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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. Dr. Antonio Damasio works at the College of Medicine at what university?
(a) Pennsylvania State University.
(b) Harvard University.
(c) The University of Iowa.
(d) Rutgers University.
2. Walter Mischel’s test in the 1960s measured what?
(a) Marriages and arguments.
(b) Childhood obesity.
(c) Deferred gratification.
(d) Post-traumatic stress disorder.
3. What are released by the adrenal glands as a reaction to stress, raising blood pressure, heart rate and the breathing rate and increasing muscle strength in a state of alertness?
4. What does “DSM” refer to?
(a) Disease Spreading Material.
(b) Damaging Social Manners.
(c) Depression and Sleep Apnea Medicine.
(d) Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders.
5. The left pre-frontal lobe of the brain can turn off or dampen what emotion?
6. Psychologists Peter Salovey and John Mayer define emotional intelligence into five categories. What is the second category?
(a) Managing emotions.
(b) Handling relationships.
(c) Motivating one's self.
(d) Knowing one’s emotions.
7. Researcher Paul Ekman names three kinds of display rules in Part Two: Chapter 8, “The Social Arts.” What is the third?
8. 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) 5 ½.
(d) 2 ½.
9. Dolf Zillmann gives two methods for diffusing anger. What is the first?
(a) Challenge the angry thoughts before taking action.
(b) Release the anger in a constructive manner.
(c) Find someone to council you about the anger.
(d) Remove yourself from the setting that triggers the anger.
10. Emotions, like instincts, have helped humans survive by doing what, according to the author in Part One: Chapter 1, “What Are Emotions For?”
(a) Driving them to action.
(b) Encouraging relationships.
(c) Creating a universal language for all humans.
(d) Portraying strength.
11. John Mayer is a psychologist at what institution?
(a) Columbia University.
(b) New York University.
(c) The University of New Hampshire.
(d) Claremont Graduate University.
12. Psychiatrist Daniel Stern identified the process of reinforcing empathy in children as what?
13. What kind of specialist is Joseph LeDoux?
14. What German psychologist coined the term “IQ”?
(a) John Gottman.
(b) William Stern.
(c) Daniel Weinberger.
(d) Leslie Brody.
15. What prison psychologist states that some psychopaths can learn empathy by playing the role of their victims and by hearing and reading the statements of their victims?
(a) William Pithers.
(b) Peter Salovey.
(c) Richard Davidson.
(d) Ted Huston.
Short Answer Questions
1. Researcher Paul Ekman names three kinds of display rules in Part Two: Chapter 8, “The Social Arts.” What is the first?
2. In philosophy, what is the characteristic of any action, belief, or desire that makes their choice a necessity?
3. Daniel Goleman currently co-directs the Consortium for Research on Emotional Intelligence in Organizations at what university?
4. What surrounds the brain stem like a ring providing improved tools for survival such as learning and memory?
5. Venting anger generally does what, according to the author in Part Two: Chapter 5, “Passion's Slaves”?
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