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AM FE 0120

ANGER MANAGEMENT FINAL EXAM (0-10 HR CLASS)
Directions:  Complete the final exam and email your responses to certificates@certifiedcourtclasses.com 
Be sure that you include your full name, email address, date of birth, and (if applicable) your case number and the court that your case is in.  Your score will be sent to you, along with an answer key.  Your Certificate of Completion will be generated and emailed to you.



1) Anger is a healthy human emotion and it is totally normal to feel angry.
    (a)  True
    (b)  False
2) Most people learn how to be have from:
    (a)   Their Friends
    (b)   Television
    (c)   The influential adults in their childhood
    (d)    None of the above.
3) The primary goal of anger management is to completely eliminate any angry emotions you feel.
    (a)    True
    (b)    False
4) Anger can be caused by fear, stressful situations and fatigue.
    (a)    True
    (b)    False
5)    It is possible for anger to create positive changes that are very powerful.
    (a)    True
    (b)    False
6)    The positive side of anger is:
    (a)    Other people can remind you how you have behaved when you were angry
    (b)    You are in control of yourself and your actions
    (c)    There really isn't a positive side of anger
    (d)    Anger does not fulfill any purpose
7)    A 24-hour contract, in this program, is:
    (a)    an agreement between you and you to monitor your anger signs, thoughts and feelings
    (b)    an agreement with your spouse not to get angry for 24 hours
    (c)    an agreement with me not to get angry
    (d)    an agreement with all your friends and family members to monitor your anger signs, thoughts and feelings
8)    Keeping a journal of your anger will:
    (a)    Enable you to understand your feelings
    (b)    Help you monitor your actions
    (c)    Help you understand your thoughts
    (d)    All of the above
9)    Understanding when, where and how strong your anger can be will help you avoid situations that might be anger provoking.
    (a)    True
    (b)    False
10)    When recognizing anger levels, you must first become aware of what your anger signs are.
    (a)    True
    (b)    False
11)    Examples of physical anger signs could include:
    (a)    Being silent
    (b)    Racing pulse
    (c)     Flushed face
    (d)    All of the above
12)    Being aware of how strong your anger is:
    (a)    Does not matter in this anger management program
    (b)    Makes your anger grow stronger
    (c)    Helps you avoid uncontrollable anger
    (d)    None of the above.
13)    What should you do during your 24-hour contract?
    (a)    Admit that you are angry.
    (b)    Do not turn angry emotions into angry behavior
    (c)    Acknowledge your anger, but do not act on it.
    (d)    None of the above
14)    Worrying about your personal thoughts and problems:
    (a)    Does not affect your anger
    (b)    Can increase your anger
    (c)    Causes anger to escalate
    (d)    B & C
15)    Anger is a secondary emotion:
    (a)    True
    (b)    False
16)    Anger is a learned behavior and we imitate other people's anger styles.
    (a)    True
    (b)    False
17)    Every time that you are angry, your body goes through chemical changes called:
    (a)    Fight or Flight
    (b)    Anger Infusion
    (c)    Deep Anger
    (d)    Stress Symptoms
18)    Once fight or flight is active, what is released into your body's bloodstream?
    (a)    adrenaline
    (b)    chemicals
    (c)    energy
    (d)    None of the above
19)    Chronic anger is:
    (a)    Healthy
    (b)    Refusing to let yourself get angry again
    (c)    Constant anger.
20)    Anger can affect your health.
    (a)    True
    (b)    False
21)    Recognizing your own behavior is highly important in the anger management process.
    (a)    True
    (b)    False
22)    Your body pays a very high price for being upset all the time.
    (a)    True
    (b)    False
23)    Noticing your internal anger signs as well as your physical anger signs when you initially experience them will help you become aware of your anger and keep it from becoming unmanageable.  
    (a)    True
    (b)    False
24)    You should learn to rate your anger because it will help you be ready or avoid situations that bring about intense anger.
    (a)    True
    (b)    False
25)    I am in total control of my anger as well as the way I act when I get angry.
    (a)    True
    (b)    False
26)    To experience emotions and to express them are a very important part of life.
    (a)    True
    (b)    False
27)    Other emotions that can bring on the same reactions that anger brings on are:
    (a)    fear
    (b)    surprise
    (c)    joy
    (d)    A&B
28)    Fear is:
    (a)    a negative emotion
    (b)    an intense emotion
    (c)    caused by anticipation of danger
    (d)    All of the above
29)    Identifying what is taking place in your environment will require you to focus on the situation.
    (a)    True
    (b)    False
30)    Surprise will cause your body the same physical reaction that fear will cause.
    (a)    True
    (b)    False
31)    If you do not know what emotion you are feeling, which questions should you ask yourself to figure it out:
    (a)    Am I in danger?
    (b)    What actual emotion might I be feeling?
    (c)    Are my feelings blown out of proportion?
    (d)    All of the above.
