Prevention II

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Section 1

Question Answer
Code of the West Montana, passed -> repealed
Tom DeBearLobbyist, managing partner of Montana Cannabis, arrested, plea deal, probation
Lori BurnamAdvanced cancer and emphazema, doesn’t need antidepressants or things because of the medical marijuana she is using
Cherrie bradyA. Safe community, safe kids (preventionist) Religious
Mike MilburnState Legislator, Submitting the bill to repeal
CBD is legal in all 50 statesi. Can treat epilepsy, can be enhanced in plants
THD produces high
Governorvetoed repeal bill

Section 2

Question Answer
deadly persuasionMarketing of alcohol and cigarettes
tabacco depression rate4x's more likely
Marlboros outspends others most widely used
use psychosocial reasoning tricks untilnicotine addiction takes over
Pre-quittersPeople who want to quit are targeted
African American cigarette rates40% of black americans who smoke use newports while 80% of teens do

Section 3

Question Answer
Evergreen: The road to legalizationWashington, legalization of recreational marijuana
I-502 Billstop criminalization of possession, generate tax money, cut into drug cartels
Opposition to legalizationMedicinal users don't like DUI clause and no homegrown clause, preventionists,

Section 4

Question Answer
Abraham Maslow’s Heiracrchy of Needs (Physiological)Breathing, hunger, sex, sleep, water
Abraham Maslow’s Heiracrchy of Needs (Safety)Security, good health,
Abraham Maslow’s Heiracrchy of Needs (Love and belonging)Family, friends, respect by others
Abraham Maslow’s Heiracrchy of Needs (Esteem)Self-esteem, achievement
Abraham Maslow’s Heiracrchy of Needs (Self-Actualization)Morality, spirituality, creativity, problem solving, lack of prejudice, acceptance of facts
Erikson's Psychosocial Development (0-18 mo)Trust vs. mistrust, (Bonding with parents)
Erikson's Psychosocial Development (10 mo-3yrs)Autonomy vs. Shame & Doubt (Going out on their own, accomplishing tasks to build confidence)
Erikson's Psychosocial Development (3-5yrs)Initiative vs Guilt (Looking at finishing the things they start, completing tasks)
Erikson's Psychosocial Development (5-13yrs)Industry vs Inferiority (Challenges that create ideas and building them)
Erikson's Psychosocial Development (13-21yrs)Identity vs. Role Confusion (Becoming your own person, playing the roles you’re expected to and the ones you want to do.)
Erikson's Psychosocial Development (21-39yrs)Intimacy vs. Isolation
Erikson's Psychosocial Development (40-65yrs)Generativity vs. Stagnation
Erikson's Psychosocial Development (65+yrs)Ego Integrity vs. Despair
Piaget's 4 Stages, Sensorimotor (0-2yrs)Uses senses and motor skills to learn, Object permanence
Piaget's 4 Stages, Preoperational (2-7yrs)Use symbols to represent objects, Lack of conservation
Piaget's 4 Stages,Concrete Operational (7-11yrs)Develop logical reasoning, Reversibility
Piaget's 4 Stages, Formal Operational (11-Adult)Able to deal with hypothetical situations, Deductive reasoning

Section 5

Question Answer
Logic Models (Goals)What are the risk and protective factors to be addressed?
Logic Models (Strategies)What services and activities will be provided?
Logic Models (Target Group)Who will participate in or be influenced by the program?
Logic Models (if-then statement)How will the activities lead to expected outcomes?
Logic Models (process evaluations)What immediate changes are expected for individuals, organizations or communities?
Logic Models (impact evaluations)What changes would the program ultimately like to create?
Black box evaluationsAvoid having only a short-term evaluation: doesn’t capture the “process” and leaves valuable information behind
Internal evaluationsPrevention staff or volunteers
external evaluationsConsultant or researcher outside of the program
Participatory EvaluationBlend of both internal and external evaluations
Locate an request for proposalDevelop a search team, Get on search engines, Attend conferences, Network
Read and study the rfp deeplyPrint and put in binder, Read, highlight and study, Give hard copies to all team members
Develop budget conceptuallyIdentify key staff, Look for mandatory trips, Think about travel, Consider core functions, Put together loose conceptual budget
Develop conceptual PictureSketch out an organizational chart, Consider structure and function, Create a lever and captivating key concept, Communicate and write clearly

Section 6

Question Answer
The Moving Targetspeaker who walks, paces or rocks to the point of distraction
The Musicianlike to play with keys, change, or anything within reach
The PeacockPreens constantly and messes with tie, straightens coat, touches face and hair over and over again.
The Great Scientistalthough brilliant, uses such big words no one can understand them.
The ClincherClinches onto a podium so tightly it appears they are hanging on for dear life.A. The Disorganized Artist: The speaker is so disorganized the podium or table begins to resemble an artistic collage.
The Disorganized ArtistThe speaker is so disorganized the podium or table begins to resemble an artistic collage.

Section 7

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