Introduction to Asocial Violence Name Email 1. Typically, can a Process Predator be de-escalated through the use of social skills? Yes No2. Typcially, can a Process Predator be deterred? Yes No Sometimes3. A sign that you are in an asocial situation is that what typically works to peacefully solve a social situation is NOT working. True False4. Please, select the best answer. A. Asocial violence is when someone is being anti-social. B. Asocial violence starts when someone is being unfriendly. C. Asocial violence does not see the victim as a person, but as a resource of some sort.5. Security Level Violence is part of: Social Violence Asocial Violence6. What is an indicator of possible asocial violence? A. Being in a fringe area with few other people. B. The presence of lots of other people (an audience). C. Creepy and/or scary looking people.7. Select all that apply. "Othering" is common among Monkey Dancers Process Predators Eductional Beatdowns Resource Predators Territory Defense8. What is the correct order of Maslow's Pyramid from bottom to top? A. Esteem, Belonging, Safety, Physiological, Self-Actualization B. Belonging, Esteen, Safety, Physiological, Self-Actualization C. Self-Actualization, Esteem, Belonging, Safety, Physiological D. Physiological, Safety, Belonging, Esteem, Self-Actualization9. Skilled predators keep you in your social mode. As long as you keep trying social strategies, he has absolute confidence that: A. You are completely predictable. B. You will not be able to bring yourself to hurt him. C. You are too dangerous to mess with. D. You are aware of his tactics.10. A Process Predator (identity) is primarily looking for: A. A physical payoff B. An emotional payoff C. To teach you a lesson.11. Low level predators may enjoy bullying and degrading people without ever obviously harming them. They enjoy not only having a submissive partner but making the partner be submissive in public. True False12. Select all the answers that apply. Violent predators use: A. Social skills to keep victims from fighting back. B. Social pressure to keep victims from from fighting back. C. The threat of violence to keep victims from fighting back.13. What do you first need for spotting abnormal activity? A. Being aware of your surroundings. B. Knowing what abnormal activity looks like. C. Knowing what normal activity looks like. D. Intuition14. Which statement is more true? A. People consciously recognize normal behavior. B. People don't consciously recognize normal behavior.15. Select three common reasons that the warning signs of predatory behavior is not noticed. A. It is missed- not seen at all B. The predator is hiding in the bushes. C. It is dismissed- seen, but ignored as unimportant. D. It is excused- acknowledged as odd but doesn’t count because there is probably a perfectly good reason. E. The predator is wearing a disguise.16. It is normal for people to A. Approach you from the rear. B. Blade their body when talking to you. C. Stand nose to nose with you. D. Stand in front of you but slightly out of striking range.17. Predators typically use the same positioning as people in social conflicts. True False18. Some experienced predators may pretend to use the same positioning as people in a social conflict as a tactic to catch you off-guard. True False19. Most people's training in the martial arts applies primarily to: A. Social Violence B. Asocial Violence20. Using social skills/scripts/responses are effective methods to deal with asocial predators. True FalseTime is Up!