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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 affliction?
(a) Tourette's syndrome
(b) Phantom Limb Syndrome
(c) Korsakov's disease
(d) Cupid's disease
2. What is the main character's main emotion?
3. How do people on the street react to the main character?
(a) They believe she is mocking them
(b) They react out of compassion for her disorder
(c) They scream and yell at her
(d) They are frightened and quickly run away
4. What happens when the twins are separated?
(a) They die from loneliness
(b) They lose their ability to calculate
(c) They have higher IQ scores
(d) They can function normally in society
5. What are the effects of the main character's affliction?
(a) Inability to identify himself
(b) Inability to identify others
(c) Inability to attend to his right side.
(d) Inability to comprehend language
6. What is the twins' special ability?
(a) Do complicated math problems
(b) Calculate day of the week at past or future times
(c) Immediately rhyme any word mentioned
(d) Guess Age
7. How does the main character recall the murder?
(a) He gets his by a bat and can immediately remember the murder
(b) He gets hit by a car and can immediately remember the murder
(c) He has a bike accident that puts him in a coma
(d) He gets hit by a car and goes into a coma
8. William Penfield calls the disorder discussed in the chapter by what technical name?
(a) Mental Agnosia
(b) Mental Displopia
(c) Mental Degradation
(d) Mental Aphasia
9. What does the main character lose when he loses his affliction?
10. Who are the two twins in the chapter?
(a) John and Michael
(b) Ray and John
(c) Jimmy and John
(d) Michael and Ray
11. Who is the main character in this chapter?
12. The second main character in the chapter hears what over and over again?
(a) Some old rock tunes from her youth
(b) Three hymns that she knows
(c) A discussion with her father about her mother's death
(d) Some conversations she remembers from her childhood
13. What is the disorder discussed in the chapter named by Sacks?
14. What is the main character's primary affliction?
(a) Cannot see the right-side of her visual field
(b) Cannot see whole personalities
(c) Cannot understand faces
(d) Cannot remember who she is
15. How does the court treat the main character?
(a) They exonerate him
(b) They send his case to a court of appeals
(c) They refuse to hear his case
(d) They convict him
Short Answer Questions
1. When is the affliction discovered and treated? When is it rediscovered?
2. Who is the main character of this chapter?
3. What is the main character's affliction?
4. The main character in this chapter controls her disorder by doing what?
5. What is the main character's occupation?
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