1. When was Daniel Goleman born?
2. For what publication did Daniel Goleman write for twelve years, specializing in psychology and brain sciences?
(a) The New York Times.
(b) The San Francisco Chronicle.
(c) The Denver Post.
(d) The Chicago Tribune.
3. Where did Daniel Goleman earn his Ph.D.?
(a) The University of Kansas.
(b) Emory University.
(c) The University of Washington.
(d) Harvard University.
4. Daniel Goleman currently co-directs the Consortium for Research on Emotional Intelligence in Organizations at what university?
(a) The University of Washington.
(b) The University of Alabama.
(c) Rutgers University.
(d) New York University.
5. Emotions, like instincts, have helped humans survive by doing what, according to the author in Part One: Chapter 1, “What Are Emotions For?”
(a) Portraying strength.
(b) Creating a universal language for all humans.
(c) Encouraging relationships.
(d) Driving them to action.
6. Fear arouses the body to fight or flight by doing what within the body?
(a) Causing respiration to decrease.
(b) Sending blood to the major muscles.
(c) Increasing awareness.
(d) Decreasing brain activity.
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