Champion Self-test key
1. Being a champion requires a total devotion to developing competitive
False: This is not what we mean by being a champion. A champion
is someone who has the courage of his or her conviction.
2. Storytelling is a way to teach children the nature of being
True. Many stories present positive views of heroism and the risks
and sacrifices they made to achieve worthwhile goals.
3. Punishment often uses fear to foster an internal locus of control.
False. The correct answer is just the opposite. A reliance on punishment
and fear fosters an external locus of control.
4. The development of a true sense of power begins when a child
arrives at puberty.
False. The feeling of being a powerful person begins during infancy.
Of course, the nature of that power changes over time.