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Question 1)   The cocoa paste contains the highest concentration of cocaine

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Question 1)

 

The cocoa paste contains the highest concentration of cocaine.

     

Answers:

talse

 

 False

     
  • Question 2

 

   
 

What is the most characteristic reaction when using cocaine?

     

Answers:

a calming sleep-like sensation

 

disorientation

 

 

a powerful burst of energy

 

a hallucinogenic state

     
  • Question 3

 

   
 

In its earliest medical application, the herb from which amphetamines are derived was used for what treatment?

     

Answers:

constipation

 

depression

 

 

asthma

 

heart failure

     
  • Question 4

 

   
 

One adverse consequence from a kindling effect is the potential for brain seizures.

     

Answers:

 True

 

False

     
  • Question 5

 

   
 

Which of the following symptoms does cocaine produce?

     

Answers:

increased heart rate, increased respiration, decreased blood pressure

 

 

sweating, increased heart rate, increased blood pressure

 

decreased heart rate, decreased respiration

 

constriction of blood vessels, increased blood pressure, increase in appetite

     
  • Question 6

 

   
 

What is the only legitimate medical use of cocaine?

     

Answers:

bronchial dilator

 

antidepressant

 

treatment for congestive heart disease

 

 

local anesthetic

     
  • Question 7

 

   
 

The "kindling" effect is essentially a reverse tolerance effect.

     

Answers:

True

 

 False

     
  • Question 8

 

   
 

Which form of cocaine is typically injected?

     

Answers:

 

cocaine hydrochloride

 

free-base cocaine

 

crack cocaine

 

coca-leaf powder

     
  • Question 9

 

   
 

After repeated use of cocaine a drug tolerance to its euphoric effect may cause sensitization to motor behavior and brain excitation. This phenomenon, referred to as the Frisco Effect.

     

Answers:

True

 

 False

     
  • Question 10

 

   
 

Sigmund Freud was an early champion of amphetamines to treat stress.

     

Answers:

True

 

 False

     
  • Question 11

 

   
 

Which law placed restrictions on cocaine sales in the United States?

     

Answers:

The Proprietary and Patent Medicine Act of 1908

 

The Parke-Davis Act of 1904

 

 

The Harrison Act of 1914

 

The Comprehensive Drug Control Act

     
  • Question 12

 

   
 

Cocaine effects are directly related and control what areas in the brain?

     

Answers:

 

pleasure and reinforcement

 

sleep and dreaming

 

respiratory control

 

balance and equilibrium

     
  • Question 13

 

   
 

What is one adverse consequence from a cocaine "kindling" effect?

     

Answers:

prolonged euphoria followed by depression

 

 

brain seizures

 

a degeneration of cells in the lungs

 

a feeling of extreme warmth

     
  • Question 14

 

   
 

Cocaine effects involve changes in the activity of what chemical?

     

Answers:

dopamine and serotonin

 

serotonin alone

 

dopamine alone

 

 

dopamine and norepinephrine

     
  • Question 15

 

   
 

Crack cocaine is the result of a relatively safer chemical method because of treatment with what other ingredient?

     

Answers:

kerosene

 

ether

 

alcohol

 

 

baking soda

     
  • Question 16

 

   
 

The term, speed freak, refers to an individual who is abusing which drug?

     

Answers:

d-amphetamine

 

 

methamphetamine

 

levoamphetamine

 

ephedrine

     
  • Question 17

 

   
 

A major side effect of stimulant medication (e.g., Ritalin) treatment for ADHD is paradoxical movements in the fingers.

     

Answers:

True

 

 False

     
  • Question 18

 

   
 

A "Frisco special" or "Frisco speedball" is a street name for a combination of:

     

Answers:

cocaine and amphetamines

 

cocaine and heroin

 

 

cocaine, heroin, and LSD

 

heroin, LSD, and PCP

     
  • Question 19

 

   
 

What are physiological effects of cocaine described as?

     

Answers:

parasympathetic activation

 

sympathetic inhibition

 

 

sympathetic arousal

 

sympathetic inhibition followed by activation

     
  • Question 20

 

   
 

Ernst von Fleischl-Marxow was an early champion of cocaine use.

