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This quiz consists of 5 multiple choice and 5 short answer questions through VII and VIII.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. Why was Mrs. W. unable to reach the stage of acceptance when she was ready?
(a) Her husband would not let her.
(b) Her children were too upset.
(c) She felt guilty.
(d) She died suddenly.
2. What does Kubler-Ross say is more important than fluids and pain medication for one who is dying?
(a) A silent partner to see him or her through.
(b) Patience, friendship, and support.
(c) Faith and hope for a cure.
(d) Handling of legal logistics.
3. What comfort did the dentist find while facing his death?
(a) He would be with the Lord.
(b) His logistical details were taken care of.
(c) His wife and family knew that he loved them.
(d) He knew researchers were close to a cure.
4. What does Kubler-Ross say that we are really denying when we refuse to accept a terminal illness in someone we love?
(a) The hope of an after-life.
(b) Our own mortality.
(c) Our fear and longing.
(d) That the bonds of love will last.
5. To what does Kubler-Ross wish we could return?
(a) A time when technology was simpler and religion was richer.
(b) A time when Americans were more like Europeans.
(c) A time when mourning was natural and cathartic rather than causing deep anger.
(d) A time when death was not feared.
Short Answer Questions
1. To what other psychological ailment is denial related?
2. What did Mr. J. end up teaching Kubler-Ross?
3. With whom do most terminal patients bargain?
4. For what did the nun become an advocate?
5. How does Kubler-Ross say others should react to the denial of a terminal patient?
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