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This quiz consists of 5 multiple choice and 5 short answer questions through Section 4, An Anatomy of Killing: All Factors Considered: Chapter 3, Emotional Distance:.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. How many tours in Vietnam did the vet quoted in Chapter 7 serve before realizing that the killing urge was consuming him?
2. Which of the following is not a stage of Stockholm Syndrome?
(a) Hostage-taker feels antipathy to the victim.
(b) Hostage-taker identyifies with the victim.
(c) Victim identifies with the hostage-take.
(d) Victim feels antipathy to the authorities.
3. What term arose in the early 1990's to describe the new fighting techniques seen in the Gulf War?
(a) Nintendo war.
(b) Telegraph war.
(c) Mail-order war.
(d) Calling-card war.
4. According to Grosman in Chapter 5, why do combatants choose the slash rather than thrust with edged weapons?
(a) It is a simpler motion.
(b) It creates a radius of safety.
(c) It wounds rather than kills.
(d) It can be done while moving.
5. What occurs as a result of exhaustion after the 60-day mark of continuous combat?
(c) Muscle atrophy.
Short Answer Questions
1. In terms of effective leadership, what disadvantage do mercenaries and gang leaders have?
2. Which of the following is a component of Demands of Authority as delineated in Chapter 1?
3. Why does fight-or-flight not come into play in a battle situation?
4. According to Grossman in Chapter 1, what is the primary duty of the leader of a Greek phalanx?
5. In the Crimean War anecdote in Chapter 1, what do the soldiers do when confronted with an enemy at ten paces?
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