     

Answers:

True

 

 False

     
  • Question 21

 

   
 

Crack cocaine is the result of a relatively safe chemical method due to treatment with ether.

     

Answers:

True

 

 False

     
  • Question 22

 

   
 

Cocaine hydrochloride contains about 40 percent pure cocaine.

     

Answers:

True

 

 False

     
  • Question 23

 

   
 

Cocaine produces the following physiological effect:

     

Answers:

 

dilated pupils

 

decreased blood pressure

 

a sudden dryness of the skin and a flushed appearance

 

decreased appetite

     
  • Question 24

 

   
 

The only accepted medical application for methamphetamines is its use as a local anesthetic.

     

Answers:

True

 

 False

     
  • Question 25

 

   
 

Who was an early champion of cocaine use?

     

Answers:

Ernst von Fleischl-Marxow

 

 

Sigmund Freud

 

Ernest Jones

 

Martha Freud

     
  • Question 26

 

   
 

What are the symptoms of narcolepsy?

     

Answers:

similar to insomnia in its behavioral features

 

a symptom of cocaine psychosis

 

a tendency to develop a dependence upon narcotic drugs

 

 

an unpredictable urge to fall asleep

     
  • Question 27

 

   
 

The earliest form of amphetamine was a synthetic form of what drug?

     

Answers:

 

ephedrine

 

norepinephrine

 

l-amphetamine

 

heroin

     
  • Question 28

 

   
 

What is a major side effect of stimulant medication (e.g., Ritalin) treatment for ADHD?

     

Answers:

 

suppression of height and weight growth

 

suppression of normal speech

 

paradoxical movements in the fingers

 

nasal congestion

     
  • Question 29

 

   
 

A speedball is a combination of what two drugs?

     

Answers:

cocaine and amphetamines

 

 

cocaine and heroin

 

amphetamines and heroin

 

cocaine and LSD

     
  • Question 30

 

   
 

What are the two widely prescribed drugs for the treatment of ADHD?

     

Answers:

Methedrine and Dexedrine

 

Ephedrine and antihistamines

 

 

Ritalin and Adderall

 

Dexedrine and Ephedrine

     
  • Question 31

 

   
 

A speedball is a combination of the two drugs cocaine and LSD.

     

Answers:

True

 

 False

     
  • Question 32

 

   
 

A "Frisco special" is a street name for a combination of cocaine, heroin, and LSD.

     

Answers:

 True

 

False

     
  • Question 33

 

   
 

The slang term "surfer" is a combination of the two drugs cocaine and heroin.

     

Answers:

True

 

 False

     
  • Question 34

 

   
 

What do chronic effects of amphetamine include?

     

Answers:

paranoia

 

compulsive behaviors fixated on trivial aspects of life

 

delusions that insects are lodged underneath the skin

 

 

all of the above

     
  • Question 35

 

   
 

Which contains the highest concentration of cocaine?

     

Answers:

coca leaves

 

coca paste

 

 

cocaine hydrochloride

 

bazuco-type cocaine

     
  • Question 36

 

   
 

Two widely prescribed drugs for the treatment of ADHD are Dexedrine and Ephedrine.

     

Answers:

True

 

 False

     
  • Question 37

 

   
 

The drug that has an accepted medical application for local anesthetic is amphetamines.

     

Answers:

True

 

 False

     
  • Question 38

 

   
 

What is the effect of cocaine in the brain?

     

Answers:

speeds up the reuptake of dopamine and norepinephrine

 

 

slows down the reuptake of dopamine and norepinephrine

 

blocks the effect of dopamine

 

blocks the effect of norepinephrine

     
  • Question 39

 

   
 

The only accepted medical application for cocaine is its use with narcolepsy.

     

Answers:

True

 

 False

     
  • Question 40

 

   
 

It takes about 1 - 2 months to withdrawal from amphetamines.

     

Answers:

True

 

 False

     

 

Review Test Submission: Quiz 7

 

  • Question 1

 

   
 

How long does it take for hallucination effects of DMT to peak?

     

Answers:

10 to 30 seconds

 

3 to 5 minutes

 

 

10 to 15 minutes

 

30 to 40 minutes

     
  • Question 2

 

   
 

LSD, psilocybin, and morning glory are hallucinogens chemically similar to what other substance?

