Health 21 chapter 12

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  1. An alternative that can create a real "high" but without the effects of drugs and alcohol is known as a?

    A. runner's high addiction
    B. substitute drug addiction
    C. pseudo-addiction
    D. positive addiction
    D. positive addiction
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  2. _____ has become more comon among American adults than alcohol dependence

    A. internet addiction
    B. marijuana use
    C. sex addiction
    D. problem gambling
    D. problem gambling
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  3. Which fo the following is not a risk factor for problem gambling?

    A. being male
    B. feeling excited during gambling
    C. being in a higher socieconomic class
    D. having a big win early in one's gambling career
    C. being in a higher socieconomic class
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  4. Which of the following is not a stage that gamblers experience?

    A. winning phase
    B. desperation phase
    C. set phase
    D. giving up phase
    C. set phase
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  5. College athletes are?

    A. more likely to abstain fro alcohol
    B. less likely to use anabolic steroids
    C. more likely to use marijuana
    D. less likely to use illegal drugs
    D. less likely to use illegal drugs
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  6. All of the following are factors that increase a college student's use of drugs except?

    A. having parents who do not approve of drug use
    B. substance use in high school
    C. being a social group that uses drugs
    D. having feelings of hopelessness or depression
    A. having parents who do not approve of drug use
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  7. When your roommate takes the prescription you have for ADD and ingest your pills it is know as?

    A. drug toxidity
    B. drug abuse
    C. drug diversion
    D. drug dependence
    C. drug diversion
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  8. When taking drugs, the most common method is?

    A. inhaling
    B. orally
    C. subcutaneous injection
    D. intravenous injection
    B. orally
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  9. Placing inhalants in a bag, putting the bag over the mouth and nose and taking deep breaths describes?

    A. huffing
    B. sniffing
    C. snorting
    D. puffing
    A. huffing
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  10. Intravenous drug injection get the drug into the body through the?

    A. outermost skin layer
    B. lungs
    C. bloodstream
    D. muscle tissue
    C. bloodstream
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  11. Which route of administration gets drugs in the body through the fastest?

    A. oral dosage
    B. subcutaneous injection
    C. intramuscular injection
    D. intravenous injection
    D. intravenous injection
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  12. Subcutaneuos injection refers to a person?

    A. injecting drugs just beneath the skin 
    B. sniffing into the nostrils
    C. inserting a needle deep into a muscle
    D. inserting a needle into a vein
    A. injecting drugs just beneath the skin
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  13. What seems to be the dosage at which a drug becomes poisonous to the body?

    A. tolerance level
    B. set point
    C. potentiating level
    D. toxidity
    D. toxidity
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  14. ________  is (are) the preconceptions a person has about using a drug

    A. tolerance
    B. mindset
    C. enacling factors
    D. reinforcing factors
    B. mindset
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  15. Drugs that act throughout a body system act?

    A. locally
    B. generally
    C. cumulatively
    D. selectively
    B. generally
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  16. When a drug has a greater effect on one specific organ, it is acting?

    A. selectively
    B. locally
    C. generally
    D. cumulatively
    A. selectively
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  17. A drug that builds up in the body because it is taken in faster than it can be metabolized is acting?

    A. selectively
    B. locally
    C. generally
    D. cumulatively
    D. cumulatively
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  18. A synergistic drug interaction refers to?

    A. the effect of two drugs taken together being greater than if taken separately
    B. the general action in the body
    C. one drug increasing the effect of another drug
    D. the effect being equal to the sum of the effects of different drugs used in the entire body
    A. the effect of two drugs taken together being greater than if taken separately
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  19. All of the following are over the counter medications that are often misused except?

    A. nasal sprays
    B. laxatives
    C. aspirin
    D. eye drops
    C. aspirin
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  20. The drug effect in which one drug increases the effect of the other is?

    A. additive
    B. potentiating
    C. synergistic
    d antogonistic
    B. potentiating
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  21. The drug effect in which one drug neutralizes another drug is?

    a. additive
    b. potentiating
    c. synergistic
    d antogonistic
    d antogonistic
  22. What is meant by the term psychoactive?

    A. addictive
    B. inhibiting
    C. illegal
    D. mind-affecting
    D. mind-affecting
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  23. The most widely used psychoactive drug in the world is

    A. caffeine
    B. alcohol
    C. cocaine
    D. nicotine
    A. caffeine
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  24. Which of the following substances contains the most caffeine?

