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Lesson 3

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Chapter Review Quiz

Lesson 3: Where Does Anger Come From?

1. Because dealing with anger is a learned behavior or habit, it can be unlearned.
True
False
2. Every person's methods of handling anger were learned in childhood, but these methods persist into adulthood.
True
False
3. Although self-awareness is important when it comes to managing anger, it is more important to be aware of others.
True
False
4. Because another person's actions may have triggered my unhealthy expression of anger it is ultimately their fault that I reacted as I did.
True
False
5. Our internal states, like hunger and sleepiness, can make it more difficult to keep cool.
True
False
6. Ruth has trouble maintaining meaningful friendships. She often checks social media and feels both jealous and angry when she reads about acquaintances getting together and having fun. Ruth probably has an unmet need for a sense of community.
True
False
7. As we mature and develop, our needs get more basic and simplified.
True
False
8. Learning to recognize unmet needs in others will help you gain an objective perspective when trying to resolve conflict.
True
False
9. Unhealthy expression of anger can be caused by something seemingly irrelevant, allowing a person to avoid the real emotion, such as grief or pain.
True
False
10. People with unmet needs tend to react rather than respond to a situation.
True
False
11. Being reprimanded for expressing emotions during childhood has nothing to do with how you handle anger today.
True
False
12. The expression of anger is frequently a learned habit, which means that we must continue learning in order to change it.
True
False
13. Children raised by parents who often become involved in verbal or physical altercations may express their anger in a similar manner as they grow up.
True
False
14. Unawareness of unmet needs, such as a sense of independence or power, may lead someone to be reactive and aggressive which may harm their relationships.
True
False
15. Even if a relationship has existed for more than 1 year it is still possible to learn new methods of handling anger.
True
False

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