Substance Abuse Continued

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Substance Abuse Continued
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  1. Herbert Fingarette: 

    premier researcher on ___ and wrote about the ___ of alcoholism as a ____
    addiction; myth; disease
  2. Herbert Fingarette: 4 Mythfs

    1- drinking leads to a ___ downward spiral
      -90% of people are lights drinkers)
    2- alcoholics are ____ drunk 
      -of the 10% that are problem drinkers, in 1 month __ were drinking and ___ were abstinent 
    3- alcoholism is _____
    4- alcoholics lack ___ over their drinking
      -they can ___ drinking in response to pressure
      -can ___ limit as well
    continued; continually; 1/2; 1/2; hereditary; control; limit; self
  3. Addiction is ___ a disease
    not
  4. DSM diagnoses of addiction are problematic because they make ___ disorders our of peoples ___
    mental; behaviors
  5. DSM diagnoses of addiction are problematic  because criteria are over ___ and over ___
    inclusive; implied
  6. DSM diagnoses of addiction are problematic because they are not ___ based
    evidence
  7. DSM diagnoses of addiction are problematic because treatment based off of DSM asks people to do what they cant do ___
    normally
  8. DSM diagnoses of addiction are problematic because it assumes that mental health is in ____ to the pursuit of pleasure
    opposition
  9. DSM diagnoses of addiction are problematic because it doesn't reflect harm vs benefits from medication. you can get ___ to medication
    addicted
  10. Cognitive perspective for Addiction:

    the brain is designed to ___ us to ___ pain and ___ pleasure
    motivate us; avoid; seek
  11. Cognitive perspective for Addiction:

    our brain "circuitry" is dependent mostly on ___, which considered _____
    dopamine, hedonistic
  12. Cognitive perspective for Addiction:

    Substance use is a ___ directed ___
    goal; behavior
  13. Cognitive perspective for Addiction:

    goal directed behavior - _____ attempt to manipulate brain circuitry to produce desired results
    conscious
  14. Cognitive perspective for Addiction:

    goal directed behavior - ____ pleasure, happiness, excitement and ____ pain and unhappiness . all of these are ___ crises
    increases; decreases; existential
  15. Cognitive perspective for Addiction:

    goal directed behavior - use of substances is ___, rational, and ____ with our nature
    logical; consistent
  16. Cognitive perspective for Addiction:

    goal directed behavior - after drug use, the brain attempts to restore ____. the brain resets after being strongly ____ in any direction (extreme exhilaration or extreme depression
    homeostasis; activated
  17. Expectations and Experience of Intoxication:

    study shows if someone expect alcohol and doesnt actually get it, they experience ____. Conversely, if they dont expect it and get alcohol, they ___ get intoxicated
    intoxication; dont
  18. Implications of the Cognition Driven Model of Substance Abuse:

    ____ isnt the only goal. people cant be expected to be ____, irrational, and inconsistent with their nature
    abstinence; illogical
  19. Sobel & Sobel:

    Addiction is ____ driven
    cognition
  20. Sobel & Sobel:

    first one must per the person in ____ of use. then help that person find an ____ way of accomplishing the pursuit of happiness
    control; alternative
  21. The environment provides _____, feedback, and helps one establish a sense of identity
    feedback
  22. some early environments can make people ___ able to pursue their own somethings
    less
  23. Shedler and Block showed in their longitudinal study that poor social and personality adjustment _____ use of drugs
    precede

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