     

Answers:

 

to serotonin

 

to norepinephrine

 

to acetylcholine

 

to no known neurotransmitters

     
  • Question 3

 

   
 

A hallucinogen with effects that last approximately one hour is DMT.

     

Answers:

 True

 

False

     
  • Question 4

 

   
 

What is Synesthesia?

     

Answers:

 

an intermingling of senses, particularly sight and hearing

 

exaggerated appearances of common objects

 

mood swings from mania to depression

 

a weird feeling of feeling no pain

     
  • Question 5

 

   
 

LSD closely resembles the molecular structure of what ingredient?

     

Answers:

dopamine

 

 

serotonin

 

endorphins

 

acetylcholine

     
  • Question 6

 

   
 

An intermingling of senses, particularly sight and hearing is referred to as what?

     

Answers:

 

synesthesia

 

mania

 

psychosis episode

 

ego disintegration

     
  • Question 7

 

   
 

What did the RAVE Act of 2003 include?

     

Answers:

made Ecstasy illegal

 

harsher punishments for possession / distribution of Ecstasy

 

 

introduced restrictions on dance clubs

 

all of the above

     
  • Question 8

 

   
 

What is the potency of Psilocin compared to LSD?

     

Answers:

more potent than LSD

 

 

less potent than LSD

 

not fat soluble like LSD

 

both A and C

     
  • Question 9

 

   
 

Why was LSD originally officially named LSD-25?

     

Answers:

the year of its discovery was the 25th anniversary of the laboratory from which it was first isolated

 

 

it was the 25th variation to be tested

 

it was discovered on the 25th of July, 1943

 

it was approximately 25 times more potent than mescaline

     
  • Question 10

 

   
 

The actual discoverer of LSD in 1943 was Adam Sertürner.

     

Answers:

True

 

 False

     
  • Question 11

 

   
 

The name angel dust refers to the drug PCP.

     

Answers:

 True

 

False

     
  • Question 12

 

   
 

Cyanosis is a condition in which the skin turns bluish purple.

     

Answers:

 True

 

False

     
  • Question 13

 

   
 

The toxicity of MDMA (Ecstasy) involves hyperthermia, dehydration, and agitation.

     

Answers:

 True

 

False

     
  • Question 14

 

   
 

What is the source of the psilocybin family?

     

Answers:

desert cacti

 

dark-red flowers

 

ergot seeds

 

 

mushrooms

     
  • Question 15

 

   
 

LSD was once believed to be a useful treatment for Alzheimer's disease.

     

Answers:

True

 

 False

     
  • Question 16

 

   
 

What is mescaline derived from?

     

Answers:

psilocybin mushrooms

 

the bark of a South American tree

 

substances created in a laboratory

 

 

the peyote cactus

     
  • Question 17

 

   
 

Who was the actual discoverer of LSD in 1943?

     

Answers:

Adam Sertürner

 

 

Albert Hofmann

 

a Navajo shaman in Arizona

 

Richard Alpert

     
  • Question 18

 

   
 

Hallucinogen Persisting Perception Disorder refers to an LSD overdose.

     

Answers:

True

 

 False

     
  • Question 19

 

   
 

What is Ego disintegration?

     

Answers:

tingling of sensations especially sight and sound

 

the feeling as if the passage of time has increased or decreased

 

the perception of a multilevel reality

 

 

a separation of one's mind from one's body

     
  • Question 20

 

   
 

Peyote cactus is the source for DMT.

     

Answers:

 True

 

False

     
  • Question 21

 

   
 

What is the drug Ecstasy often referred to as?

     

Answers:

 

MDMA

 

DOM

 

DMT

 

LAW

     
  • Question 22

 

   
 

LSD was accidentally discovered during research focusing on efforts to reduce bleeding in uterine muscle.

     

Answers:

 True

 

False

     
  • Question 23

 

   
 

Mescaline is derived from psilocybin mushrooms.

     

Answers:

True

 

 False

     
  • Question 24

 

   
 

How are LSD dosages typically expressed?

     

Answers:

nanograms

 

 

micrograms

 

milligrams

 

grams

     
  • Question 25

 

   
 

Cyanosis is a condition in which what happens?

