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Lesson 2

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Chapter Review Quiz

Lesson 2: Expressions of Anger

 

1. It is easier to respond thoughtfully while angry than to react on autopilot.
True
False
2. Suppressing anger and ignoring emotions is an unhealthy expression of anger.
True
False
3. Refusing to accept blame and finding ways to blame others is an effective way to resolve a conflict.
True
False
4. Dealing with conflict effectively can improve self-esteem and relationships.
True
False
5. It is unhealthy to hold a grudge.
True
False
6. Susan and Oscar are in the middle of an argument. Susan feels extremely hurt and angered by the situation. She decides to walk out of the room and to no longer speak to Oscar for the remainder of the night. This is a healthy way of dealing with anger.
True
False
7. Open communication requires respect because both people must feel like it is safe to communicate how they feel in order to reach a resolution.
True
False
8. Using phrases beginning with “I feel upset when…” is a way to take ownership of your own emotions, thoughts, and expectations and /or beliefs.
True
False
9. It is healthy to avoid a conflict until it has built up enough to feel unavoidable.
True
False
10. Lying and manipulation are both unhealthy expressions of anger.
True
False
11. Edith often finds herself waking up on the wrong side of the bed. She slams things around while making coffee and is gruff with her children while getting them ready for school. Her children are often grumpy as a result of Edith’s behavior. This is an example of not considering others’ feelings.
True
False
12. An unhealthy expression of anger can create a long-lasting feeling of relief.
True
False
13. In order to resolve a conflict peacefully, it is important to see both sides as objectively as possible and accept that another person’s viewpoint is valid.
True
False
14. All unhealthy expressions of anger are violent in nature or blatantly aggressive.
True
False
15. Expressing my anger in a healthy manner will better allow me to work with others to resolve a conflict and make sure everyone’s needs are met.
True
False
 
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