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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. In Chapter 8, what step does Brooks suggest is most important to decision-making?
2. What nearly happened to Erica at age 10?
(a) She nearly died.
(b) She was nearly sent to China.
(c) She nearly lost her mother.
(d) She nearly got arrested.
3. How do the founders of the Academy describe poverty in their mission?
(a) A fiction.
(b) An emergent system.
(c) A negligable factor.
(d) A social epidemic.
4. What does Erica do more often after dissolving her business?
(a) Have sex.
(b) Go out with friends.
5. According to a study quoted in Chapter 7, ninety percent of couples that have children plan to do what?
(a) Attend church.
(b) Move in together,
(c) Get married.
(d) Graduate college.
Short Answer Questions
1. Where do Harold and Erica meet at the beginning of Chapter 13?
2. In her junior and senior years, what does Erica put at the center of her focus in order to control her temper?
3. What institution does Herold begin working for in Chapter 15?
4. Which of the following is not a step of human decision-making?
5. What is the physical indication that Erica and Harold's relationship is becoming romantic in Chapter 13?
Short Essay Questions
1. What impresses Erica about Raymond during their lunches in Chapter 16?
2. How does Brooks describe the relationship between the unconscious and the conscious mind in Chapter 15?
3. What does Brooks assess the search for harmony in Chapter 13?
4. How does the business collapse in Chapter 14?
5. How does the success of Erica's business affect her marriage?
6. How does Erica come back from her explosion in Chapter 8?
7. In Chapter 9, what does Brooks say is often true ambitious individuals?
8. Why is Amy facing so may problems in Chapter 7?
9. How do Erica and Harold form a close bond in Chapter 13?
10. How do Raymond and Erica play major roles in the rebound of Intercom?
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