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This quiz consists of 5 multiple choice and 5 short answer questions through Settling In.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. What information does Dr. Summer use to form his initial opinion of Hatter?
(a) What he hears from other people.
(b) Information from her parents.
(c) Her medical files.
(d) His first meeting with her.
2. Why does Dr. Summer call the psychiatrist at the Reformatory?
(a) He wants the psychiatrist to know how he feels about the Reformatory.
(b) He wants to know if the psychiatrist will allow him back, under any condition.
(c) He wants to come back and help Hatter, on one condition.
(d) He wants to know that Hatter will be cared for now that he is gone.
3. What does Rhinehart say about the marks on Hatter's body after removing her dress?
(a) The marks were very unusual and must be self-inflicted.
(b) They are not consistent with those found on most girls held in solitary.
(c) They are consistent with those found on most girls held in solitary.
(d) They were the source of her illness.
4. When does Dr. Summer really intend to return to the Reformatory after checking on his home?
(a) He plans to come back as he promised.
(b) He does not really plan to leave. He is trying to surprise Hatter and Rhinehart.
(c) He is not sure he will return.
(d) He plans to return a few days after promised.
5. What does Dr. Summer tell Hatter before leaving?
(a) Have someone call him if she wants to talk.
(b) He does not understand how to help her.
(c) None of these.
(d) He has given up on her.
Short Answer Questions
1. What does Rhinehart tell Hatter about Dr. Summer?
2. What is the name of the psychiatrist who has asked for Dr. Summer's help?
3. How does Hatter react to Dr. Summer treating her skin abrasions?
4. When does Dr. Summer promise to return to the Reformatory when he leaves to check on his home?
5. What does the Reformatory psychiatrist tell Dr. Summer is the only way Hatter will leave the basement early?
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