     

Selected Answer:

 

the skin turns bluish purple

Answers:

 

the skin turns bluish purple

 

the whites of the eyes turn purple

 

the fingernails turn a dark red

 

the lips turn blue and feel very cold

     
  • Question 26

 

   
 

What does the term, psychedelic literally mean?

     

Answers:

mind-dissolving

 

mind-disrupting

 

mind and food-oriented

 

 

mind-expanding

     
  • Question 27

 

   
 

It normally takes about 10 - 15 minutes for the hallucination effects of DMT to peak.

     

Answers:

 True

 

False

     
  • Question 28

 

   
 

LSD was made illegal in 1981.

     

Answers:

True

 

 False

     
  • Question 29

 

   
 

The RAVE Act of 2003 mandated harsher punishments for possession / distribution of Ecstasy.

     

Answers:

True

 

 False

     
  • Question 30

 

   
 

What is DMT's source?

     

Answers:

 

the peyote cactus

 

mushrooms

 

opium

 

mescaline

     
  • Question 31

 

   
 

LSD was accidentally discovered during research focusing on efforts to reduce what illness?

     

Answers:

schizophrenic symptoms

 

the abuse potential of sleeping pills

 

 

bleeding in uterine muscle

 

symptoms of heroin withdrawal

     
  • Question 32

 

   
 

What is Dimethyltryptamine (DMT)?

     

Answers:

a long-acting version of psilocybin

 

produces safer acute effects than LSD

 

is the only hallucinogen that must be injected

 

 

is a short-acting version of LSD

     
  • Question 33

 

   
 

What does toxicity of MDMA (Ecstasy) involve?

     

Answers:

hyperthermia

 

dehydration

 

agitation and confusion

 

 

all of the above

     
  • Question 34

 

   
 

Psychedelic trips normally occur how long after LSD is taken?

     

Answers:

10 minutes to 15 minutes

 

20 minutes to 45 minutes

 

 

30 minutes to 2 hours

 

2 hours to 4 hours

     
  • Question 35

 

   
 

A drug often referred to as Ecstasy is MDMA.

     

Answers:

 True

 

False

     
  • Question 36

 

   
 

A condition when the skin turns bluish purple is called Synthesia.

     

Answers:

True

 

 False

     
  • Question 37

 

   
 

Technically, PCP belongs to the eurphoriant category of drugs.

     

Answers:

True

 

 False

     
  • Question 38

 

   
 

A hallucinogen with effects that last approximately one hour is

     

Answers:

psilocybin

 

bufotenine

 

 

DMT

 

harmine

     
  • Question 39

 

   
 

LSD was once believed to be a useful treatment for what illness?

     

Answers:

Parkinson's disease

 

 

schizophrenia

 

Alzheimer's disease

 

panic attacks

     
  • Question 40

 

   
 

What does Hallucinogen Persisting Perception Disorder refer to?

     

Answers:

LSD addiction

 

LSD overdose

 

"bad trips"

 

 

flashbacks

     
  • Question 41

 

   
 

What can the ingestion of ergot lead to?

     

Answers:

 

gangrene, burning pain, and loss of limbs

 

euphoria, irritability, and stupor

 

hallucinations of insects on one's skin

 

an odd sense of peace and tranquility

     
  • Question 42

 

   
 

When taken orally, what are the characteristic effects of LSD?

     

Answers:

is absorbed so rapidly that effects are felt within 60 seconds

 

effects can last for up to a week

 

 

effects begin within 30 to 60 minutes

 

sometimes fails to produce any effects at all

     
  • Question 43

 

   
 

LSD was originally officially named LSD-25 because it was discovered on the 25th of July.

     

Answers:

True

 

 False

     
  • Question 44

 

   
 

Street doses of LSD normally have what range?

     

Answers:

20 - 30 micrograms

 

 

50 - 150 micrograms

 

150 - 250 micrograms

 

1,000 - 2,000 micrograms

     
  • Question 45

 

   
 

Where is Psilocybin normally found?

     

Answers:

moldy rye grain

 

 

mushrooms

 

tainted water

 

gelatin chips

     
  • Question 46

 

   
 

The following hallucinogens are ranked in order of potency from highest to lowest is DOM mescaline, and then LSD.

