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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. How does the remedy work?
(a) It helps him/her with personal hygiene
(b) It increases the amount of food he/she eats
(c) It helps him/her go the bathroom properly
(d) It helps him/her to be independent
2. How many cases are covered in this chapter?
3. What does Mr. P do to keep himself oriented?
(a) Sings to himself
(b) Memorizes routines
(c) Follows his wife's instructions
(d) Asks for help
4. Why doesn't the introduction of a video system work?
(a) The patient is disturbed that he/she can only perceive half of his/her body
(b) The patient does not like to be reminded of his/her disability
(c) The patient can't work the video system
(d) The patient is upset by his/her unkempt appearance
5. Sacks' book is different from a college textbook in that it:
(a) Has a slower pace
(b) Has a friendlier style
(c) Has a more rushed style
(d) Has a more scientific style
Short Answer Questions
1. What are the agents that spread the main character's disorder?
2. The main character's disorder involves a breakdown of cooperation between which three body systems?
3. Dr. P is a teacher of what?
4. The main character of this chapter has which disorder?
5. What is the cause of the main character's inability to use one of her body parts?
Short Essay Questions
1. What is Mrs. O'C's primary symptom? What is Mrs. O'M's primary symptom? How do their attitudes differ about their symptoms?
2. What is the change in the main character's demeanor in the chapter and why?
3. Who is the main character in this chapter? What is the main character's occupation and affliction?
4. What is phantom limb syndrome? What are its disadvantages?
5. What is the connection between Christina's dream and her ailment?
6. Who is the main character in this chapter? What is his affliction? How does it affect him?
7. What are the main character's experiences due to her affliction about? How does she react to them?
8. How does Sacks see the theme of 'what science leaves out' play into the chapter? What does he thinks this leaves out?
9. How do observes view the main character, given his inability to recognize that his leg hasn't been replaced?
10. What is Mrs. S condition? What is its cause? What are some of her symptoms?
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