Ch. 12

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  1. The League of Spiritual Discovery used ______ as
    the sacrament.


    A. mescaline


    B. LSD


    C. peyote


    D. None of the above
    B
  2. In 2006, approximately what percentage of high school seniors had ever used hallucinogens?

    A. 5%
    B. 8%
    C. 24%
    D. 32%
    B
  3. Of the following, which cannot cause hallucinations?

    A. steroids
    B. cocaine
    C. amphetamines
    D. All of these can cause hallucinations.
    D
  4. Substances that induce psychosis-like schizophrenia are called ______.


    A. photogenetic
    B. psychotomimetic
    C. psychedelic
    D. ergotism
    B
  5. Users of LSD can experience which of these stages?


    A. loss of control
    B. heightened, exaggerated senses
    C. self-reflection
    D. All of the above
    D
  6. The recurrence of an earlier drug-induced sensory experience in the absence of the drug is called _____.


    A. “do-over”
    B. “flashback”
    C. “repeat”
    D. “flasher”
    B
  7. Which of the following best describes the synesthesia
    caused by hallucinogens?


    A. a diminished sense of reality
    B. a sense of being lost and threatened by the experience
    C. “flashbacks”
    D. a cross-over of the senses
    D
  8. Select the incorrect statement concerning the effects of
    hallucinogens such as LSD.


    A. They can cause vivid and unusual visual and auditory effects.

    B. The user is usually able to control the psychedelic experience.
    C. The user can experience a sense of cosmic merging.
    D. A sense of lost identity caused by using a hallucinogen can be very disturbing to some users.
    B
  9. Hallucinogens most likely exert their effects by altering
    which of the following transmitter systems?


    A. serotonin
    B. dopamine
    C. noradrenalin
    D. epinephrine
    A
  10. Which of the following hallucinogens is not considered to be an LSD-type?

    A. peyote
    B. MDMA
    C. psilocybin
    D. DMT
    B
  11. Select the incorrect statement.

    A. LSD is classified as a phenylethylamine type of hallucinogen.
    B. MDMA has both stimulant and hallucinogenic effects.

    C. High doses of anticholinergic drugs can cause hallucinogenic effects.
    D. Hallucinogens can cause the user to become aware of thoughts and feelings that had been forgotten or repressed.
    A
  12. In 2006, approximately what percentage of high school seniors sampled had used LSD sometime during their life?


    A. 3%

    B. 8%
    C. 15%
    D. 20%
    A
  13. LSD can be purchased in which of the following forms?


    A. tablets

    B. capsules
    C. blotter paper
    D. All of these forms can be purchased.
    D
  14. When LSD is taken orally, what percentage of the total dose reaches the brain?

    A. 1%
    B. 25%
    C. 75%

    D. 100%
    A
  15. Which of the following is least likely to be caused by
    LSD?


    A. decreased sympathetic activity

    B. a flood of sensations
    C. increased salivation
    D. increased body temperature
    A
  16. Select the incorrect statement.


    A. LSD is usually taken by mouth.

    B. LSD is sometimes administered by squares of blotter paper.
    C. Large doses of LSD are required to have an effect.
    D. LSD administration activates the sympathetic nervous system.
    C
  17. Which of the following is not considered to be a type of LSD-related flashback?


    A. the body trip

    B. the bad mind trip
    C. the sanity trip
    D. altered visual perception
    C
  18. Which of the following hallucinogenic substances is found in the peyote cactus?


    A. LSD

    B. DMT
    C. mescaline
    D. psilocybin
    C
  19. The definition of mydriasis is ______.


    A. physiological defect

    B. intensified perception
    C. spiritual experience
    D. pupil dilation
    D
  20. Which of the following is most likely to contain
    psilocybin?


    A. dried mushrooms

    B. nutmeg
    C. rotted rye
    D. seeds
    A
  21. Which of the following spices can be a hallucinogen?


    A. cinnamon

    B. mustard
    C. nutmeg
    D. garlic
    C
  22. Which of the following is referred to as the “love drug”?


    A. MDMA

    B. MDA
    C. LSD
    D. mescaline
    B
  23. Select the correct statement concerning the “designer
    amphetamines.”


    A. Use of MDA dulls the sense of touch.

    B. MDA use typically causes LSD-like visual and auditory hallucinations.
    C. Compared to MDA, MDMA has more psychedelic and less stimulant activity.
    D. MDA is also known as “Ecstasy.”
    C
  24. Which of the following is least likely to be caused by
    phencyclidine?

    A. general anesthesia
    B. delirium and psychotic behavior
    C. generalized numbness at low doses
    D. reduced activity of the sympathetic nervous system
    D
  25. Drugs with similar structures are called ______.


    A. analogs

    B. replicas
    C. catatonias
    D. volatiles
    A

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