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This test consists of 5 multiple choice questions, 5 short answer questions, and 10 short essay questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. When does Willard attend a session with Dr. Wilbur and Sybil?
(b) February, 1957.
(c) July, 1965.
(d) August, 1963.
2. How does Sybil regard her other selves?
(a) She still cannot except their existence.
(b) She thinks of them as part of the problem, not the solution.
(c) They are her best friends.
(d) She wishes she had never created them.
3. How many cases of multiple personality disorder has the doctor treated since Sybil?
(a) 15 cases.
(b) 8 cases.
(c) 6 cases.
(d) 11 cases.
4. What is the source of Hattie's mental state?
(a) Her father.
(b) Her mother.
(c) Physical Abuse.
(d) Her brother.
5. Which new personality is very scared of Hattie, but determined?
(b) Peggy Lou.
Short Answer Questions
1. When does Sybil Ann take over the body?
2. What does Sybil have to reassess the importance of?
3. What have the two boy selves collaborated to make?
4. Who stops Sybil's suicide attempt?
5. Who created the two male personalities?
Short Essay Questions
1. How do the selves, at some points, work together?
2. What do Nancy and Clara NOT attempt to hide from Dr. Wilbur or the other selves?
3. In Sybil's refusal of Ramon, how does she treat him?
4. How does Dr. Wilbur finally create a calm environment for Sybil to meet the other selves?
5. Some personalities feel that Sybil does not deserve to live. What theme is presented in the descent of these personalities?
6. How does Sybil feel about the selves taking over therapy?
7. What does Willard Dorsett finally admit to Dr. Wilbur and Sybil?
8. Why has Sybil seemed to have created Sid & Mike?
9. By the time that Dr. Wilbur has met many of the selves, Sybil has met none of them. Why is Sybil so reluctant to meet the other selves?
10. While Dr. Wilbur and Sybil have several conversations about religion, Sybil is still hesitant to let religion in her life. Why is this?
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