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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. What does Peggy Lou's anxiousness to integrate show?
(a) Her independence.
(b) Her shyness.
(c) Her aggressiveness.
(d) Her loneliness.
2. What is stopping Sybil's final integration from happening?
(a) She has a break from realty.
(b) The selves do not want the integration.
(c) She feels a flood of emotions from her other personalities.
(d) She feels nothing and can not relate.
3. Who did Sybil find comfort in while growing up?
(a) Patricia, a childhood friend.
(b) Priscilla, a maid.
(c) Marcia, a tutor.
(d) Maria, a teacher.
4. By this point in the book, how many personalities has Dr. Wilbur met?
5. What does Willard serve as?
(a) He does nothing and is not helpful.
(b) A healthy member of the family.
(c) The second cause of Sybil's dissociation.
(d) Sybil's financial support.
6. Why has Sybil created so many selves?
(a) Each self deals with a different trauma she has experienced.
(b) Because of hypnosis.
(c) She is lying, there are no other selves.
(d) Her brain is damaged.
7. What do the selves have conflicting views about?
(a) Love and relationships.
(c) Rituals related to religion.
(d) Church, God, love, and rituals.
8. What does Dr. Wilbur firmly believe that Willard must finally do?
(a) Respect his daughter.
(b) Come to term with his feelings for Hattie.
(c) Take responsibility for his passiveness.
(d) Become a part of Sybil's life.
9. What is the worst part of Sybil's history?
(a) The abuse she received.
(b) Her education.
(c) Her inability to love.
(d) Her shyness.
10. The more the selves learn about Sybil, the more ________.
(a) They take over her life.
(b) Sybil creates more personalities.
(c) They depress Sybil.
(d) Sybil grows insecure.
11. Who of Sybil's relatives also showed signs of multiple personalities?
(a) Hattie's youngest brother and sister's granddaughter.
(b) Sybil's aunt.
(c) Willard's cousin.
(d) Sybil's uncle.
12. Reluctantly, Dr. Wilbur gives Sybil what drug?
(d) Sodium Pentothal.
13. What does the integration of the selves allow Sybil?
(a) It gives her little relief.
(b) Sybil can live life the way she has always dreamed.
(c) Sybil to keep the selves with her always.
(d) Sybil will have to live an unpleasant life.
14. Who takes ascendancy of Sybil's body at the culmination of integration?
(b) The Blonde.
15. What does Dr. Wilbur see Willard's payment of Sybil's living expenses as?
(a) Sybil is too young to live on her own so her father should help her.
(b) Willard should not pay Sybil anything.
(c) Payment from Hattie.
(d) Past owed debts for ignoring Sybil.
Short Answer Questions
1. What could hinder Sybil's integration?
2. What will Sybil need to confront to finish treatment?
3. What desire is Sybil unable to act on?
4. What must the selves do to heal?
5. Why does Dr. Wilbur have to hire a lawyer?
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