     

Answers:

True

 

 False

     
  • Question 47

 

   
 

Street doses of LSD normally have the range of 150-250 micrograms.

     

Answers:

True

 

 False

     
  • Question 48

 

   
 

The following hallucinogens are ranked in order of potency (from highest to lowest):

     

Answers:

mescaline, LSD, DOM

 

DOM, mescaline, LSD

 

 

LSD, DOM, mescaline

 

LSD, mescaline, DOM

     
  • Question 49

 

   
 

When was LSD made illegal?

     

Answers:

 

in 1966

 

as early as 1957

 

as late as 1981

 

at no time. It is still technically legal.

     
  • Question 50

 

   
 

The term psychedelic literally means mind-dissolving.

     

Answers:

True

 

 False

     

 

QUIZ 8

 

Question 1

 

 

   
 

What were the results of The Marijuana Tax Act of 1937?

     

Answers:

banned marijuana on a federal level

 

 

imposed a tax on marijuana use

 

duplicated efforts of the Harrison Act of 1914

 

established tea bags to control where Marijuana could be smoked

     

Question 2

 

 

   
 

The number-one cash crop in the United States is marijuana.

     

Answers:

 True

 

False

     
  • Question 3

 

   
 

According to the National Survey on Drug Use and Health in 2009, it was found that what percent of the U.S. population over the age of 12 had used marijuana at least once in their lives?

     

Answers:

twenty five percent (25 %)

 

 

forty percent (40 %)

 

seventy - five percent (75 %)

 

ninety two percent (92 %)

     
  • Question 4

 

   
 

What is Bhang?

     

Answers:

when a marijuana cigarette is laced with LSD.

 

 

a slang term for a marijuana cigarette

 

equivalent in potency to a marijuana cigarette

 

both A and C

     
  • Question 5

 

   
 

The Marijuana Tax Act of 1937 required buyers of marijuana to pay tax, while growers of marijuana were exempt.

     

Answers:

True

 

 False

     
  • Question 6

 

   
 

The use of marijuana for medicinal purposes is illegal in the U.S. and Canada.

     

Answers:

True

 

 False

     
  • Question 7

 

   
 

By mid-2010, fourteen U.S. States had authorized marijuana smoking for the relief of pain and discomfort or the control of nausea and weight loss.

     

Answers:

 True

 

False

     
  • Question 8

 

   
 

Present-day marijuana contains approximately how much THC?

     

Answers:

about half the THC as marijuana during the 1960s and 1970s

 

1-2 percent THC

 

 

approximately 10 percent THC

 

in the neighborhood of 12 to 14 percent THC

     
  • Question 9

 

   
 

By 2010, how many U.S. States had authorized marijuana smoking for the relief of pain and discomfort or the control of nausea and weight loss?

     

Answers:

seven states

 

 

fourteen states

 

twenty-seven

 

thirty - two

     
  • Question 10

 

   
 

Long-term marijuana smokers show cognitive impairment for how long after marijuana smoking?

     

Answers:

12 hours

 

24 hours

 

2 days

 

 

3 days

     
  • Question 11

 

   
 

If Jeremy was in possession of marijuana, under decriminalization of possession of marijuana what amount would he probably have?

     

Answers:

amounts of 10 ounces or less

 

amounts of more than 10 ounces

 

 

amounts less than one ounce or so

 

any amount

     
  • Question 12

 

   
 

In 2001, the medicinal use of marijuana became legal in Canada.

     

Answers:

 True

 

False

     
  • Question 13

 

   
 

How much is the lethal dose/effective dose ratio roughly for marijuana?

     

Answers:

22

 

245

 

6 - 8 thousand

 

 

20 to 40 thousand

     
  • Question 14

 

   
 

THC can be detected in the blood for several days after using marijuana due to what factor?

     

Answers:

THC bonding to red blood cells

 

 

slow excretion of THC from fatty tissue

 

slow absorption of THC into muscle tissue

 

THC molecules bypassing the blood brain barrier

     
  • Question 15

 

   
 

According to U.S. federal regulations, what schedule is marijuana in?

