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This quiz consists of 5 multiple choice and 5 short answer questions through Chapter 4, Who Gets Manic-Depressive Illness?.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. What was the way Patty attempted suicide the majority of the times?
(a) Overdosing on pills.
(b) Jumping in front of a car.
(c) Drowning herself.
(d) Slitting her wrists.
2. How old was Patty's father when he died?
3. Who is the director of the U.S. Alcohol, Drug Abuse, and Mental Health Administration referred to in Chapter 2?
(a) Dr. Doris H. Rosenfeld.
(b) Dr. Frederick Wolverton.
(c) Dr. Emily Franklin.
(d) Dr. Frederick K. Goodwin.
4. When was Patty's mother diagnosed with unipolar depression?
5. In a 1969-research project at Washington University in St. Louis, researchers found that in two families, everyone that was ______ was also manic-depressive.
Short Answer Questions
1. What percentage of unipolar depressives will eventually commit suicide?
2. Researchers in Washington D.C. were studying how many patients whose depressions started in the spring and ended in the fall?
3. Duke writes in Chapter 1 that as her episodes increased with frequency they also increased with what?
4. What is the term for patients whose mood changes collide with one another, from month to month, day to day, sometimes even within the same day?
5. How did Patty Duke feel when she was diagnosed with manic depressive illness?
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