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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. Jerome Kagan found four temperamental types that have different patterns of brain activity. What is the fourth described in Part Four: Chapter 14, “Temperament Is Not Destiny”?
(a) Timid.
(b) Bold.
(c) Melancholy.
(d) Upbeat.

2. According to the author in Part Three: Chapter 10, “Managing with Heart,” the days of the bully manager are over in favor of building what in the workplace?
(a) Company pride.
(b) Friendships and respect.
(c) Consensus and harmony.
(d) Positive attitude.

3. Physical changes in the brains of PTSD sufferers include: increased production of stress hormones and a lowered ability to control what response?
(a) Objective thinking.
(b) Fight or flight.
(c) Fear conditioning.
(d) Neural hijacking.

4. T. Berry Brazelton found through research that a child's readiness for learning is based on seven key factors. Which is the first of these?
(a) Relatedness.
(b) Cooperativeness.
(c) Confidence.
(d) Curiosity.

5. Though it was long believed that the thalamus sent signals to the neocortex that then went to the amygdala, research by what neuroscientist discovered a direct connection from the thalamus to the amygdala?
(a) Dolf Zillmann.
(b) Joseph LeDoux.
(c) Jerome Kagan.
(d) Ulf Dimberg.

Short Answer Questions

1. What, like other chronic negative emotions, increases the risks of complications during recovery from illness or surgery, according to the author in “Part Three: Chapter 11, Mind and Medicine”?

2. According to the author in Part Three: Chapter 10, “Managing with Heart,” one management consultant stated that “stress makes people” what?

3. Psychologist John Lochman designed a program to retrain aggressive boys in what?

4. Author Daniel Goleman has been nominated for what prestigious award two times?

5. According to the author in Part Four: Chapter 13, “Trauma and Emotional Relearning ,” what can help lessen the length and intensity of emotional responses or emotional hijackings, reshaping the brain to stand down from the constant state of emergency?

Short Essay Questions

1. What growing movement in education is described by the author in Part Five: Chapter 16, “Schooling the Emotions”?

2. What did Richard Davidson discover as a link to temperament? How is this link described in Part Four: Chapter 14, “Temperament Is Not Destiny”?

3. What does the author state in regard to personal prejudice in the workplace in Part Three: Chapter 10, “Managing with Heart”?

4. How does family impact a child’s development of emotional intelligence?

5. What impacts do stress and anxiety have on the body, according to Bruce McEven?

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

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

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

9. 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?

10. How does the author describe the “healthy” and “unhealthy” ways of arguing in Part Three: “Chapter 9, Intimate Enemies”?

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