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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. John Mayer names three styles of handling one’s emotions. Which of these experience and control their emotions to that they remain on an even keel?
(a) The self-aware.
(b) The engulfed.
(c) The accepting.
(d) The justified.

2. What does “IQ” stand for?
(a) Infinity Question.
(b) Indirect Question.
(c) Insomnia Quotient.
(d) Intelligence Quotient.

3. What percentage or more of an emotional message is communicated non-verbally?
(a) 90%.
(b) 20%.
(c) 75%.
(d) 35%.

4. 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?
(a) Carbohydrates.
(b) Proteins.
(c) Catecholamines.
(d) Enzymes.

5. Psychologists Daniel Weinberger and Richard Davidson researched what group of people who appear to tune-out their emotions?
(a) Aggressors.
(b) Depressors.
(c) Distressors.
(d) Repressors.

Short Answer Questions

1. Dr. Antonio Damasio studied patients who suffered damage to what?

2. Charisma combines four separate interpersonal intelligence components, according to what two psychologists discussed in Part Two: Chapter 8, “The Social Arts”?

3. According to the author in Part Two: Chapter 5, “Passion's Slaves,” balancing the extremes of emotion leads to a state of well-being, or what the early Christian church called what?

4. Researcher Paul Ekman names three kinds of display rules in Part Two: Chapter 8, “The Social Arts.” What is the first?

5. Decision making involves balancing the emotional and the what?

Short Essay Questions

1. What discovery did Walter Mischel make through his experiments in the 1960s?

2. What are the impacts of extreme emotions, according to the author in Part Two: Chapter 5, “Passion's Slaves”? What is the opposite called?

3. What did Daniel Stern term the process of reinforcing empathy in children? How is this defined in Part Two: Chapter 7, “The Roots of Empathy”?

4. How do emotionally neglected and emotionally abused children respond differently to empathy?

5. Where in the brain is the limbic system located? What purpose does this section of the brain serve?

6. How is the amygdala capable of surpassing the neocortex in moments of emotional hijacking?

7. What did William Pithers discover about empathy in psychopaths, according to the author in Part Two: Chapter 7, “The Roots of Empathy”?

8. What test of Robert Rosenthal’s is described in Part Two: Chapter 7, “The Roots of Empathy”? How is the test described?

9. 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”?

10. How is alexithymia defined in Part Two: Chapter 4, “Know Thyself”? Who coined this term?

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