    A. soda
    B. chocolate
    C. coffee
    D. tea
    C. coffee
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  25. All fo the following are symptoms of caffeine intoxication except?

    A. digestive problems
    B. muscle twitching
    C. slow heart rate
    D. insomnia
    C. slow heart rate
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  26. When you buy medicine at a pharmacy with out a Dr prescription you are buying?

    A. unsafe medicines
    B. ineffective drugs
    C. cheap herbal remedies
    D. over the counter
    D. over the counter
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  27. All of the following are true statements concerning generic drugs except?

    A. they have the same active ingredients
    B. just as effective in treating seizures
    C. less expensive
    D. pharmacist may switch to generic unless the doctor say not to
    D. pharmacist may switch to generic unless the doctor say not to
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  28. High doses of prescription stimulants ca cause?

    A. depressed breathing
    B. an inability to concentrate
    C. dramatic drop blood pressure
    D. panic attacks
    D. panic attacks
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  29. Students who_____ are more likely to abuse painkillers

    A. are enrolled at more competative schools
    B. have higher GPA
    C. live off campus
    D. are close to graduating
    A. are enrolled at more competative schools
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  30. ____ is a strong craving for a drug because it produces pleasureable feelings

    A. intoxication
    B. physical dependence
    C. psychological dependence
    D. polyabuse
    C. psychological dependence
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  31. Withdrawal refers to the body?

    A. developing tolerance for the drug
    B. developing maladaptive behaviors
    C. craving several different drugs
    D. developing symptoms that cause mental and physical distress when trying to stop using drugs
    D. developing symptoms that cause mental and physical distress when trying to stop using drugs
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  32. Justin is abusing several drugs which is known as?

    A. intoxication
    B. tolerance
    C. polyabuse
    D. dopamine
    C. polyabuse
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  33. Which of the following is the brain chemical assiciated with addiction?

    A. detoxifying enzymes
    B. lanoxin
    C. dopamine
    D. synthroid
    C. dopamine
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  34. A dual diagnosis is when someone?

    A. uses drugs when gambling
    B. has a mental disorder and substance abuse disorder
    C. is addicted to two drugs
    D. misuses and uses drugs at once
    B. has a mental disorder and substance abuse disorder
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  35. All of the following are personality traits that might make an individula more susceptable to addiction except?

    A. difficulty controlling impulses
    B. feeling powerless
    C. depression
    D. high self steem
    D. high selfsteem
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  36. The most widely used illegal drug is?

    A. marijuana
    B. PCP
    C. cocaine
    D. LSD
    A. marijuana
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  37. How long does marijuana remain in the body's fat cells after its used?

    A. 120 hrs
    B. 24hrs
    C. 8hrs
    D. 50 hrs
    D. 50 hrs
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  38. Why were amphetamines once widely prescribed?

    A. lose weight
    B. suppress appetite
    C. eat more healthy food
    D. speed up metabolism
    B. suppress appetite
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  39. All of the following are symptoms of amphetamine intoxication except?

    A. elevated blood pressure
    B. feeling of anxiety
    C. jetteriness
    D. very low heart rate
    D. very low heart rate
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  40. Using cocaine will

    A. enhance sexual preformance
    B. increase appetite
    C. depress the nervous system
    D. stimulate the nervous system
    D. stimulate the nervous system
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  41. All of the following are considered opiods except?

    A. heroin
    B. codeine
    C. morphine
    D. cocaine
    D. cocaine
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  42. A synthetic form of opium manufactured in a chemical laboratory is?

    A. narcotic
    B. methadone
    C. morphine
    D. codeine
    B. methadone
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  43. Select the condition for which morphine is most often used for?

    A. stabilize mood.
    B. relieve depression
    C. reduce anxiety
    D. relieve pain
    D. relieve pain
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  44. Which of the following steps is the most difficult fo an addict?

    A. finding a job
    B. getting through withdrawal
    C. facing family
    D. admitting they are addicts
    D. admitting they are addicts
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  45. Which of the following is not a fundamental principle of drug abuse treatment?

    A. effective treatment must address drug abuse and any social and legal problem
    B. treatment needs to be readily available
    C. medically assited detox
    D. drug must be monitored
    A. effective treatment must address drug abuse and any social and legal problem
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
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Health 21 chapter 12
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