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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.

Multiple Choice Questions

1. Psychologist C. R. Snyder studied students’ grades in relation to their level of what?
(a) Community involvement.
(b) Hope of success.
(c) Time spent watching television.
(d) Family wealth.

2. Psychiatrist Daniel Stern identified the process of reinforcing empathy in children as what?
(a) Reliance.
(b) Attunement.
(c) Metamorphosis.
(d) Enchantment.

3. What is the specialization of Howard Gardner?
(a) Prison psychology.
(b) Neuroscience.
(c) Marriage counseling.
(d) Developmental psychology.

4. John Mayer is a psychologist at what institution?
(a) The University of New Hampshire.
(b) New York University.
(c) Columbia University.
(d) Claremont Graduate University.

5. Joseph LeDoux works at the Center for Neural Science at what institution?
(a) The University of Washington.
(b) The University of Wisconsin.
(c) New York University.
(d) Pennsylvania State University.

6. What refers to being aware of one's mood and one's thoughts about that mood at the same time?
(a) Neural hijacking.
(b) Working memory.
(c) Objective thinking.
(d) Self-awareness.

7. Alexithymia is a term coined by what psychotherapist in 1972?
(a) Bruce McEven.
(b) Thomas Borkovec.
(c) Lewis Terman.
(d) Peter Sifneos.

8. According to the author in Part Two: Chapter 5, “Passion's Slaves,” balancing the extremes of emotion leads to a state of well-being, or what the early Christian church called what?
(a) Exaggeration.
(b) Rationality.
(c) Empathy.
(d) Temperance.

9. Where is researcher Ulf Dimberg from?
(a) Sweden.
(b) Iceland.
(c) Poland.
(d) Germany.

10. An example of the social skills of charisma is exemplified by a scenario with an elderly Japanese man calming who on a bus in Part Two: Chapter 8, “The Social Arts”?
(a) A violent felon.
(b) A hysterical mother.
(c) A rude teenager.
(d) A belligerent drunk.

11. What researcher argues that the roots of morality come from empathy?
(a) Martin Hoffman.
(b) Robert Hare.
(c) Jerome Kagan.
(d) Richard Davidson.

12. Charisma combines four separate interpersonal intelligence components. What is the second?
(a) Negotiating solutions.
(b) Social analysis.
(c) Personal connection.
(d) Organizing groups.

13. What psychologist states that psychopaths may lack compassion and empathy for others because they themselves do not feel fear and cannot anticipate consequences in Part Two: Chapter 7, “The Roots of Empathy”?
(a) T. Berry Brazelton.
(b) Robert Hare.
(c) Ted Huston.
(d) C. R. Snyder.

14. What does “EI” stand for?
(a) Evolved Intelligence.
(b) Emotional Intelligence.
(c) Enlightened Intelligence.
(d) Euphoric Intelligence.

15. Dolf Zillmann found that the universal trigger for anger is what?
(a) A sense of enlightenment.
(b) A sense of empathy.
(c) A sense of endangerment.
(d) A sense of entitlement.

Short Answer Questions

1. Researcher Paul Ekman names three kinds of display rules in Part Two: Chapter 8, “The Social Arts.” What is the second?

2. Researcher Paul Ekman names three kinds of display rules in Part Two: Chapter 8, “The Social Arts.” What is the third?

3. Emotionally abused children develop keen skills in interpreting the moods of others as a means of what, according to the author in Part Two: Chapter 7, “The Roots of Empathy”?

4. What does “FACS” stand for?

5. Empathy is learned in infancy through what process?

(see the answer keys)

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