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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. When was Dr. Charles Nemeroff born?
2. Jerome Kagan is a developmental psychologist from what university?
(a) Yale University.
(b) The University of New Hampshire.
(c) The University of Alabama.
(d) Harvard University.
3. Neuroscientists Thorsten Wiesel and David Hubel proved that the neurons unused in the brain will do what?
(a) Establish new connections.
(b) Absorb their neighbors.
(c) Lose their connections.
(d) Shrink in size.
4. What does “SEL” stand for?
(a) Short-term Experimental License.
(b) Specific Empathy Library.
(c) Socially Endangered Limitations.
(d) Social and Emotional Learning.
5. According to the author in Part Five: Chapter 15, “The Cost of Emotional Illiteracy,” emotional illiterates tend toward what?
Short Answer Questions
1. Dr. David Spiegel is one of the most respected experts in the clinical uses of what?
2. What psychologist at the University of Texas summarizes his research by reporting that women want to talk to make an emotional connection, but men want to make a connection by doing things together?
3. Dr. Judith Lewis Herman discovered three vital stages for retraining the brain of people suffering from PTSD. What is the first stage discussed in Part Four: Chapter 13, “Trauma and Emotional Relearning”?
4. Marriages that began in 1990 suffered a divorce rate of what percentage, according to the author in Part Three: Chapter 9, “Intimate Enemies”?
5. According to an example in “Part Three: Chapter 9, “Intimate Enemies,” when girls play a sports game and one gets injured, what happens?
Short Essay Questions
1. What discovery did Dr. David Spiegel make regarding emotions and the body?
2. What study on the engineers at Bell Labs is described in Part Three: Chapter 10, “Managing with Heart”? What results were found?
3. 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”?
4. What study did Hilda Bruch develop in the 1960s? What discoveries did she make?
5. What does the author state regarding “age-appropriate learning” in Part Five: Chapter 16, “Schooling the Emotions”?
6. What health impacts from anger are described in Part Three: Chapter 11, “Mind and Medicine”? Who conducted studies on anger?
7. What does the author state in regard to personal prejudice in the workplace in Part Three: Chapter 10, “Managing with Heart”?
8. What advice does Harry Levinson give to managers on coaching employees in Part Three: Chapter 10, “Managing with Heart”?
9. What discovery did Robert Ader make regarding emotions? What impact did this study have?
10. What biological explanation does Dr. Charles Nemeroff give for PTSD in Part Four: Chapter 13, “Trauma and Emotional Relearning”?
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