Chapter Review Quiz

Lesson 1: Getting Started

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Chapter Review Quiz

Lesson 1: Getting Started

1. Anger is experienced both psychologically and physically.
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2. Improved self-esteem is one benefit of anger management.
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False
3. Stifling anger is an appropriate method of handling anger.
True
False
4. Mild annoyance is not considered a manifestation of anger.
True
False
5. Failing to manage anger can have many social consequences, including isolation.
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False
6. Anger management can lead to improved, more effective communication.
True
False
7. Anger is inherited.
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False
8. Sarcasm is an unhealthy expression of anger.
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False
9. Only people who display extreme signs of anger can benefit from anger management.
True
False
10. Lack of respect for one’s self and peers can lead to anger management issues.
True
False
11. Imagine this scenario: Jim is more often than not a calm person. He never raises his voice at home, and he never shows signs of anger at work. Jim, however, has felt disrespected on multiple occasions by his boss. On the way home from work, he is in a constant state of road rage and experiences a fast heart rate and a tight jaw. Jim is probably not in need of anger management.
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12. Feeling anger frequently or extremely intensely can lead to health issues, such as hypertension and a weakened immune system.
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False
13. After reaching adulthood, most people cannot unlearn unhealthy habits of dealing with anger.
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False
14. Observing ways that others deal with anger, including both the healthy and unhealthy methods, will help you learn about yourself.
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False
15. Excessive cynicism, such as talking down to others or yourself, is not a form of misplaced anger.
True
False
 
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