Chapter 4 Vocab Chapter 5 Vocab Experiments Self-Care Misc.
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What is wellness?
a conscious, self directed, evolving process of achieving full potential
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What is research?
Systematic inquiry using prescribed methods to validate or refine knowledge, or to develop new knowledge.
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What is a research question?
A question for which the researcher would like an answer.
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What is the wellness model?
Hettler developed this model as a foundation for career longevity, self-care, and burnout prevention. It includes six dimensions.
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What is progressive muscle relaxation?
alternately tensing and relaxing muscles for the purpose of relaxation
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What is Nutrition?
Helping the body function properly by eating and drinking.
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What is Evidence?
Information that supports an idea or conclusion.
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What is Quantitative research?
objective, statistic, mathematic research
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What is a Strenuous Occupation?
This type of occupation can often result in back pain because of movements that involve torque.
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What is social wellness?
The ability to interact with others using good communication skills. Respecting others and creating a social support system.
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What is Emotional Wellness?
The capacity to be aware of, control, and express one's emotions. To handle relationships judiciously and empathetically.
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What is Evidence-informed Practice (EIP?)
Problem-solving approach to clinical practice that integrates systemic research, critical appraisal, and synthesis of research.
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What is an expert opinion?
The weakest level of evidence
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What are vitamins?
Soluble in water or fat.
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What is a scientific journal?
Periodical that publishes peer-reviewed articles and research studies
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What is Diaphragmatic Breathing
Voluntary, slow deep breathing with the abdomen (abdomen expands downward instead of chest expanding upward.)
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What is an extraneous variable?
Variables that may influence the outcome of an experiment, but are not under investigation.
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What is a primary source?
Documents that provide direct or firsthand accounts of an event.
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What are the arms (fingers, wrists, elbows, shoulders, neck, lower back.)
Common pain points for massage therapists
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What is the hierarchy of evidence?
A system used to rank the strength of various evidence types.
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What is the Healty Eating Plate?
This chart helps consumers make conscious food choices and plan portions.
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What is a systematic review?
A critiical analysis of many studies
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What is the dependent variable?
The variable that is expected to change in an experiment
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What is Eustress
"Positive" stress that is within our ability to meet the demand of
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What is hypoallergenic?
Term for a product that is unlikely to cause a reaction from the body




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