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Question 1: Karl Augustus Menninger (July 22, 1893 - July 18, 1990), born in ________, was an American psychiatrist and a member of the famous Menninger family of psychiatrists who founded the Menninger Foundation and the Menninger Clinic in Topeka, Kansas.
Topeka, KansasSalina, KansasManhattan, KansasWichita, Kansas

Question 2: In his first book, The Human Mind, Menninger argued that psychiatry was a science and that the ________ were only slightly different than healthy individuals.
Mental disorderICD-10 Chapter V: Mental and behavioural disordersSchizophreniaBipolar disorder

Question 3: Karl Menninger attended ________, Indiana University, and the University of Wisconsin‚ÄďMadison.
Pittsburg State UniversityWashburn UniversityFort Hays State UniversityEmporia State University

Question 4: Beginning with an internship in Kansas City, he worked at the Boston Psychopathic Hospital and taught at ________.
Harvard Business SchoolHarvard UniversityHarvard Medical SchoolHarvard Divinity School

Question 5: In his publications, Menninger offered demonic oppression and/or possession as a possible answer to many of the unknowns that could not be explained through science, especially in the area of ________.
Bipolar disorderMental disorderMajor depressive disorderSchizophrenia

Question 6: After ________, Karl Menninger was instrumental in founding the Winter Veterans Administration Hospital, in Topeka.
World War IISoviet occupationsCollaboration with the Axis Powers during World War IISecond Sino-Japanese War

Question 7: In The Crime of Punishment, Menninger argued that ________ was preventable through psychiatric treatment; punishment was a brutal and inefficient relic of the past.
LawExtortionCrimeMurder

Question 8: He was accepted to ________, where he graduated cum laude in 1917.
Harvard Medical SchoolHarvard UniversityHarvard Business SchoolHarvard Divinity School

Question 9: In 1967 ________ quotes Menninger in the dedication page of The Chosen.
Chaim PotokJudaismPhiladelphiaUnited States

Question 10: In 1981 He was awarded the Presidential Medal of Freedom, by ________.
Lyndon B. JohnsonJohn F. KennedyHarry S. TrumanJimmy Carter
















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