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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. 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. What is the process of associating non-threatening things with something feared?
(c) Fear conditioning.
(d) Working memory.
3. 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) Friendships and respect.
(b) Positive attitude.
(c) Company pride.
(d) Consensus and harmony.
4. 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”?
(a) The ninth year of life.
(b) The first year of life.
(c) The third year of life.
(d) The seventh year of life.
5. At what institution does Dr. Redford Williams work?
(a) Duke University.
(b) Rutgers University.
(c) Yale University.
(d) Harvard University.
Short Answer Questions
1. John Lochman is a psychologist at what university?
2. Dr. Charles Nemeroff is best known for his work in treating what?
3. Jerome Kagan found four temperamental types that have different patterns of brain activity. What is the second described in Part Four: Chapter 14, “Temperament Is Not Destiny”?
4. The way men and women communicate comes from training in childhood and what, according to the author in Part Three: Chapter 9, “Intimate Enemies”?
5. Jerome Kagan is a developmental psychologist from what university?
Short Essay Questions
1. What discovery did Robert Ader make regarding emotions? What impact did this study have?
2. What is the author’s position in teaching “character”? What is his conclusion in this regard at the end of the book?
3. What can cause post-traumatic stress disorder in children? What makes a difference in a child’s ability to overcome PTSD?
4. Why is “bullying” an inadequate managerial technique, according to the author in Part Three: Chapter 10, “Managing with Heart”? What does good management mean?
5. What is the impact of emotional illiteracy, according to the author in Part Five: Chapter 15, “The Cost of Emotional Illiteracy”?
6. 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?
7. What does the author state regarding “age-appropriate learning” in Part Five: Chapter 16, “Schooling the Emotions”?
8. What study on the engineers at Bell Labs is described in Part Three: Chapter 10, “Managing with Heart”? What results were found?
9. 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”?
10. What growing movement in education is described by the author in Part Five: Chapter 16, “Schooling the Emotions”?
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