Stereotypical

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NCLEX Practice Question of the Week

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Here is the weekly question posted on the NCSBN Learning Extension:

A 19 year-old client is paralyzed in a car accident. Which statement used by the client would indicate to a nurse that the client is using the mechanism of “suppression”?

  1. “I don’t remember anything about what happened to me.”
  2. “I’d rather not talk about it right now.”
  3. “It’s all the other guy’s fault! He was going too fast.”
  4. “My mother is heartbroken about this.”

The correct answer is: 1 – “I don’t remember anything about what happened to me.”

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Written by stereotypicalone

March 29, 2010 at 19:26

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