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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) A Seizure
(b) A Lobotomy
(c) A Brain Tumor
(d) A Brain Lesion
2. What is the main character's primary affliction?
(a) Cannot see the right-side of her visual field
(b) Cannot understand faces
(c) Cannot see whole personalities
(d) Cannot remember who she is
3. How do people on the street react to the main character?
(a) They are frightened and quickly run away
(b) They react out of compassion for her disorder
(c) They believe she is mocking them
(d) They scream and yell at her
4. The main character responds to treatment by first regaining what?
(a) Psychomotor Functioning
(c) Speech and Psychomotor Functioning
(d) Neither One
5. What does the disorder consist in?
(a) The loss of one's sense of self
(b) The loss of one's sense of self-control
(c) Mental transports to others times or places
(d) Intense religous experiences
6. How does the court treat the main character?
(a) They refuse to hear his case
(b) They convict him
(c) They exonerate him
(d) They send his case to a court of appeals
7. What is the main character's affliction?
(a) She is a retardate
(b) She has blindsight
(c) She has reminiscence
(d) She is paralyzed
8. The main character's treatment causes her to enjoy what?
(b) Smutty Stories
(c) Romantic Movies
(d) Church Services
9. What was the main character's affliction?
(a) Its not clear
(d) Bipolar Disorder
10. Later on in life, but before being separated, what entertainment venue do the twins participate in?
11. What is the main character's affliction?
(a) Elevated Proprioception
(b) Elevated Hearing
(c) Elevated Sex Drive
(d) Elevated Sense of Smell
12. The second main character in the chapter hears what over and over again?
(a) Some conversations she remembers from her childhood
(b) A discussion with her father about her mother's death
(c) Some old rock tunes from her youth
(d) Three hymns that she knows
13. What does the main character lose when he loses his affliction?
14. How does the main character describe what is happening to her?
(a) She is
(b) She is
(c) She is
(d) She is
15. The first main character discussed in detail exhibits what symptom?
(a) She is temporarily transported back to events from her teenage years each week
(b) She loses her sense of time and space
(c) She finds herself trapped within memories of being in Ireland from time to time
(d) She wakes up in the middle of the night hearing songs from her childhood
Short Answer Questions
1. What is the main character's disorder?
2. What is the name of the main character in this chapter?
3. How does the patient react to her perceptions of individuals as fractured?
4. What are the effects of the main character's affliction?
5. What was the main character's symptoms?
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