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This test consists of 5 short answer questions and 1 (of 3) essay topics.
Short Answer Questions
1. What would there not be enough of if psychiatric issues stopped people from getting clinical privileges?
2. What does Jamison still grieve for?
3. What does Jamison fill out an application for?
4. Where is Richard the chief of neuropsychiatry?
5. What did the woman think that Jamison's choice of words would do to sufferers of mental illness?
Write an essay for ONE of the following topics:
Essay Topic 1
How important is it to the study of bi-polar or manic depression that the illness is addressed by a sufferer? Can someone who does not suffer from the illness ever truly understand its complexity?
Essay Topic 2
Examine Jamison's writing style. How would you describe her prose style? What kind of vocabulary does she use? Does she use any specific writing techniques? What meaning does Jamison's style give to her story?
Essay Topic 3
How is Jamison's book important in changing people's perceptions of mental illness? How much does it help that she is a well established doctor? Is there a danger that people will connect such illnesses with high achievers?
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