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According to Jessup, what are the extrinsic barriers to seeking substance abuse treatment among pregnant addicts?
In his research on love and anger in marriage, what are the four anger expression styles Mace describes?
What was the relationship discovered in Felitti's study between four or more "adverse childhood experiences" (ACE) and various destructive behaviors?
In the case study, how does John react to being frequently sedated or given medication via intramuscular injection while being restrained?
A. Fear of prosecution and incarceration, fear of loss of infant custody, violent or substance addicted partners, programs that do not allow mothers to take their children with them, and programs that are insufficiently equipped or unwilling to care for pregnant addicts.
B. John reacted by perpetuating his anger because he believed that no one understood or cared how he felt and he began to physically threaten staff.
C. According to Felitti's study, when people experienced four or more ACE they had a 4–24-fold increased risk of alcoholism, drug abuse, depression and suicide attempt; a 2–4-fold increased risk of smoking, of poor self-rated health, of having had more than 50 sexual partners, and of sexually transmitted disease; and a 1.5-fold increased risk of being physically inactive or having severe obesity.
D. Mace's four anger expression styles are venting anger, suppressing anger, processing anger, and dissolving anger.
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