32)    Angry behavior does not always mean violent or physical outbursts.  It can include:
    (a)    Avoiding eye contact
    (b)    Ignoring people
    (c)    Humming
    (d)    All of the above
 33)    Learning to judge your environment will help you manage your anger.
    (a)    True
    (b)    False
34)    Steps to help you in controlling your anger would include:
    (a)    Recognizing that you feel angry
    (b)    Analyze your circumstances
    (c)    Monitor yourself and become aware of when you are angry.
35)    The foundations of anger management are:
    (a)    Accepting responsibility of your anger
    (b)    Analyze what you are involved in
    (c)    Practice
    (d)    All of the above
36)    Lots of small, petty stress factors can add up to uncontrollable anger.
    (a)    True
    (b)    False
37)    Relaxation imagination is:
    (a)    Nice way to daydream
    (b)    Pleasant, calm thought 
    (c)    Trying to re-visit a happier moment
    (d)    B & C
38)    When you come home, you are totally exhausted and stressed out from your day at work.  You should:
    (a)    Hurry up and do the laundry
    (b)    Rush out the door to meet your friends and forget about work    
    (c)    Take a 30 minute time-out
    (d)    Start dinner
39)    Examples of relaxation techniques are:
    (a)    Daydreaming
    (b)    Deep breathing, relaxation imagination and deep muscle relaxation
    (c)    Exercise
    (d)    B & C
40)    Glancing through your entries in your journal will assist you with:
    (a)    Knowing what your anger signs are
    (b)    Understanding your anger triggers
    (c)    None of the above
    (d)    Both of the above
41)    Deep breathing is healthy for your anger problem.
    (a)    True
    (b)    False
42)    Deep breathing is a convenient way relaxation technique for many people.
    (a)    True
    (b)    False
43)    If you experience road rage, you should:
    (a)    let the other driver know that you mean business
    (b)    get off of the road immediately
    (c)    get away from the other driver and focus on what you can control, which is you
    (d)    B&C
44)    Identifying your anger will take much effort and energy.
    (a)    True
    (b)    False
45)    To replace negative self-talk with positive self-talk, you have to be accountable for your thoughts.
    (a)    True
    (b)    False
46)    Negative self-talk has a major impact on your choices.
    (a)    True
    (b)    False
47)    When you choose to filter your thoughts, you:
    (a)    Think of things you like
    (b)    Only look at the good in things and people
    (c)    Filter out the good and zero in on the negative aspects of a situation
    (d)    Create new thoughts each moment
48)    Self-talk that incorporates all or nothing thinking patterns is called:
    (a)    Filtering
    (b)    Black and White
    (c)    Negative
    (d)    Red
49)    Black and white self-talk:
    (a)    Is limiting
    (b)    Allows only one-sided thinking
    (c)    Puts negative in control
    (d)    None of the above
50)    The easiest way to relax your body is:
    (a)    Deep breathing
    (b)    Imagery
    (c)    Exercise
    (d)    None of the above.
51)    Over-generalizing:
    (a)    Causes inaccurate and over generalized conclusions
    (b)    Incorporates words like "none" "never" or "always"
    (c)    Takes one outcome from once situation and applies it to other situations
    (d)    None of the above
52)    Making assumptions about what other people think of you without knowing the facts is called:
    (a)    Mind reading
    (b)    Thinking for others
    (c)    Filtering
    (d)    Refocusing
53)    The first thing you should do before you engage in negative self-talk is:
    (a)    Push it out of your mind.
    (b)    Once it starts, there is no stopping it.
    (c)    Stop!
    (d)    None of the above.
54)    Three steps to help you quickly interpret your emotions are:
    (a)    Evaluate the situation
    (b)    Interpret the situation
    (c)    Respond accordingly
    (d)    All of the above
55)    Recognition is the key to successful anger management.
    (a)    True
    (b)    False
56)    What questions would you ask yourself to determine if you were experiencing negative self-talk?
    (a)    What is my evidence for these thoughts?
    (b)    How did I arrive at this conclusion?
    (c)    What are the facts?
    (d)    All of the above.
57)    If you use filtering as self-talk, try to  
    (a)    Stop focusing on the bad.
    (b)    Redirect your attention to the good
    (c)    Neither of the above
    (d)    Both of the above
58)    Reminding yourself not to think of all situations as having the same outcomes would be asking yourself not to use which coping skill:
    (a)    Mind reading
    (b)    Over-generalization
    (c)    Black and white
    (d)    Filtering
59)    Negative ways to handle anger include:
    (a)    Sarcasm
    (b)    Denial
    (c)    Withdrawal
    (d)    All of the above
60)    The hardest part of changing your negative self-talk is:
    (a)    There is nothing that is hard
    (b)    Changing it to positive
    (c)    Catching yourself in self-talk
    (d)    All of the above.
    

BONUS QUESTIONS:

BONUS ONE)    The natural, instinctive response to anger is aggressive.
    (a)    True
    (b)    False
BONUS TWO)    Anger management is a quick fix.
    (a)    True
    (b)    False
BONUS THREE)    Managing your anger is a lifelong journey.
    (a)    True
    (b)    False

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