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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. The way men and women communicate comes from training in childhood and what, according to the author in Part Three: Chapter 9, “Intimate Enemies”?
(a) Verbal development.
(b) Intuition.
(c) School education.
(d) Mathematical development.

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

3. Leslie Brody and who summarize research on the emotional development of boys and girls in Part Three: Chapter 9, “Intimate Enemies”?
(a) C. R. Snyder.
(b) Harry Levinson.
(c) Robert Levenson.
(d) Judith Hall.

4. Dr. David Spiegel studied women in the advanced stage of what disease?
(a) AIDS.
(b) Alzheimer's.
(c) Breast cancer.
(d) Glaucoma.

5. According to the author in Part Five: Chapter 15, “The Cost of Emotional Illiteracy,” emotional illiterates tend toward what?
(a) Rationality.
(b) Depression.
(c) Aggression.
(d) Distress.

Short Answer Questions

1. Which of the seven key factors of a child’s readiness for learning defined by T. Berry Brazelton means engaging with others?

2. Where is neuroscientist Torsten Wiesel from?

3. Corporate consultant and psychoanalyst Harry Levinson advises managers on how to coach employees. What is the second piece of advice he gives?

4. 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?

5. 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”?

Short Essay Questions

1. What discovery did Robert Ader make regarding emotions? What impact did this study have?

2. What does the author give as reasons for the higher divorce rates today than 100 years ago in Part Three: “Chapter 9, Intimate Enemies”?

3. What can cause post-traumatic stress disorder in children? What makes a difference in a child’s ability to overcome PTSD?

4. Harvard pediatrician T. Berry Brazelton found through research that a child's readiness for learning is based on seven key factors. What are they?

5. What is the impact of post-traumatic stress disorder in children, according to the author in Part Four: Chapter 13, “Trauma and Emotional Relearning”?

6. What health impacts from anger are described in Part Three: Chapter 11, “Mind and Medicine”? Who conducted studies on anger?

7. What advice does Harry Levinson give to managers on coaching employees in Part Three: Chapter 10, “Managing with Heart”?

8. What program of John Lochman’s is decribed in Part Five: Chapter 15, “The Cost of Emotional Illiteracy”? What were the results of the program?

9. Why is “bullying” an inadequate managerial technique, according to the author in Part Three: Chapter 10, “Managing with Heart”? What does good management mean?

10. Why do parents have the greatest influence in shaping a child’s brain, according to the author in Part Four: Chapter 14, “Temperament Is Not Destiny”?

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