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This test consists of 5 multiple choice questions, 5 short answer questions, and 10 short essay questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. What is his problem with body?
(a) He believes that his face is someone else's.
(b) He believes that his leg is someone else's.
(c) He believes that his arm is someone else's.
(d) He believes that his hands are someone else's.
2. Sacks says taht for a long time which part of the brain was thought to be less complex?
(a) The left hemisphere
(b) Frontal Lobe
(c) Parietal Lobe
(d) The right hemisphere
3. Who is the main character in this chapter?
(a) Mr. P
(b) Jimmie G.
(d) Mr. MacGregor
4. To what extent is Jimmie G's intelligence impaired?
(b) Not at all
5. What is the main character's affliction?
(a) Only Cerebral Palsy
(b) Congential Blindness and Cerebral Palsy
(c) Only Congenital Blindness
(d) Neither Congenital Blindness nor Cerebral Palsy
Short Answer Questions
1. What part of the main character's body does he have a problem with?
2. What word does Dr. Sacks use to describe the way the main character feels?
3. What is the main character's most frustrating disability?
4. The main character's name is
5. What year does Sacks think Jimmie G's memory should have stopped?
Short Essay Questions
1. What is Witty Ticcy Ray's disorder? How does it hurt him? How does it benefit him?
2. What is the change in the main character's demeanor in the chapter and why?
3. How is Madeline's problem fixed? What was the cause of her disorder in the first place?
4. When the main character loses his affliction? What has he lost? What does he think he has lost?
5. What is Natasha K's affliction? What is its cause? How does it affect her? Does she like it or dislike it?
6. Who is the main character in this chapter? What is her affliction? How does she handle relationships with others?
7. Why does Sacks think that phantom limb syndrome might be importantly beneficial to a patient who has lost a limb?
8. Why does A. R. Luria advise Sacks to present case histories as stories? What aspect of his stories does Sacks focus on as a result?
9. What is Mrs. S condition? What is its cause? What are some of her symptoms?
10. How does Christina cope with her condition?
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