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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. What is the nationality of the man Jamison meets at a dinner party?
(d) South African
2. What does Jamison ponder in this chapter?
(a) The influence of food on mental stability
(b) Japanese food
(d) The influence of language
3. Where does Jamison say most scientists now believe manic depressive illness comes from?
(a) The Family
(c) Too much television
4. What kind of book does the Englishman give Jamison?
(a) A book on medicine
(b) A book on ironic humor
(c) A book on love
(d) A book on manic depression
5. What message does the Englishman write in the book?
(a) Thank you for a lovely weekend. They tell me it rained.
(b) Forget me and you can forget life
(c) Thank you for everything.
(d) Marry me
6. Who does Jamison recall a conversation with?
(a) Johann Johannsen
(b) Johan Cryuff
(c) Delmore Scwartz
(d) Mogens Schou
7. What would Jamison want to be available if she chose to be manic depressive?
8. Which of the following sometimes triggers a memory of earlier days as a manic depressive?
(a) A sound
(c) A poem
(d) A red light
9. Which of the following does Jamison state will contribute to the change in the way people perceive mental illness?
(b) Family members
(c) The government
10. Why does Jamison prefer the term manic depressive illness?
(a) People know what it is
(b) It sounds more dangerous
(c) It has more positive connotations
(d) It is more descriptive
11. What does Jamison say can often often accompany manic depression?
12. What does Jamison say has made her life bearable?
(a) Human contact
13. Why did Jamison want to protect her family?
(a) They did not know about her illness
(b) They all have weak hearts
(c) They shy away from fame
(d) Manic depression is genetically based
14. What country does Mogens Schou come from?
15. What is the correct medical diagnosis of Jamison's illness?
(c) Clinical depression
(d) Manic depression
Short Answer Questions
1. What does the chairman already know about?
2. What does Jamison want to discuss with the chairmen?
3. What can her mania lead to?
4. Which of the following words or phrases does Jamison not use to describe her depressive episodes?
5. How does Jamison describe Richard?
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