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This quiz consists of 5 multiple choice and 5 short answer questions through Chapter 7.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. Emotions, like instincts, have helped humans survive by doing what, according to the author in Part One: Chapter 1, “What Are Emotions For?”
(a) Creating a universal language for all humans.
(b) Portraying strength.
(c) Driving them to action.
(d) Encouraging relationships.
2. For what publication did Daniel Goleman write for twelve years, specializing in psychology and brain sciences?
(a) The Chicago Tribune.
(b) The Denver Post.
(c) The San Francisco Chronicle.
(d) The New York Times.
3. At what age can children separate their own feelings from the feelings of others, according to the author in Part Two: Chapter 7, “The Roots of Empathy”?
(a) 2 ½.
(d) 5 ½.
4. Daniel Goleman currently co-directs the Consortium for Research on Emotional Intelligence in Organizations at what university?
(a) Rutgers University.
(b) The University of Alabama.
(c) The University of Washington.
(d) New York University.
5. Dolf Zillmann gives two methods for diffusing anger. What is the second?
(a) Remove yourself from the setting that triggers the anger.
(b) Find someone to council you about the anger.
(c) Challenge the angry thoughts before taking action.
(d) Release the anger in a constructive manner.
Short Answer Questions
1. The left pre-frontal lobe of the brain can turn off or dampen what emotion?
2. What component of the brain remembers facts and context?
3. What refers to being aware of one's mood and one's thoughts about that mood at the same time?
4. What notable book did psychiatrist Daniel Stern write?
5. What part of the brain interprets the world through the sense of smell?
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