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This test consists of 5 multiple choice questions, 5 short answer questions, and 10 short essay questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. According to the author in Part Two: Chapter 5, “Passion's Slaves,” anger, if not cut off, will fuel itself into what?
2. Alexithymia is a term coined by what psychotherapist in 1972?
(a) Lewis Terman.
(b) Thomas Borkovec.
(c) Bruce McEven.
(d) Peter Sifneos.
3. Researcher Ulf Dimberg found that expressions of emotion are contagious with the transfer of mood coming from the more what person to others?
(a) Scientifically inclined.
(b) Socially dominant.
(c) Socially engaged.
(d) Forcefully expressive.
4. The Stanford-Binet Intelligence Test was originated in what country?
5. Researcher Paul Ekman names three kinds of display rules in Part Two: Chapter 8, “The Social Arts.” What is the first?
Short Answer Questions
1. What is the specialization of Howard Gardner?
2. Where is researcher Ulf Dimberg from?
3. What release is a crucial component of the fight-or-flight response of the sympathetic nervous system?
4. Dr. Antonio Damasio labels what are commonly known as “gut feelings” with what term?
5. Dolf Zillmann gives two methods for diffusing anger. What is the first?
Short Essay Questions
1. What study of C. R. Snyder’s is described in Part Two: Chapter 6, “The Master Aptitude”? What did his results indicate?
2. The growth of the human fetal brain parallels the evolution of the brain in other species. What is the first part of the brain to develop and what purpose does this part of the brain serve?
3. Psychologists Lizabeth Roemer and Thomas Borkovecresearched worry and recommend two steps to reverse the worry habit. How are these described in Part Two: Chapter 5, “Passion's Slaves”?
4. What are the purposes of the left and right pre-frontal lobes in the brain?
5. How do emotionally neglected and emotionally abused children respond differently to empathy?
6. What discovery did Joseph LeDoux make in the study of emotional hijacking?
7. How is the amygdala capable of surpassing the neocortex in moments of emotional hijacking?
8. How is dyssemia defined in Part Two: Chapter 8, “The Social Arts”? How common is dyssemia?
9. What did Ulf Dimberg discover about expressions of emotion, according to the author in Part Two: Chapter 8, “The Social Arts”?
10. What is the purpose of the neocortex? When was the neocortex developed in mammals?
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