____ 2. The ability to relate to others indicates that you have strong ____ skills.
____ 3. The ability to manage your emotions so that they work for you and not against you indicates that you have strong ____ skills.
____ 4. If you cope well when things don't go according to plan you have strong ____ skills.
____ 5. If you are generally optimistic and content, you have strong ____ skills.
____ 6. A person who requests a desired behavior from a partner and then attacks the partner for complying is a ____.
____ 7. A person who tries to solve problems by telling a partner what the partner is really thinking is a ____.
____ 8. According to the text, what percent of today's college students are "traditional"?
____ 9. How many more minority students are enrolled in college today than twenty years ago?
____ 10. According to the text, in 2004 what was the dollar value of community service performed by college students?
____ 11. Which of the following is not true about emotional intelligence?
____ 12. The ability to understand yourself well indicates that you have good ____ skills.
____ 13. In Why We Love, anthropologist Helen Fisher defined love as consisting of psychological and ____ characteristics.
____ 14. Anthropologist Helen Fisher found that people in love have all the following symptoms except:
____ 15. When you're newly infatuated with someone, the following levels of dopamine, norepinephrine, and serotonin are in your brain:
____ 16. According to your text, which of these statements best defines what love is?
____ 17. According to your text, what is at the heart of every quality relationship?
____ 18. Unproductive communication patterns are a sign of low ____ skills.
____ 19. A person who saves grudges and then dumps all the contents on a partner at an opportune moment is a:
____ 20. According to research, which of the following is not a characteristic of couples in a healthy relationship?