Violence Dynamics Quiz – Introduction to Asocial Violence

This quiz will test your introductory understanding of asocial violence as described through the models of Marc MacYoung and Rory Miller.

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Typically, can a Process Predator be de-escalated through the use of social skills?
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Typcially, can a Process Predator be deterred?
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A sign that you are in an asocial situation is that what typically works to peacefully solve a social situation is NOT working.
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Please, select the best answer.
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Security Level Violence is part of:
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What is an indicator of possible asocial violence?
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Select all that apply. "Othering" is common among
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What is the correct order of Maslow's Pyramid from bottom to top?
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Skilled predators keep you in your social mode. As long as you keep trying social strategies, he has absolute confidence that:
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A Process Predator (identity) is primarily looking for:
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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.
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Select all the answers that apply. Violent predators use:
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What do you first need for spotting abnormal activity?
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Which statement is more true?
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Select three common reasons that the warning signs of predatory behavior is not noticed.
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It is normal for people to
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Predators typically use the same positioning as people in social conflicts.
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Some experienced predators may pretend to use the same positioning as people in a social conflict as a tactic to catch you off-guard.
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Most people's training in the martial arts applies primarily to:
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Using social skills/scripts/responses are effective methods to deal with asocial predators.

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