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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. What was the scale that Lori came up with to determine the strength of the Voices?
2. What did Lori admit to her father at the end of Chapter 13, "Marvin Schiller, Scarsdale, New York, June 1984 - August 1984"?
(a) That she had had a miscarriage.
(b) That she was taking illegal drugs.
(c) That she stopped taking her medication.
(d) That she had gotten married.
3. What was the name of the "enormous black man" that was a nurse on the intermediate-care ward?
4. What was the name of the long-term unit that Lori arrived at "in time for lunch"?
(a) 3 South.
(b) Bellrive East.
(c) Bellford South.
(d) 4 North.
5. What did "elopement" mean at the hospital that Lori signed herself into in November of 1985?
(a) To run away.
(b) Medication needs to be changed.
(c) To meet up with other patients.
(d) In need of different doctor.
6. According to Chapter 13, "Marvin Schiller, Scarsdale, New York, June 1984 - August 1984", why were Marvin and Nancy delighted with Lori?
(a) Because she got a job.
(b) Because she started taking her medication.
(c) Because she was discharged from the hospital.
(d) Because she got a boyfriend.
7. What did the status "O.U." mean?
(a) Outside Ultion.
(b) Open Unit.
(c) Ongoing Unit.
(d) Ongoing Urgent.
8. What did Dr. Fischer and Dr. Doller say the Voices were a part of, when explaining them to Lori?
(a) A part of her.
(b) A relighting of her past.
(c) A misunderstanding of her sickness.
(d) An imaginary symptom.
9. Who did Lori fantasize about beating up for tricking her into committing herself in 1985?
(a) Her father.
(b) Dr. Rockland.
(c) Her brother.
(d) Her mother.
10. Regardless of what time Lori got out of bed, what did she admit to doing for the entire day while at the hospital in 1985?
(a) Wishing the day away.
(b) Wishing harm on her doctors.
(c) Wishing she could be successful at committing suicide.
(d) Wishing harm on her parents.
11. What did Marvin want Lori to write down (because of this, she kept a paper and pencil by her bed)?
(a) Her thoughts.
(b) Her dreams.
(c) What the voices said to her.
(d) The things that made her angry.
12. What "realization" about Lori "really got to" Mark?
(a) When Lori committed herself to the hospital.
(b) The mutilalization of herself.
(c) The multiple suicide attempts.
(d) The rages.
13. In the beginning of Chapter 13, "Marvin Schiller, Scarsdale, New York, June 1984 - August 1984", what did Marvin compare Lori's behavior to?
(a) A clown.
(b) A dead dog.
(c) A zombie.
(d) A peeping tom.
14. At what holiday did Mark and Sally plan on announcing their engagement?
(a) Valentine's Day.
15. What did Lori learn to do to subside the Voices?
(a) Ignore the voices.
(b) Let her own anger out.
(c) Stiffle her anger.
(d) Talk back to her Voices.
Short Answer Questions
1. What did Lori come to realize that the Voices had behind them?
2. How long did Lori come to find out she would have to stay in an extended care unit where doctors would "make every possible attempt to find a medication that would help" her?
3. What would happen every time Mark came close to bringing Sally home to meet his family?
4. What started happening, during the spring of 1984, that brought to light a strange pattern in Lori's life for her parents?
5. While in New York Hospital, in 1987, how many cassette tapes did Lori have with her?
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