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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. What drug does Jamison compare the addictiveness of her manic states to?
2. Which of the following scientists are at the medical conference?
(a) David Bell
(b) James Watson
(c) Paul Ewood
(d) Lauren Smith
3. Why does Jamison not have children?
(a) She is infertile
(b) She does not like children
(c) Se does not wnat want them to inherit her illness
(d) Richard already has children
4. Which of the following does Jamison state will contribute to the change in the way people perceive mental illness?
(b) The government
(d) Family members
5. What does Jamison say emotional stability is a sign of?
(a) Hard work
Short Answer Questions
1. Which of the following sometimes triggers a memory of earlier days as a manic depressive?
2. What does the chairman already know about?
3. What did her illness destroy?
4. What does Jamison credit with stabilizing her moods?
5. What does Jamison ponder in this chapter?
Short Essay Questions
1. What does life in Oxford teach her?
2. What is Jamison wary of avoiding distinguishing the use of slang to describe mental illness in chapter 10?
3. How does Jamison end her memoir?
4. Why was Jamison reluctant to openly discuss her illness?
5. How does another Englishman sweep Jamison off of her feet in chapter 8?
6. What question does Jamison pose at the beginning of chapter 14?
7. What does Jamison say has given her the greatest happiness?
8. What is Jamison's view on the use of slang to describe people with mental illness?
9. How does Jamison benefit when her psychiatrist lowers her dosage level?
10. What does Jamison hope never to have to experience again concerning her manic episodes?
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