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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. Where is researcher Ulf Dimberg from?
2. Where did Daniel Goleman earn his Ph.D.?
(a) Emory University.
(b) Harvard University.
(c) The University of Kansas.
(d) The University of Washington.
3. What are released by the adrenal glands as a reaction to stress, raising blood pressure, heart rate and the breathing rate and increasing muscle strength in a state of alertness?
4. When was Alfred Binet born?
5. Psychologists Peter Salovey and John Mayer define emotional intelligence into five categories. What is the third category?
(a) Managing emotions.
(b) Handling relationships.
(c) Knowing one’s emotions.
(d) Motivating one's self.
Short Answer Questions
1. Mihaly Csikszentmihalyi refers to a state of high concentration, self-forgetfulness, and mild ecstasy as being what?
2. Charisma combines four separate interpersonal intelligence components. What is the first?
3. What notable book did psychiatrist Daniel Stern write?
4. Fear arouses the body to fight or flight by doing what within the body?
5. John Mayer is a psychologist at what institution?
Short Essay Questions
1. What biological explanation is given as a possible cause for alexithymia in Part Two: Chapter 4, “Know Thyself”?
2. What test of Robert Rosenthal’s is described in Part Two: Chapter 7, “The Roots of Empathy”? How is the test described?
3. What discovery did Joseph LeDoux make in the study of emotional hijacking?
4. How is alexithymia defined in Part Two: Chapter 4, “Know Thyself”? Who coined this term?
5. What are positive uses of emotion, according to the author in Part Two: Chapter 6, “The Master Aptitude”?
6. What are the impacts of extreme emotions, according to the author in Part Two: Chapter 5, “Passion's Slaves”? What is the opposite called?
7. What does Howard Gardner suggest regarding EI in Part Two: Chapter 3, “When Smart Is Dumb”?
8. How does researcher Paul Ekman describe his three “display rules” for emotions in Part Two: Chapter 8, “The Social Arts”?
9. How does the author compare IQ and EI in Part Two: Chapter 3, “When Smart Is Dumb”?
10. What did William Pithers discover about empathy in psychopaths, according to the author in Part Two: Chapter 7, “The Roots of Empathy”?
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