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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. According to an example in “Part Three: Chapter 9, “Intimate Enemies,” when girls play a sports game and one gets injured, what happens?
(a) The player that caused the injuries is ejected from the game.
(b) New rules are made to avoid repeat injuries.
(c) The game stops and attention goes to the one injured.
(d) The game is cancelled and everyone goes home.
2. 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?
3. According to Dr. Charles Nemeroff, the sufferers of PTSD experience a numbing of pain thanks to a higher secretion of what?
(d) Carbon Dioxide.
4. Dr. John Gottman and a colleague identified the three most toxic parenting styles. Which is the first 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.
5. Psychologist Richard Davidson discovered a link between temperament and what?
(a) The olfactory lobe.
(b) Pre-frontal lobe activity.
(c) The hippocampus.
(d) The neocortex.
6. In what year did Hilda Bruch pioneer a study of eating disorders that identified a two-part cause?
7. Jerome Kagan is a developmental psychologist from what university?
(a) The University of New Hampshire.
(b) Yale University.
(c) The University of Alabama.
(d) Harvard University.
8. Dr. John Gottman is a professor emeritus at what university?
(a) The University of Iowa.
(b) The University of Washington.
(c) The University of Wisconsin.
(d) The University of Kansas.
9. Where did Dr. Charles Nemeroff earn his Ph.D. in neurobiology?
(a) The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.
(b) Yale University.
(c) The University of New Hampshire.
(d) The University of Washington.
10. In the doctor patient relationship, the doctor is trained to treat disease and injury but not what, according to the author in Part Three: Chapter 11, “Mind and Medicine”?
(a) The financial needs of the patient.
(b) The religious needs of the patient.
(c) The needs of the family.
(d) The emotional needs of the patient.
11. Where is neuroscientist Torsten Wiesel from?
12. According to researchers in “Part Three: Chapter 9, “Intimate Enemies,” girls learn what faster than boys, and therefore become more skilled at expressing and reading emotions?
13. According to the author in “Part Three: Chapter 9, “Intimate Enemies,” boys honor independence while girls treasure what?
14. Dr. John Gottman worked with whom to identify the three most toxic parenting styles?
(a) Lizabeth Roemer.
(b) Dolf Zillmann.
(c) Carole Hooven.
(d) Walter Mischel.
15. Physical changes in the brains of PTSD sufferers include: increased production of stress hormones and a lowered ability to control what response?
(a) Neural hijacking.
(b) Fear conditioning.
(c) Fight or flight.
(d) Objective thinking.
Short Answer Questions
1. Dr. David Spiegel studied women in the advanced stage of what disease?
2. Marriages that began in 1890 suffered a divorce rate of what percentage, according to the author in Part Three: Chapter 9, “Intimate Enemies”?
3. Dr. Judith Lewis Herman is a professor of clinical psychiatry at the Medical School of what institution?
4. T. Berry Brazelton is a pediatrician from what institution?
5. What psychologist tracked 200 couples identifying significant signs that predict which marriages will fail based on how they handle disagreements?
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