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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. Who is the main character of this chapter?
(b) Mrs. O'C
(c) Mrs. O'M
2. What is the main character's affliction?
(a) Phantom Limb Syndrome
(b) Cupid's disease
(c) Tourette's syndrome
(d) Korsakov's disease
3. How does the main character handle her grandmother's death?
(a) She has a nervous breakdown
(b) With Compsure
(c) She runs away from home
(d) With Rage
4. The main character has which book memorized?
(a) Bach's Biography
(b) Webster's Dictionary
(c) The Bible
(d) Grove's Dictionary of Music and Musicians
5. What is the main character's disorder?
6. What is the main character's affliction?
7. When is the affliction discovered and treated? When is it rediscovered?
(a) Age 5 and 35
(b) Age 7 and 18
(c) Age 4 and 45
(d) Age 6 and 25
8. What is the main character's primary affliction?
(a) Cannot understand faces
(b) Cannot remember who she is
(c) Cannot see the right-side of her visual field
(d) Cannot see whole personalities
9. What is the disorder discussed in the chapter named by Sacks?
10. Later on in life, but before being separated, what entertainment venue do the twins participate in?
11. What has the main character experienced over the last twenty-four years?
(a) A Coma
(b) Fits of Rage
(c) A Trance
(d) Deep Depression
12. Things aren't real to the main character until he has?
(a) Smelled Them
(b) Touched Them
(c) Taste Them
(d) Heard Them
13. William Penfield calls the disorder discussed in the chapter by what technical name?
(a) Mental Agnosia
(b) Mental Aphasia
(c) Mental Displopia
(d) Mental Degradation
14. What are the symptoms of the main character's affliction?
(a) She forgets who she is and invents new identities
(b) She has incredible pain throughout her body
(c) She has visions and seizures with a dream-like state
(d) She can no longer see
15. What happens when the twins are separated?
(a) They die from loneliness
(b) They can function normally in society
(c) They lose their ability to calculate
(d) They have higher IQ scores
Short Answer Questions
1. Who is the main character in this chapter?
2. The main character addresses Dr. Sacks as three different people. Which ones?
3. The second main character in the chapter hears what over and over again?
4. When does the main character live?
5. What does the disorder consist in?
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