The Social Animal: The Hidden Sources of Love, Character, and Achievement Multiple Choice Test Questions

David H. M. Brooks
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introduction; Chapters 1-2

1. What superlative does Brooks use to describe his story in the introduction?
(a) Simplest.
(b) Happiest.
(c) Strangest.
(d) Worst.

2. In the Introduction, Brooks laments that most social policy is based on what understanding of humanity?
(a) Freudian.
(b) Conservative.
(c) Materialist.
(d) Rationalist.

3. At the beginning of the introduction, Brooks assures the reader that his protagonists are not what?
(a) Geniuses.
(b) Socialists.
(c) Politicians.
(d) Heroes.

4. In the introduction, Brooks states that Harold and Erica have what type of skills?
(a) Noncognitive skills.
(b) Paranormal skills.
(c) Rational skills.
(d) Arithmetic skills.

5. According to Brooks in his introduction, what is different about his book compared to the other social science books published in recent years?
(a) It focuses on the inner mind.
(b) It focuses on group dynamics.
(c) It focuses on America specifically.
(d) It focuses on real individuals.

6. In the introduction, where does Brooks say the majority of thinking takes place?
(a) China.
(b) The superego.
(c) Universities.
(d) The inner mind.

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