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congruence. emotional intelligence. emotional transference.
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Add Question HereQuestion 193Multiple Choice0 pointsModifyRemoveQuestionKaty is experiencing a great deal of emotional upheaval. However, she has difficulty in pinpointing why she is feeling so uncomfortable and whether she is feeling more anxious, depressed, or angry. Katy is low in Answersociability. congruence. emotional intelligence. emotional transference. Add Question HereQuestion 194Multiple Choice0 pointsModifyRemoveQuestionAccording to your textbook, which of the following is one of the important skills related to emotional intelligence? Answercreativity concept formation empathy directive communication Add Question HereQuestion 195Multiple Choice0 pointsModifyRemoveQuestionLydia is good at “reading” facial expressions, tone of voice, and other signs of emotion in others and to sense what others are feeling. In terms of emotional intelligence, Lydia is exhibiting Answercongruence. emotional conceptualization. empathy. bidirectional communication. Add Question HereQuestion 196Multiple Choice0 pointsModifyRemoveQuestionLaTara is very good at sensing what her friends are feeling, but she tends to have difficulty interpreting her own emotions. In terms of emotional intelligence, LaTara is able to exhibit _____, but has difficulty in _____. Answerempathy; perceiving her own emotions bidirectional communication; empathy emotional flexibility; emotional conceptualization bidirectional awareness; perceiving her own emotions Add Question HereQuestion 197Multiple Choice0 pointsModifyRemoveQuestionRegarding emotional intelligence skills, which of the following statements is FALSE? AnswerEmotional intelligence involves an ability to manage your own emotions and those of others. Emotional intelligence involves being keenly sensitive to one’s own feelings. Emotional intelligent people treat negative emotions as unwelcome misery. If you can remember how you reacted emotionally in the past, it can help you react better to new situations. Add Question HereQuestion 198Multiple Choice0 pointsModifyRemoveQuestionEmotionally intelligent people Answerknow how to calm down when they are angry and also know how to calm others. know what causes various emotions, what they mean, and how they affect behavior. use emotions to promote personal growth and improve relationships with others. do all of these. Add Question HereQuestion 199Multiple Choice0 pointsModifyRemoveQuestionWhen good fortune comes their way, emotionally intelligent people Answerenjoy their good fortune without announcing it to others. share their news with others. know the good fortune is fleeting and prepare themselves for a reversal of fortune. enjoy their good fortune and assume that this is a stable situation.
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