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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. How do children at age three view death?
2. What does the courageous female patient teach Kubler-Ross?
(a) That every person has an individual approach to acceptance.
(b) That denial can be useful and healthy.
(c) That the depression stage can be skipped altogether.
(d) That service is an antidote to depression.
3. What does Kubler-Ross tell the clergy that their tools for helping the terminally ill really are?
(a) A way to earn the trust of the patient and undermine the doctors.
(b) A way to keep the patient from entering the stage of acceptance.
(c) A way to hide the real truth from themselves and the patients.
(d) A way to appear wiser than their medical doctors.
4. How long was Mr. Y. allowed to see his wife every day?
(a) Fifty minutes.
(b) Five hours.
(c) Not at all.
(d) Five minutes.
5. What is the name of the terminally ill patient in the last chapter?
(a) Mr. E.
(b) Mr. R.
(c) Mr. F.
(d) Mr. S.
6. What does Kubler-Ross want the patients to lose their fear of saying?
(a) Death and hope.
(b) Death and fear.
(c) Heaven and hell.
(d) Death and cancer.
7. What does Kubler Ross say every terminal patient has, no matter how close to acceptance they may be?
(a) A feeling of peace.
(b) A will to die.
(c) A belief in heaven.
(d) Unfinished business.
8. Why was it so hard on Mr. Y. to be restricted in his visits to his wife?
(a) He had nowhere to go for the rest of the day.
(b) He and his wife had been very close.
(c) He was afraid she would die without him.
(d) He did not trust the doctors.
9. How do children at age five view death?
(a) A person who takes people away.
(b) A place that is dark and scary.
(c) A trip from which people never come back.
(d) Something that makes people invisible.
10. About whom is the courageous female patient in chapter X worried?
(a) The doctors.
(c) Her family.
(d) The woman in the bed next to her.
11. What kind of patients generally have the hardest time reaching the stage of acceptance?
(a) Angry patients.
(b) Men with busy careers.
(c) Teenagers who feel they never had a chance to live.
(d) Mothers of small children.
12. What helped Mrs. S. tremendously with her situation?
(a) Making amends with her ex-husband.
(b) Discussing her illness.
(c) Talking about her past.
(d) Finding good homes for her sons.
13. Why was the patient in the last chapter so angry with his wife?
(a) She was too eager to let him go.
(b) She was unsupportive of him in his sickness.
(c) She was keeping their children from visiting.
(d) She had died and left him.
14. How is the courageous female patient using her denial stage, according to Kubler-Ross?
(a) As a platform to serve.
(b) As a way to make her doctor's jobs easier.
(c) As a convenience until it is time to die.
(d) As a way to forget about death altogether.
15. How does Kubler-Ross try to establish a foundation of trust with the patients with whom she works?
(a) She has them speak with other patients of hers.
(b) She gives them a copy of her book.
(c) She begins with an open initial interview.
(d) She establishes a correspondence by mail first.
Short Answer Questions
1. What comforted the woman who was afraid in chapter IX?
2. Of what is non-communication from the family an indication?
3. What is the term given to doctor's non-physical treatment of their patients?
4. What is the patient in the last chapter suffering from the most?
5. What is different about the people who are receptive to Kubler-Ross's seminars when she first starts having them?
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