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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 did Douglas' wife do for a job while living in Milwaukee?
(a) A therapist.
(b) A hair stylist.
(c) A doctor.
(d) A teacher.
2. What did Douglas think of Kemper?
(a) He was kind and funny.
(b) He was scary.
(c) He was a cold blooded killer.
(d) He was remorseful.
3. Richard Speck claimed he was not __________.
(a) A human.
(b) A murderer.
(c) A man.
(d) A serial killer.
4. According to William Heirens, who lived inside of him?
(a) Ethel Walker.
(b) Joey Balnaducci.
(c) George Murmans.
(d) Sally Ride.
5. When he taught road school, what did Douglas suggest was the best way to gain insight on criminals?
(a) Speak directly to criminals.
(b) Go to college.
(c) Read police files.
(d) Read his book.
Short Answer Questions
1. In Chapter 10, Douglas cited a murder case from Rome, Georgia, where a 12 year old was murdered. How was she killed?
2. What was a common theme in the ATKID killer's victims?
3. Whom did Kemper shoot and stab at age 14?
4. In Chapter 3, in what area did Douglas work towards a masters degree?
5. What was the significance of Niskey Lake Road in Chapter 11?
Short Essay Questions
1. Describe Wayne Williams' murders. What name did the police give him?
2. What led to the FBI's new appreciation of profiling?
3. Describe the program that Douglas formalized with Dr. Ann Burgess.
4. Why did Douglas determine inmates wanted to be a part of his interview study?
5. What was the first crime Kemper committed, and where was he sent as punishment?
6. What profile did Douglas construct of Wayne Williams?
7. Describe Douglas' life in Milwaukee.
8. Define Douglas' process in creating a profile.
9. What was published in the book "Sexual Homicide: Patterns and Motives"?
10. What crime was Kemper in prison for when Douglas interviewed him, and what was Douglas' opinion about Kemper?
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