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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. What is the main character's disorder?
2. The main character's treatment causes her to enjoy what?
(a) Romantic Movies
(b) Smutty Stories
(d) Church Services
3. What was the main character's symptoms?
(b) Hearing Voices
(c) Tactile Illusions
4. The main character responds to treatment by first regaining what?
(a) Neither One
(c) Psychomotor Functioning
(d) Speech and Psychomotor Functioning
5. How long does this affliction last?
(a) Three Months
(b) Three Weeks
(c) Three Days
(d) Three Years
6. The main character can't sing solo because he is what:
(c) Mentally Handicapped
(d) A Poor Singer
7. How does the main character become himself again?
(a) Working A Job
(c) Writing Music
(d) Worshipping in Church
8. William Penfield calls the disorder discussed in the chapter by what technical name?
(a) Mental Agnosia
(b) Mental Displopia
(c) Mental Aphasia
(d) Mental Degradation
9. How do people on the street react to the main character?
(a) They scream and yell at her
(b) They believe she is mocking them
(c) They react out of compassion for her disorder
(d) They are frightened and quickly run away
10. What is the main character's occupation?
11. The main character addresses Dr. Sacks as three different people. Which ones?
(a) Sister, Brother, Father
(b) Sister, Brother, Doctor
(c) Father, Sister, Doctor
(d) Father, Brother, Doctor
12. How many characters does the main character identify himself as in front of Dr. Sacks?
13. When does the main character live?
(a) 12th century
(b) 19th century
(c) 16th century
14. What happens to him after he commits murder?
(a) He gets amnesia
(b) He develops Cupid's Disease
(c) He gets hit by a truck
(d) He loses a limb and develops phantom limb syndrome
15. What hobby does the main character take up later in life?
(b) Stamp Collecting
Short Answer Questions
1. Where did James Parkinson identify Parkinsonism?
2. Things aren't real to the main character until he has?
3. Where does the main character end up flourishing?
4. What disorder does the main character have?
5. How does the main character describe what is happening to her?
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