     

Answers:

 

Schedule I drug

 

Schedule II drug

 

Schedule III drug

 

Schedule IV drug

     
  • Question 16

 

   
 

The naturally occurring substance that stimulates the THC-sensitive brain receptor in called:

     

Answers:

THC

 

 

anandamide

 

cannabinoid

 

marijuana

     
  • Question 17

 

   
 

Marijuana is a Schedule I controlled substance, according to U.S. federal regulations.

     

Answers:

 True

 

False

     
  • Question 18

 

   
 

What did the U.S. Supreme Court rule in 2005 referencing marijuana?

     

Answers:

the laws of interstate commerce allow the sale of medical marijuana provided that taxes are paid to the appropriate states whenever state lines are crossed

 

state-controlled farms will be allowed to grow marijuana for medical purposes.

 

legalization of medical marijuana at the state level takes precedence because of humanitarian concerns.

 

 

legalization of medical marijuana at the state level does not supersede federal regulations.

     
  • Question 19

 

   
 

In 2005 the U.S. Supreme Court ruled that legalization of medical marijuana at the state level makes federal regulations obsolete pertaining to the same issue.

     

Answers:

True

 

 False

     
  • Question 20

 

   
 

By 1890, the hemp crop had been replaced by what other product as a major source of farm income in the U.S. South?

     

Answers:

opium

 

rice

 

 

cotton

 

rye

     
  • Question 21

 

   
 

When smoking marijuana - how fast is the absorption / excretion process?

     

Answers:

absorption is fast; excretion is fast

 

 

absorption is fast; excretion is slow

 

absorption is slow; excretion is fast

 

absorption is slow; excretion is slow

     
  • Question 22

 

   
 

High levels of THC in the brain may cause accidental death by asphyxiation.

     

Answers:

True

 

 False

     
  • Question 23

 

   
 

What is the status of decriminalization of marijuana?

     

Answers:

has yet to be adopted by more than one or two U.S. states

 

 

marijuana possession is considered to be a civil rather than a criminal offense.

 

is equivalent to legalization.

 

none of the above

     
  • Question 24

 

   
 

In certain cannabis products, THC concentrations can be how high?

     

Answers:

 

60 percent

 

100 percent

 

18 percent

 

9 percent

     
  • Question 25

 

   
 

Approximately 43% of illicit drug users smoke marijuana.

     

Answers:

True

 

 False

     
  • Question 26

 

   
 

How long do the behavioral/psychological effects of marijuana last?

     

Answers:

30 to 60 minutes

 

45 to 90 minutes

 

1 to 2 hours

 

 

2 to 4 hours

     
  • Question 27

 

   
 

Marijuana does not contain nicotine, and tobacco does not contain THC.

     

Answers:

 True

 

False

     
  • Question 28

 

   
 

Who was leading the anti-marijuana crusade in the 1930s?

     

Answers:

 

the Federal Bureau of Narcotics (FBN)

 

the Federal Food and Drug Administration (FDA)

 

the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI)

 

Benny Goodman, along with other popular band leaders

     
  • Question 29

 

   
 

THC stands for delta-9- tetrahydrocannabinol.

     

Answers:

 True

 

False

     
  • Question 30

 

   
 

During the 1920s, what were the "Tea pads?"

     

Answers:

 

places where marijuana could be smoked

 

small containers where marijuana cigarettes could be kept fresh for later use

 

the residue from smoked reefers

 

packets of hashish

     
  • Question 31

 

   
 

The "reverse tolerance" effect of marijuana turns out to be due to variations in the manner in which the drug is ingested.

     

Answers:

 True

 

False

     
  • Question 32

 

   
 

What hypothesis states that marijuana leads to abusing other drugs?

     

Answers:

the copycat drug hypothesis

 

the pyramid hypothesis

 

 

the gateway hypothesis

 

the snowball hypothesis

     
  • Question 33

 

   
 

Peak levels in the blood occur about how long after taking the drug THC?

     

Answers:

5 to 15 seconds

 

3 minutes

 

 

10 minutes

 

30 minutes

     
  • Question 34

 

   
 

To increase profits, Bob, the neighborhood drug dealer, decides to mix marijuana with some newly introduced drugs which will weaken the effects of marijuana. This practice is known as

     

Answers:

bait and switch

 

 

adulteration

 

sensitization

 

chipping

     
  • Question 35

 

   
 

What type of legislation did the Marijuana Tax Act of 1937 lead to?

