Lesson 2 – Learn a model for developing positive habits for noticing and experiencing emotions. Quiz Please sign up for the course before taking this quiz. 1. What are the elements of emotion that define the axis of the Mood Meter1 Multiple Choice – choose two Valence Positive Negative Arousal Good Bad 2. The mood meter was created to help you:1 Multiple Choice, choose all that are correct: Become more aware of your emotions. Avoid using anything but neutral words to describe emotions. Generally identify the pleasantness and energy of your feelings. Give you a psychologically safe tool to use with others to establish new habits for talking about emotions. Understand that emotions have colors. 3. You can determine which color block you’re in based on the level of energy and pleasantness of an emotion.1 True False 4. You should never display the Mood Meter in a public place.1 True False 5. Each color quadrant represents a category of emotions.1 Choose the four words that best describe the general emotional categories of the Mood Meter. Angry Disgusted Happy Content Energized Doubtful Sad 6. Just pointing to a spot on the chart to indicate how you feel can increase your emotional awareness.1 True False 7. Red and blue emotions are bad, while yellow and green are good.1 True False 8. What are some good ways to practice working with your emotions?1 Multiple choice. Choose all that are correct. Answer the question "How are you?" honestly. Put a small copy of the Mood Meter on your desk and/or dashboard. Notice the sensations in your body to notice your emotions. Introduce the concepts and practices to your work team and family. Keep all of this information private. Lesson 1 - Explore the basic concepts, and common beliefs about Emotional Intelligence. Discover how to change your mindset to use them effectively. Back to: Lesson 2 – Learn a model for developing positive habits for noticing and experiencing emotions.