patient's family. • d. count pills. • e. examine biochemical evidence.

  12. 4. Research suggests that rates of adherence are very high when • a. medication is designed to prevent a disease. • b. patients have no visible symptoms. • c. patients have little or no pain. • d. medication costs are low. • e. none of these

  13. 5. Which strategy is LEAST likely to improve rate of adherence? • a. clearly written instructions • b. verbal rewards • c. verbal punishments • d. prompts from the patient's spouse • e. simple prescriptions