     

Answers:

establishment of the Harrison Act

 

 

all of the U.S. states making possession of marijuana illegal

 

Marijuana being placed on the drug schedules

 

legislation mandating growers had to register with the federal government.

     
  • Question 36

 

   
 

Marijuana is a stimulant.

     

Answers:

True

 

 False

     
  • Question 37

 

   
 

The Marijuana Tax Act of 1937 established tea pads to control where Marijuana could be smoked.

     

Answers:

True

 

 False

     
  • Question 38

 

   
 

THC reduces the body's immune system, making it harder to fight infection and disease.

     

Answers:

True

 

 False

     
  • Question 39

 

   
 

According to a 2009 Gallup Poll on the question of whether use of marijuana should be made legal, what percent of Americans were in favor of marijuana being made legal?

     

Answers:

23 percent

 

39 percent

 

 

44 percent

 

52 percent

     
  • Question 40

 

   
 

What year did the medicinal use of marijuana become legal in Canada?

     

Answers:

1962

 

1972

 

1989

 

 

2001

     

QUIZ 9

 

Question 1

 

   
 

The most immediate effects from glues and solvents, include giddiness, euphoria, dizziness, and slurred speech, last around how long?

     

Answers:

5 - 10 minutes

 

 

15 - 45 minutes

 

35 - 45 minutes

 

60 minutes to 1 ½ hours

     
  • Question 2

 

   
 

GHB was once on the legitimate market as a steroid-enhancing and growth-hormone.

     

Answers:

 True

 

False

     
  • Question 3

 

   
 

What was GHB once on the legitimate market for?

     

Answers:

 

steroid-enhancing and growth-hormone stimulating

 

antitussive and analgesic

 

analgesic and mind-expanding

 

hallucinogenic

     
  • Question 4

 

   
 

Gary has been prescribed barbiturates. What ailment does he most likely have?

     

Answers:

attention deficit disorder

 

 

epilepsy

 

scarlet fever

 

weight loss

     
  • Question 5

 

   
 

GHB can be detected in urine up to how much time after taking the drug?

     

Answers:

 

12 hours

 

1 day

 

3 days

 

1 week

     
  • Question 6

 

   
 

The drug Rohypnol recently been reformulated so that it has a distinctive odor.

     

Answers:

True

 

 False

     
  • Question 7

 

   
 

How are symptoms of agitation during acute alcohol withdrawal treated?

     

Answers:

a very short-acting benzodiazepine

 

an oral dose of Librium or Valium

 

a warm and empathetic therapist

 

 

an injectable form of diazepam (Valium)

     
  • Question 8

 

   
 

What is the most serious risk in the acute use of barbiturates?

     

Answers:

 

an accidental depression of respiratory centers in the brain

 

paralysis of the heart muscle

 

visual hallucinations that the user believes to be real

 

auditory hallucinations that may direct the user to do something harmful

     
  • Question 9

 

   
 

"Drug automatism" is when patients build up a tolerance for certain drugs.

     

Answers:

True

 

 False

     
  • Question 10

 

   
 

A dangerous synergistic effect results from the combination of barbiturates with other substance?

     

Answers:

amphetamines

 

 

alcohol

 

antidepressants

 

stimulants of all kinds

     
  • Question 11

 

   
 

Your friend is taking large doses of barbiturates. He falls to the floor and you suspect he has overdosed. While your other friend calls for emergency help, what should you do?

     

Answers:

have your friend drink black coffee

 

allow your friend to sleep it off

 

 

make your friend move around and keep your friend awake

 

have your friend sit in a chair with his legs down

     
  • Question 12

 

   
 

Frankie has given Sally - a "Mickey Finn" what are those two drug combinations?

     

Answers:

secobarbital and amobarbital

 

 

chloral hydrate and alcohol

 

heroin and amphetamine

 

any two barbiturates

     
  • Question 13

 

   
 

Freezing of the throat and larynx is associated with inhaling Freon.

     

Answers:

 True

 

False

     
  • Question 14

 

   
 

Why did the FDA ban GHB from the legal market?

     
       
  • Question 15

 

   
 

For a barbiturate to be longer acting, it should be administered in what form?

