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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. What is ChomTur?
(a) The term for specialized control mechanisms of language.
(b) A rubric for studying brain wave patterns.
(c) A rubric for studying speech patterns.
(d) A term for specialized control mechanisms of thought.
2. What does the beginning of this chapter say the hand been used throughout its long history?
(a) As a means of conquering.
(b) Only as a tool.
(c) For both social interaction and attention.
(d) To create art.
3. How many Feldenkrais sessions does it take to effect a change in a woman with torsion dystonia?
4. What can cause reduced bodily movement?
(a) Too much exercise.
(b) A lack of attention, ignorance, or laziness.
(c) Lack of nutrition.
(d) Too much unfocused attention.
5. What does the Israeli physicist desire to do rather than increasing muscle strength in a paralyzed person?
(a) Decrease messag flow to the brain so as not to overwhelm.
(b) Return message flow from the brain as it was before paralysis.
(c) Increase muscle flexibility.
(d) Increase pain tolerance levels.
Short Answer Questions
1. What does Jack Schaefer do?
2. How does Broca identify an area in the brain that controls speech?
3. By what age do children become improvisers who behave with intelligence?
4. What is one thing today's chef must have?
5. What does "prestidigitation" mean?
Short Essay Questions
1. How has the hand been used throughout its long history?
2. What are Wilson's conclusions about musical talent or heuristic?
3. What must chefs do to create a meal?
4. Who is Patricia Greenfield and what does she theorize?
5. Explain the term "BackTur."
6. Why does Wilson bring up his friend Jack Schaefer?
7. Upon what does early medicine rely?
8. Who is Paul Broca and for what is he known?
9. What does eating at LuLu teach Wilson?
10. What do medicine and magic have in common?
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