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

Multiple Choice Questions

1. Though it was long believed that the thalamus sent signals to the neocortex that then went to the amygdala, research by what neuroscientist discovered a direct connection from the thalamus to the amygdala?
(a) Jerome Kagan.
(b) Joseph LeDoux.
(c) Dolf Zillmann.
(d) Ulf Dimberg.

2. T. Berry Brazelton found through research that a child's readiness for learning is based on seven key factors. Which is the third?
(a) Relatedness.
(b) Confidence.
(c) Curiosity.
(d) Intentionality.

3. Jerome Kagan found four temperamental types that have different patterns of brain activity. What is the fourth described in Part Four: Chapter 14, “Temperament Is Not Destiny”?
(a) Upbeat.
(b) Timid.
(c) Melancholy.
(d) Bold.

4. According to the author in Part Five: Chapter 15, “The Cost of Emotional Illiteracy,” emotional illiterates tend toward what?
(a) Rationality.
(b) Distress.
(c) Aggression.
(d) Depression.

5. Dr. Judith Lewis Herman discovered three vital stages for retraining the brain of people suffering from PTSD. What is the second stage discussed in Part Four: Chapter 13, “Trauma and Emotional Relearning”?
(a) Understanding the triggers and responses.
(b) Retelling and reconstructing the trauma in a safe environment.
(c) Acting out the trauma in a real world environment.
(d) Mourning the trauma.

6. Corporate consultant and psychoanalyst Harry Levinson advises managers on how to coach employees. What is the first piece of advice he gives?
(a) Be specific.
(b) Be present.
(c) Offer a solution.
(d) Be sympathetic.

7. When was Dr. Charles Nemeroff born?
(a) 1925.
(b) 1949.
(c) 1964.
(d) 1958.

8. According to the author in Part Four: Chapter 13, “Trauma and Emotional Relearning ,” what can help lessen the length and intensity of emotional responses or emotional hijackings, reshaping the brain to stand down from the constant state of emergency?
(a) Objective thinking.
(b) Fear conditioning.
(c) Working memory.
(d) Psychotherapy.

9. Dr. Charles Nemeroff is best known for his work in treating what?
(a) Pyromania.
(b) Paraphilia.
(c) Ekbom syndrome.
(d) Depression.

10. Author Daniel Goleman has been nominated for what prestigious award two times?
(a) The National Book Award.
(b) The Ambassador book Award.
(c) The Pulitzer Prize.
(d) The Nebula Award.

11. Neuroscientists Thorsten Wiesel and David Hubel proved that the neurons unused in the brain will do what?
(a) Absorb their neighbors.
(b) Shrink in size.
(c) Establish new connections.
(d) Lose their connections.

12. Dr. Judith Lewis Herman discovered three vital stages for retraining the brain of people suffering from PTSD. What is the first stage discussed in Part Four: Chapter 13, “Trauma and Emotional Relearning”?
(a) Understanding the triggers and responses.
(b) Retelling and reconstructing the trauma in a safe environment.
(c) Acting out the trauma in a real world environment.
(d) Mourning the trauma.

13. Who found that husbands find disagreements more stressful and therefore have a lower threshold for flooding leading them to stonewall as a protective defense?
(a) Robert Levenson.
(b) Robert Rosenthal.
(c) Ted Huston.
(d) William Stern.

14. According to studies by Jerome Kagan, the difference between timid and bold temperamental types is how easily what is stimulated?
(a) The neocortex.
(b) The hippocampus.
(c) The brainstem.
(d) The amygdala.

15. According to the author in Part Five: Chapter 15, “The Cost of Emotional Illiteracy,” alcoholics tend to have a biological marker of under-producing what neurotransmitter that regulates anxiety?
(a) Dopamine.
(b) Norepinephrine.
(c) Glutamate.
(d) GABA.

Short Answer Questions

1. Dr. Redford Williams found that being prone to what was a stronger predictor of dying young than other risk factors including smoking, high blood pressure, and high cholesterol?

2. Psychologist Richard Davidson works at what university?

3. Psychologist Richard Davidson discovered a link between temperament and what?

4. Following criticism from Senator Charles Grassley of the Senate Finance Committee, Nemeroff resigned as chair of the psychiatry department at what institution?

5. What is the process of associating non-threatening things with something feared?

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