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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. At what holiday did Mark and Sally plan on announcing their engagement?
(d) Valentine's Day.
2. What did Mark admit made him less understanding of Lori's illness?
(a) His own depression.
(b) His own fears.
(c) His own weaknesses.
(d) His own failure to understand.
3. What did the status "O.U." mean?
(a) Ongoing Urgent.
(b) Ongoing Unit.
(c) Outside Ultion.
(d) Open Unit.
4. Where did Lori sign herself into in November of 1985?
(a) Briar Hills Hospital.
(b) New York Hospital.
(c) Gatewood Institute.
(d) Bellevue Hospital.
5. What did "elopement" mean at the hospital that Lori signed herself into in November of 1985?
(a) To meet up with other patients.
(b) In need of different doctor.
(c) To run away.
(d) Medication needs to be changed.
Short Answer Questions
1. To whom did Lori compare her new psychiatrist, from the extended care unit, to?
2. What was the name of Lori's doctor in the extended care unit?
3. What was the day of the week that Lori arrived at one of New York's long-term hospitals for admittance?
4. Who could hear Lori's Voices?
5. What was the name of the long-term unit that Lori arrived at "in time for lunch"?
Short Essay Questions
1. Describe the Quiet Room.
2. Describe Lori's typical day at New York Hospital in late 1985.
3. Why did Lori create a scale for Dr. Doller?
4. Why was Lori jealous of the voices that other patients heard?
5. What did Lori bring with her to 3 South?
6. Why did Marvin Schiller state that "all through the winter I loved hearing the phone ring"?
7. Why did Lori state that she liked Rye Psychiatric?
8. How did Dr. Doller differ from all of Lori's other doctors?
9. At New York Hospital, in late 1985, what was different about Lori's stay than the previous time?
10. What did Marvin state as progress for Lori at his fiftieth birthday?
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