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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. What does the lower dose of lithium allow Jamison to do?
(a) Play sport
(b) Watch television
(c) Eperience her emotions more fully
(d) Lecture students
2. Who does Jamison take with her on her long walks?
(a) Her cat
(b) Her son
(c) Richard Wyatt
(d) Her dog
3. What drug does Jamison compare the addictiveness of her manic states to?
4. Which of the following does Jamison state will contribute to the change in the way people perceive mental illness?
(c) The government
(d) Family members
5. What does Jamison question at the beginning of the chapter?
(a) The severity of her illness
(b) Her sexuality
(c) Her reluctance to discuss her illness
(d) Her love for her father
6. What does Jamison ponder in this chapter?
(a) The influence of language
(b) The influence of food on mental stability
(d) Japanese food
7. Which of the following words or phrases does Jamison not use to describe her depressive episodes?
(a) Deaden her spirits
(c) Deep cave like blackness
(d) Life-in-death blankness
8. What word Jamison used at a presentation made a woman angry?
9. What can Jamison do now she is taking less lithium?
(a) Fall in love
(b) Eat beans
(d) Read for pleasure
10. Where does Jamison say most scientists now believe manic depressive illness comes from?
(a) The Family
(b) Too much television
11. What have Jamison's exalted moods taught her?
(a) Never to become jaded to life
(b) Always put your health first
(c) Family is the most important part of her life
(d) Always keep looking for better things
12. Why would Jamison want to lower her medication?
(a) To think clearly
(b) To lose weight
(c) To relive the excitement of her moods
(d) To communicate better
13. What city does Jamison go back to?
(a) Los Angeles
14. Who did Jamison want to protect by not talking about her illness?
(a) Her friends
(b) Her colleagues
(d) Her family
15. What country does Mogens Schou come from?
Short Answer Questions
1. What can her mania lead to?
2. What does the chairman already know about?
3. Why does Jamison prefer the term manic depressive illness?
4. What kind of book does the Englishman give Jamison?
5. What does Jamison say is the one regret of her life?
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