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This quiz consists of 5 multiple choice and 5 short answer questions through Part I, Understanding Where You Are Now, Chapter 3, Grieving for Your Losses.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. Even though Schwartz is not able to dance when he hears music, he is described as still being able to ______.
(a) Play the piano.
(b) Enjoy music.
(c) Play the guitar.
(d) Sing along with the music.
2. Morrie Schwartz is a professor of what subject?
(b) Organic chemistry.
(c) Social psychology.
(d) World history.
3. According to Schwartz, how often should one grieve and mourn for themselves?
(b) Over and over again.
(c) Just once.
(d) Just when family members are present.
4. What is the fourth aspect of the coping with illness that Schwartz suggests to his readers?
(a) One must accept that their life is coming to an end.
(b) Friends and family must be told about the illness.
(c) One must never be afraid to ask for help.
(d) Basic tasks are going to become more difficult.
5. Schwartz warns his readers that illness can have what effect on someone's life?
(a) The illness can swallow up your life.
(b) The illness can be all your friends and family think about.
(c) The illness can be forgotten.
(d) Your life can become worthless.
Short Answer Questions
1. Where did Schwartz teach?
2. Schwartz uses his feelings of mourning as a source of ______.
3. Schwartz states the important point that when one grieves for what has been lost, it is also important to _____.
4. Schwartz states that there will be times when one is psychologically ________ due to one's illness.
5. Which vigorous, physical activity did Schwartz enjoy before he was diagnosed with ALS?
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