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Are or range of personal distinctness characterized by specific qualities

Domain

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Part of the consciousness that involves feeling and the capacity to detect and respond to sensory stimuli

Emotions

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Capacity of our lives that enables us to correctly experience and use feelings and sensibility

Emotional strength

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Total surrounding of things, conditions, or influences

Environment

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Non rational, internal sensation not connected with sight, hearing, taste, smell or what is classically correlated to touch

Feeling

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Responsiveness or susceptibility to sensory stimuli

Sensibility

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Qualities or features that bring power, force, vigor of sustenance

Strength

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Psychologist at the university of New Hampshire 1993

John Mayer

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Psychologist at Yale university 1993 and dean of Yale college

Peter Salovey

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John Mayer and Peter Salovey proposed the concept of ?

Emotional intelligence

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Who was another psychologist that joined and systemized the study of emotional intelligence ? and what did he develop as a tool for measuring it?

David Caruso and MSCEIT (2002)

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Who was A journalist specializing in the area of the brain and psychology
And wrote Emotional Intelligence (best seller)

Daniel Goleman

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Who is the founder of Humanistic Manifesto

John Dewy

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Who was a psychologist at the University of Pennsylvania
o The loss of modernism

Martin Seligman

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How to become a bully (three habits)

1. Try to change the subject too abruptly or too soon
2. Try to change the subject to support their own opinions
3. Simply disagree with others right away

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How do the three habits in how to become a bully result in others rejecting them ?

By either non-invites to events or non-inclusion

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Negative attributes in social interaction

1. Don’t seem to know how or when to end a conversation or phone call and keep on talking
2. Oblivious to all cues and hints to say good-bye
3. Conversation centers on themselves all the time
4. Isn’t interested in what others have to say
5. Ignore tentative attempts to refocus upon another
6. Intrude and ask “nosy” questions
7. Stands too close while talking
8. Spreads their belongings into other people’s space
9. Interpreting or using body language poorly
10. Misinterpreting or misusing facial expressions (like not making eye contact)
11. Poor sense of emotional speech (talking to shrilly or flatly)

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Positive attributes in social interaction

1. Speak directly to others when spoken to
2. Initiate social contact
3. Don’t wait for others to initiate social contact
4. Carry on a conversation
5. Don’t fall back on yes or no/one-word answers
6. Express gratitude towards others
7. Let another person walk before yourself when passing through a door
8. Wait until one person is served something, before serving oneself
9. Thank others
10. Say please
11. To share

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Emotionally unhealthy addictions

1. Depressed- Narcotics (cocaine)
2. Anxiety (worry and fear)- Alcohol
3. Anger- Opiates (marijuana)/ Pain medications

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4 skills or strengths for emotional intelligence

1. Identify and express emotions
2. Use or generate emotions
3. Understand emotions
4. Manage emotions

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Recognize the 3 most inept parenting styles

1. Ignoring feelings all together
2. Being too laissez far
3. Showing no respect for a child’s feelings

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Emotional schooling (starting with family members)

1. Learn how to feel about yourself
2. How others react to your feelings
3. How to think about your feelings
4. Choices we have in reacting
5. How to read and express, hopes and fears

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All people face this moment of peril- the one being _____\______; _____\____by the group. It starts as a young child in ______, _____, ______, etc. the difference is that a bully is rejected more often- because of these three habits on how to become a bully.

Accepted/ rejected
Invited/uninvited
Group play, outings, lunch tables

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Who write the closing of the American mind in 1997

Allan bloom

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"Delight yourself in the Lord and He will grant the desires of your heart"

Psalms 37:6

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"Renew your mind.... Test God's good perfect a and pleasing will"

Romans 12:1-3

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I don't know

1. They Won’t Let Anyone Limit Their Joy
2. They Won’t Forget
3. They Won’t Die in the Fight
4. They Won’t Prioritize Perfection
5. They Won’t Live in the Past
6. They Won’t Dwell on Problems
7. They Won’t Hang Around Negative People
8. They Won’t Hold Grudges
9. They Won’t Say Yes Unless They Really Want To

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Biblical literacy came in what years

1400s-1950s

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Humanistic literacy came in what year

1950s till today

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What does literacy mean

reading, writing, understanding, expressing

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What are the 2 greek culture humanistic philosophies

Epicurean and stoic

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“test your own actions, take pride in yourself” and who is the example I'm this story

Galatians 6:3-5
Goliath

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“Jesus knew in his spirit that this was what they were thinking in their hearts” who are the examples in this story

Mark 2:8
King artaxerxes and Nehemiah

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skill sets emotional intelligent people have

1. motivate themselves
2. persist in the face of frustration
3. control impulse
4. delayed gratification
5. regulate ones mood
6. keeping distress from swamping your ability to think
7. empathise
8. hope

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What does Internal locus of control mean

belief that life and behavior is ruled by your own personal choices, decisions, and actions

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What does External locus of control mean

belief that others will determine your circumstances

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How you respond to authority show emotion belief is

- what we want vs authority
- emotional response allows you to understand and manage

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The right mood is defined by ?

What you have faith in

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Allan bloom wrote the closing of the American mind because

he could not teach his students because they were too concerned with outward appearance to develop the soul

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The inability to think results in a lack of

Leadership