Introduction, The Problem, pg 1-7
1. Why does William March say that good people are rarely suspicious?
(a) They don't pay attention to warning signs.
(b) They aren't very intelligent.
(c) They cannot imagine others doing things good people would not do.
(d) They don't understand psychopathy.
2. What does the author say is the hallmark of a psychopath?
(c) Mental anguish.
(d) A stunning lack of conscience.
3. How many psychopaths are estimated to be in North America?
(a) One million.
(b) Two hundred thousand.
(c) One hundred thousand.
(d) Two million.
4. What form of mental illness has about the same prevalence in North America as psychopathy?
(a) Oppositional-Defiant disorder.
(b) Bipolar syndrome.
5. What physician who murdered his family was portrayed in the movie Fatal Vision?
(a) Gary Tison.
(b) John Wayne Gacy.
(c) Kenneth Bianchi.
(d) Jeffrey MacDonald.
6. How did Kenneth Bianchi convince some clinicians that he was not one of the Hillside Stranglers?
(a) He proved it was his cousin, Angelo Buono.
(b) He demonstrated a firm alibi.
(c) He claimed multiple personalities.
(d) He turned in his friend Steve.
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