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Multiple Choice Questions

1. 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) Mourning the trauma.
(b) Understanding the triggers and responses.
(c) Acting out the trauma in a real world environment.
(d) Retelling and reconstructing the trauma in a safe environment.

2. What psychologist tracked 200 couples identifying significant signs that predict which marriages will fail based on how they handle disagreements?
(a) Thomas Hatch.
(b) Howard Gardner.
(c) John Gottman.
(d) Peter Sifneos.

3. T. Berry Brazelton is a pediatrician from what institution?
(a) The University of Alabama.
(b) The University of Kansas.
(c) Yale University.
(d) Harvard University.

4. Sensitivity to prejudice has been addressed with what in an attempt to prevent lawsuits and conflict on the job?
(a) Legal courses.
(b) Harassment courses.
(c) Diversity courses.
(d) Religious courses.

5. What is the process of associating non-threatening things with something feared?
(a) Temperance.
(b) Working memory.
(c) Psychotherapy.
(d) Fear conditioning.

6. Hilda Bruch pioneered the study of eating disorders that identified the two-part cause. What was the first part?
(a) Girls with eating disorders were enraged and under stimulated.
(b) Girls with eating disorders were compassionate and uncoordinated.
(c) Girls with eating disorders could not distinguish one feeling from another.
(d) Girls with eating disorders felt ashamed and were unable to feel compassion.

7. According to an example in “Part Three: Chapter 9, “Intimate Enemies,” when boys play a sports game and one gets injured, the injured is expected to do what?
(a) Call for his mother.
(b) Plead for a penalty.
(c) Get off the field.
(d) Get the attention of the referee.

8. Dr. John Gottman and a colleague identified the three most toxic parenting styles. Which is the second discussed in Part Four: Chapter 12, “The Family Crucible”?
(a) Ignoring feelings altogether.
(b) Over acknowledgment of feelings.
(c) Showing no respect for the child’s feelings.
(d) Being too laissez-faire.

9. The predisposition for melancholy or cheerfulness appears in what stage of development, according to the author in Part Four: Chapter 14, “Temperament Is Not Destiny”?
(a) The third year of life.
(b) The first year of life.
(c) The ninth year of life.
(d) The seventh year of life.

10. Who are the psychologists who first published the concept of emotional intelligence in 1990?
(a) Robert Rosenthal and Judith Hall.
(b) Judith Hall and Lizabeth Roemer.
(c) Peter Salovey and John D. Mayer.
(d) Jerome Kagan and Robert Rosenthal.

11. 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) Working memory.
(c) Fear conditioning.
(d) Psychotherapy.

12. Dr. John Gottman and a colleague identified the three most toxic parenting styles. Which is the third discussed in Part Four: Chapter 12, “The Family Crucible”?
(a) Ignoring feelings altogether.
(b) Being too laissez-faire.
(c) Showing no respect for the child’s feelings.
(d) Over acknowledgment of feelings.

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

14. What psychologist discovered that the immune system is not separate from the brain, but connected to it through the part of the brain that regulates emotion?
(a) Robert Levenson.
(b) Ted Huston.
(c) Walter Mischel.
(d) Robert Ader.

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

Short Answer Questions

1. What psychologist at the University of Texas summarizes his research by reporting that women want to talk to make an emotional connection, but men want to make a connection by doing things together?

2. The neocortex in humans is _____ than in other species.

3. Emotional intelligence can be called what, according to the author in Part Five: Chapter 16, “Schooling the Emotions”?

4. Children who are disciplined irregularly or based on the mood of the parents learn what that can follow them through life, according to the author in Part Four: Chapter 12, “The Family Crucible”?

5. Dr. Judith Lewis Herman discovered three vital stages for retraining the brain of people suffering from PTSD. What is the third stage discussed in Part Four: Chapter 13, “Trauma and Emotional Relearning”?

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