1. Why is it important to have a positive attitude at the onset as well as during a survival situation?
To appear cool, calm and collected;
To avoid hurting your pride;
To avoid embarassment;
To avoid taking a path that may lead to your death.

2. What is one of the emotions (or emotional state) associated with someone who is lost that will cause them to continue to walk on?
Pride;
Embarrassment;
Panic;
All of the above.

3. Why do negative and unproductive emotions need to be controlled in a survival situation?
You do not need to worry about them too much, because we can learn from these emotions;
Fear and anger will give you strength to safely get you through your ordeal;
To avoid the pitfalls that are associated with them, which may lead you to giving up or panic;
All of the above.

4. Which of the following statements is true for things you should do to better cope with survival stress?
Shout out loud in order to release the stress;
Accomplish the necessary tasks according to your circumstances;
Go for a swim in the river;
All of the above.

5. If you should find yourself embittered and angry because of your predicament, how should you deal with this?
Yell. This will permit you to address the situation in a proper manner;
Hit a tree with a stick to take out your frustrations;
Throw rocks and hope to relieve the stress;
Calm yourself and realize that you must deal with the situation at hand, and that there is hope.

6. What does the acronym S.T.O.P. stand for?
Sit, Talk, Observe and Protect;
Stop, Think, Obsess and Plan;
Shout, Talk, Observe and Protect;
Stop, Think, Observe and Plan.

7. Why is the S.T.O.P. acronym important?
To get out of your predicament as soon as possible;
To protect yourself from embarrassment;
To enable you to find food, which is one of the most important elements of survival;
To help you to avoid panicking, by calming yourself which will enable you to properly assess your situation and determine a proper course of action to take.

8. In a survival situation where a group of people are involved, which of the following statements is not true?
United we stand, divided we fall;
Everyone should do what he or she thinks is right for themselves in order to survive the ordeal;
Group dynamics where all contribute are important for the overall safety of the group;
Everyone should contribute to the overall well-being of the group by accomplishing the tasks assigned to them.

9. How can fear help you in a survival situation, or is it always something that will lead you down a path to destruction?
It is an emotion that inevitably leads to improper judgment, panick then death.
Properly managed, fear can warn you as well as enable you to take proper precautions among other things;
Fear cannot be managed, for it is a negative emotion;
All of the above.

10. Which emotional state in general at least, is the one to be most concerned about?
Fear;
Anger;
Embarrassment;
Panic.

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