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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. Where did Douglas receive murder scene training while in Milwaukee?
(a) Wisconsin State Penitentiary.
(b) The row.
(c) The butcher block.
(d) The Menominee Indian Reservation
2. Where did the Son of Sam stalk his victims?
(a) The local bar.
(b) The post office.
(c) The supermarket.
(d) Lover's Lane.
3. When he taught road school, what did Douglas suggest was the best way to gain insight on criminals?
(a) Go to college.
(b) Read police files.
(c) Speak directly to criminals.
(d) Read his book.
4. What crime did Russell Odom and Clay Lawson commit?
(a) They shot a policeman.
(b) They murdered a bank teller.
(c) They raped and murdered a 7-11 clerk.
(d) They stole from a grocery store.
5. What did Jerry Brudos keep in his freezer as a souvenir of his crimes?
(a) A severed ear.
(b) A cut off foot.
(c) A pint of ice cream.
(d) An arm.
Short Answer Questions
1. Under Hoover, the Behavioral Science Unit was referred to as _______________.
2. What object allowed Douglas to enter prisons with ease in Chapter 6?
3. What was the significance of Niskey Lake Road in Chapter 11?
4. How many cases did Douglas take in 1980?
5. What was the trigger that set off Monte Ralph Rissell's serial raping?
Short Essay Questions
1. Describe the metaphor "betting on raindrops rolling down the window."
2. Why does Douglas compare a criminal to a lion?
3. Describe the "Trailside Killer" and what characteristic his victim noticed.
4. When is the FBI allowed to become involved in murder cases?
5. List some of the Killers that Douglas and Ressler interviewed in Chapter 7.
6. Define Douglas' process in creating a profile.
7. What childhood story of Douglas' led to the term "everybody has a rock?" When did Douglas use the term again in Chapter 10?
8. Describes what happened when a murder suspect in Chapter 10 saw a bloody rock during an interrogation.
9. What technique did Douglas suggest the prosecutor should use when cross-examining?
10. What led to the FBI's new appreciation of profiling?
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