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This test consists of 5 multiple choice questions, 5 short answer questions, and 10 short essay questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. 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
2. What does Jamison say her emotional and physical pain forced her to do?
(a) Take heroin
(b) Take an overdose
(c) Pray for forgiveness
(d) Crawl across the floor
3. What does Jamison study in Oxford?
(a) Manic depression among British artists and writers
(b) Manic depression among genuises
(c) Manic depression among serial killers
(d) Manic depression and William Shakespeare
4. Which drug did Schou conduct clinical trials on?
5. What does Jamison want a heightened awareness of?
(a) Mental states
Short Answer Questions
1. What does Jamison not want to rule out when talking about mental illness?
2. Where is Richard the chief of neuropsychiatry?
3. What would there not be enough of if psychiatric issues stopped people from getting clinical privileges?
4. What does the lower dose of lithium allow Jamison to do?
5. What does Jamison say is part of who she is?
Short Essay Questions
1. How does Jamison react to David's death?
2. How does Jamison cope on her return to Los Angeles?
3. What does Jamison remember about her mood swings?
4. Why is Jamison encouraged by a presentation at the end of chapter 11?
5. Why was Jamison reluctant to openly discuss her illness?
6. How does the department chairman react when Jamison tells him she suffers from a mental illness?
7. How does another Englishman sweep Jamison off of her feet in chapter 8?
8. How is the lower dosage of lithium benefiting Jamison in chapter 9?
9. Why does Jamison prefer the term manic depressive to bi-polar?
10. How does Jamison end her memoir?
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