The Science of Well-Being for Teens Module 4 Quiz Answers

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The Science of Well-Being for Teens Module 4 Quiz Answers

Module 4 Quiz Answers

Question 1)
True or False: You are stuck with your thoughts.

  • True
  • False

Question 2)
Select the option that can BEST prevent hedonic adaptation.

  • Expressing gratitude
  • Fighting your inner critic
  • Meditating every day

Question 3)
Which of the following is NOT a step in experiencing gratitude.

  • It involves realizing there is an external source for a positive outcome or circumstance
  • It involves recognizing and attending to a positive outcome or circumstance
  • It involves making sure everyone else knows how grateful you are

Question 4)
Meditation is associated with the following benefits: (Check all that apply)

  • Higher test scores
  • Decreased social closeness
  • Increased positive emotions
  • Increased grey matter in the brain

Question 5)
Amanda is beginning a meditation practice for the first time. She starts meditating, and is trying to focus on her breath when she realizes that her mind has wandered. She then thinks to herself “Ugh, I am such a scatter brain.” Which option would help Amanda?

  • She should work towards being less judgmental during her meditation practice
  • She should try to intentionally empty her mind of other outside thoughts

Question 6)
What are the three parts of self-compassion?

  • Flow, connection, and playfulness
  • mindfulness, gratitude, self-kindness
  • mindfulness, self-kindness, common humanity
  • mindfulness, gratitude, common humanity

Question 7)
True or False: You can give yourself a hug in order to become more self-compassionate.

  • True
  • False

Question 8)
True or False: Imagining you are a drill sergeant to yell at yourself is an effective way to motivate yourself and feel better in the long run.

  • True
  • False

Question 9)
Olivia’s 16th birthday is coming up and she is excited to get her driver’s license. But when she takes her test, she ends up failing the exam. Afterwards she thinks “I must be a bad driver! I’ll never be able to pass my driving test.” What concept from the course describes Olivia’s statement to her mother?

  • Lack of optimism
  • Reference Points
  • Impact Bias
  • Fixed Mindset

Question 10)
All of the following statements align with a growth mindset EXCEPT:

  • “I’ll work harder next time.”
  • “Mistakes are fine because it means I’m learning”
  • “I can get better if I keep trying!”
  • “I’m naturally good at this.”

Question 11)
Fill in the blank. What’s a phrase we can use to get a growth mindset?: “I can’t do this ____”

  • ever
  • yet
  • at all

 

 

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