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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. Who is the mother of Ellen, who in high school developed manic depression?
2. Who was John Astin's 12-year-old son who came to live with him and Patty?
3. Who is an example in Chapter 10 that saw signs of manic depression in her married son?
4. How long after marrying John Astin did Patty realize she was pregnant?
(a) One month.
(b) One year.
(c) Two months.
(d) Six months.
5. Who is the controversial former Prime Minister of Israel referred to in Chapter 8?
(a) Israel Harvey.
(b) Ishmael Chaim.
(c) Menachem Begin.
(d) Chaim Potok.
Short Answer Questions
1. Where was it that Patty's best friend lived across the street from her?
2. In the story about Ellen, who developed bipolar disorder in high school, and her mother was her caretaker 17 years later, what did Ellen graduate college to become?
3. Which of the following is a neuroleptic drug?
4. The doctor who discovered lithium's effects on mania originally suspected that what was the culprit for the disease?
5. How many people were present at the first reading of the script of Patty's television movie?
Short Essay Questions
1. What did the psychiatrist and Patty disagree about regarding her manic "epiphany"?
2. Discuss the effects of parents who pass on manic-depression to their children.
3. Discuss anticonvulsants and neuroleptics.
4. What does Patty Duke conclude regarding talent and manic depression?
5. What was Patty's experience like in making Call Me Anna?
6. What is the argument regarding treatment for the creative manic depressant?
7. What can be the result of siblings coping with someone with manic depression?
8. What are the effects of dealing with a parent with manic depression?
9. What concerns doctors in discussing manic depression and creativity?
10. What led to Patty overcoming her fear of death?
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