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1

Provide an example of how you "exercise your will".

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2

The two manners in which individuals prefer to intake information are?

1. Sensing.
2. Intuition.

3

Once you gather information, you _____ the information in order to come to conclusions.

Evaluate.

4

The two manners in which individuals prefer to come to conclusions are?

1. Thinking.
2. Feeling.

5

The two psychological activities in which individuals operate in are?

1. Judging.
2. Perceiving.

6

Individuals who have the greatest energy by interacting with the external world of people, experiences, and activities are known as?

Extroverts.

7

Individuals who have the greatest energy by interacting with the internal world of ideas, memories, and emotions are known as?

Introverts.

8

In combining these psychological preferences is one way better than another?

No.

9

Students with a _____ preference favor social interaction in classes and studying.

Feeling.

10

Students with a _____ preference favor gathering a lot of facts and details.

Sensing.

11

Students with a _____ preference favor classes and studies that come to clear conclusions.

Judging.

12

Students with a _____ preference favor classes that give plenty of opportunity for them to talk and discuss ideas.

Extroversion.

13

Students with a _____ preference favor classes that give plenty of opportunity for reflection and deep thought.

Introversion.

14

Students with a _____ preference favor constantly exploring new ideas related to what they are studying.

Perceiving.

15

Students with a _____ preference favor looking at bigger concepts and ideas.

Intuition.

16

Students with a _____ preference critically analyze anything they are studying.

Thinking.

17

Students with a _____ preference have a tendency to take action before decisions are clearly thought through.

Extroversion.

18

Students with a _____ preference have a tendency to make decisions quickly on a premonition or hunch.

Intuition.

19

Students with a _____ preference have a tendency to believe that making the decision is the most important part of the decision-making process.

Judging.

20

Students with a _____ preference have a tendency to postpone decisions until they have more facts or information.

Sensing.

21

Students with a _____ preference have a tendency to make decisions through the internal thought process.

Introversion.

22

Students with a _____ preference have a tendency to make decisions based on rational arguments that ignore valuable emotional information.

Thinking.

23

Students with a _____ preference have a tendency to avoid decisions for fear of bringing pain to another person.

Feeling.

24

Students with a _____ preference have a tendency to postpone or change decisions whenever any new information comes to light.

Perceiving.

25

This story from scripture was used in the chapter as an example of how external factors can keep us from making good internal decisions.

The rich young ruler.

26

This story from scripture was used in the chapter to illustrate how a group of people can be viewing the same situation at the same time, but process the data differently.

The twelve spies sent out by Moses to scout out the Promised Land.

27

This story from scripture was used in the chapter to instruct us that we are called to a unique life and that it is a mistake to follow someone else’s path in life.

Joshua.

28

This story from scripture was used in the chapter to instruct us that situations we may consider troublesome and problematic can actually provide us great insight into ourselves and into reality.

Job.

29

Why is the rear-view mirror a symbolic tool of faith?

Because you have to have faith that someone is actually searching for you to see that the rear-view mirror has value.

30

Define the spiritual strengths domain.

The capacity in our lives that enable us to discern and respond in service to transcendental influences that are encountered above or beyond that which is explainable by natural law or phenomena.