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This quiz consists of 5 multiple choice and 5 short answer questions through Part One: Being - Chapters 3 and 4.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. Does the author feel as though the story of Sybil is a moving tale?
(a) No, the author is extremely unfeeling.
(b) No, it is a tale of caution.
(c) No, the author thinks Sybil is lying and wants to prove this.
(d) Yes, it is why she wants to tell the story.
2. What played a role in Sybil's disorder?
(a) Being in New York.
(b) Her family's rules.
(c) Moving to Detriot.
(d) Heredity and environment.
3. How did the author gain an understanding of Sybil's disorder?
(a) Researching over the Internet.
(b) Asking her freinds and family.
(c) Discussing the disorder with other psycologists.
(d) Studying diaries, essays, and records.
4. What is Sybil's father's role?
(a) Her father is mostly absent from her life.
(b) He is kind and loving.
(c) He does not know how to be a good father to Sybil.
(d) He is afraid to be a good father.
5. Does being with her parents make her condition better or worse?
(a) Sybil does not live with her family.
(b) It exacerbates the condition.
(c) Makes her better, calms her down.
(d) Creates tension with her and her friends.
Short Answer Questions
1. Which self attempts to run away from Sybil?
2. What does Sybil realize about her time with Dr. Wilbur?
3. What did the author have to research in order to understand the book?
4. What doesn't Sybil's mother accept about her daughter's life?
5. Why is Sybil angry with her mother?
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