Part I, Understanding Where You Are Now, Chapter 1, Living with Physical Limitations
1. Morrie Schwartz is a professor of what subject?
(b) World history.
(c) Social psychology.
(d) Organic chemistry.
2. Where did Schwartz teach?
(a) Harvard University.
(c) Ohio State University.
(d) Brandeis University.
3. How long was Schwartz a professor?
(a) Five decades.
(b) Two decades.
(c) Four decades.
(d) Three decades.
4. Schwartz received a diagnosis for what disease?
(a) Parkinson's disease.
(b) Pulmonary fibrous.
(c) Brain cancer.
5. When Schwartz first learned of his sickness, what did he decide to start?
(a) A charity foundation.
(b) Informing others that he would survive this disease.
(c) Documenting his declining health.
(d) An annual blood drive.
6. In Chapter 1, Living with Physical Limitation, Schwartz advises the reader that they will first recognize ________.
(a) Lessening or loss of physical power.
(b) Intense pain.
(c) Restraint in natural impulses.
(d) Memory loss.
7. What did Schwartz refer to as the most surprising occurrence in beginning of his illness?
(a) Losing the ability to hear.
(b) Losing the ability to swallow and speak.
(c) Losing the ability to walk.
(d) Losing the ability to see.
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