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This quiz consists of 5 multiple choice and 5 short answer questions through IX.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. With what concept is a patient in denial usually really trying to deal?
(a) The love for his or her family.
(b) The shame of his or her past deeds.
(c) The reality of his or her mortality.
(d) His or her need for help.
2. Over what had the patient in chapter VI been repressing grief?
(a) The death of his daughter.
(b) His strained relationship with his parents.
(c) The death of his parents.
(d) His strained relationship with his wife.
3. Why do some terminal patients never reach the final stage of grief?
(a) Their families will not let them let go.
(b) They run out of time.
(c) They fight their mortality to the death.
(d) They feel it is unnecessary.
4. How long was Mr. Y. allowed to see his wife every day?
(a) Five minutes.
(b) Fifty minutes.
(c) Five hours.
(d) Not at all.
5. What are doctors primarily trained to do for terminal patients?
(a) Provide moral and spiritual support.
(b) Ease the passing.
(c) Prolong life.
(d) Relieve suffering.
Short Answer Questions
1. What do most people do to cheer terminal patients that often makes the depression worse?
2. What is a comfort to female terminal patients that is sometimes an aggravation to male patients?
3. Why is Kubler-Ross so shocked at American's inability to accept death?
4. For what did the nun become an advocate?
5. At what age are children able to start understanding the biological process of death?
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