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Course Transcript Questions The answer to Question 1 is found in Track 1 of the Course Content. The Answer to Question 2 is found in Track 2 of the Course Content... and so on. Select correct answer from below. Place letter on the blank line before the corresponding question. Do not add any spaces.


1. Your world, holidays included, has surprisingly little effect on your happiness until you do what?
2. What is true forgiveness?
3. Where is happiness found?
4. What are the thought categories in the "Pausing between the Pearls" exercise?
5. How is the term "ego" used in a non-Freudian manner in this CD set?
6. What do you create as long as you are preoccupied with what others do or don't do?
7. What are rewards from confusion or overwhelm?
8. What are techniques you can use to make your priorities list more manageable?
9. What is a common denominator in saying no?
10. What are contradicting views about money?
11. What will shape the decisions that you make regarding your spending and saving habits?
12. What is a way to kick your adrenaline habit?


A. in the present
B. judgment/attack, worry, fear, past, and future
C. Fear
D. attention, advice, addictions, and avoidance
E. what you choose to focus on
F. a calm recognition that below your egos others are all exactly the same.
G. Money is good; and money is evil.
H. coat your world with your thoughts which assigns a
meaning to what happened to you
I. a self-styled hell
J. doing it, delegating it, throwing it away, and questioning it.
K. "so and so has an ego problem" or " there are a lot of big egos in this room". The implication is that a fake
identity has been assumed and that an unwholesome or exaggerated persona is being projected. people with "big
egos" are not being themselves, the effect on them and others is unhappy. Your ego or your false self, reactive
perhaps anxious thoughts is your shabby self-image?
L. Analyze your distractions, interruptions, and annoyances.

Course Article Questions The answer to Question 13 is found in Section 13 of the Course Content. The Answer to Question 14 is found in Section 14 of the Course Content... and so on. Select correct answer from below. Place letter on the blank line before the corresponding question.


13.What time of year do suicides actually peak?
14. Regardless of other factors related to the holidays, sufferers of what disorder may experience chronic fatigue, difficulty in sleeping, irritability, and feelings of sadness?
15. What independent dimensions are primary sources of depression?
16. What are ways to begin changing depressive attitudes?
17. How is depression a spandrel?
18. According to Stein, what is an attempt to predict future danger and/or an attempt to gain control over events that appear uncontrollable?
19. Research evidence indicates that which group has higher levels of internalizing disorders and are more likely to report anaclitic depressive symptoms that express somatic preoccupations?
20. According to Kramer, when you embrace depression as disease altogether, you become more suspicious of what?
21. Patients with SP experience signs of what when in social settings?
22. What are the "Big Five" of anxiety sensitivity?
23. In the Cognitive Model, proposed by Rachman, what is the result of panic attacks?
24. What is the major scourge of humankind?


A. girls
B. catastrophic misinterpretation of certain bodily sensations
C. spring
D. Seasonal Affective Disorder
E. autonomic arousal
F. dependency and self-criticism
G. worry
H. alienation
I. depression
J. 1) directly wrestle with your negative beliefs: to listen to
how you state those beliefs in your mind, to learn how those statements influence your actions 2) to explore other possible attitudes which might support your goals.
K. neuroticism, extraversion, agreeableness, conscientiousness, and openness to experience
L. natural without having contributed evolutionary advantage

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