     
       
  • Question 16

 

   
 

A long-acting barbiturate produces effects that last approximately six hours or more.

     
       
  • Question 17

 

   
 

A long-acting barbiturate produces effects that last approximately how long?

     
       
  • Question 18

 

   
 

What do two drugs in question do when cross-tolerance occurs?

     
       
  • Question 19

 

   
 

GHB can be detected in urine up to 3 days after taking the drug.

     
       
  • Question 20

 

   
 

The major classification of barbiturates is based upon what factor?

     
       
  • Question 21

 

   
 

What is the primary reason for a large decrease in prescriptions of barbiturates?

     
       
  • Question 22

 

   
 

What type of effect does the mixture of barbiturates with alcohol produce?

     
       
  • Question 23

 

   
 

A major adverse side effect of barbiturate treatment for insomnia is the reduction in energy.

     
       
  • Question 24

 

   
 

What is the chance of death from abrupt withdrawal of barbiturates?

     
       
  • Question 25

 

   
 

Cross-tolerance occurs because the two drugs in question share sites on the same receptor.

     
       
  • Question 26

 

   
 

How has the drug Rohypnol recently been reformulated?

     
       
  • Question 27

 

   
 

Barbiturates are a useful treatment for what ailment?

     
       
  • Question 28

 

   
 

Barbiturates are a useful treatment for scarlet fever.

     
       
  • Question 29

 

   
 

The high produced from inhalants only lasts about 15 minutes.

     
       
  • Question 30

 

   
 

Test strips that check for the presence of GHB, Rohypnol, or ketamine will not be effective if the drink contains what product?

     
       
  • Question 31

 

   
 

Marty and James are inhaling nitrous oxide through an anesthetic mask, limiting their Oxygen. Unfortunately, the nitrous oxide diluted the air, and with a lack of oxygen produces suffocation or irreversible; and this process is called huffing.

     
       
  • Question 32

 

   
 

The mixture of barbiturates with alcohol produces an inhibitory effect.

     
       
  • Question 33

 

   
 

Ether was first introduced for medicinal purposes the form of a pill and capsule.

     
       
  • Question 34

 

   
 

"Huffing" is a term often used to describe:

     
       
  • Question 35

 

   
 

Because of "drug automatism" patients are advised NOT to use barbiturates for more than five days in a row.

     
       
  • Question 36

 

   
 

The tendency to take increasingly higher doses of barbiturates in order to get to sleep is due to what factor?

     
       
  • Question 37

 

   
 

The FDA banned GHB from the legal market due to related seizures and comas.

     
       
  • Question 38

 

   
 

When inhaling solvent from a handkerchief, this is called "rushing."

     
       
  • Question 39

 

   
 

Test strips that check for the presence of GHB, Rohypnol, or ketamine will not be effective if the drink contains what product caffeine.

     
       
  • Question 40

 

   
 

How long do drugs in the "long - acting" category normally last?

     
       

 

 

Quiz 10

  • Question 1
   
 

The 1988 Drug-free Workplace Act requires non-governmental organizations to establish employee assistance programs for their workers.

     
       
  • Question 2
   
 

Stopping drug use before it starts (Priority I as set by the White House Office of National Drug Control Policy would be considered what category of prevention?

     
       
  • Question 3
   
 

About one-half of all preventable deaths in the United States can be accounted for by the abuse of what drug(s)?

     
       
  • Question 4
   
 

A program that reduces the likelihood of relapse among former heroin abusers would fit under the category of

     
       
  • Question 5
   
 

What does the acronym ATOD prevention refer to?

     
       
  • Question 6
   
 

Drug court programs have recently been expanded to include what service(s)?

     
       
  • Question 7
   
 

Mandatory minimum-sentencing laws have resulted in a clogged judicial system and vastly overcrowded prisons, but has made remarkable dent in the trafficking / consumption of illicit drugs.

     
       
  • Question 8
   
 

What was reported by children and adolescents frequently that the single most important reason they resisted their peers' influence on drug-taking behavior?

     
       
  • Question 9
   
 

The 2000 Healthy People Program requires all governmental organizations to establish employee assistance programs for their workers.

     
       
  • Question 10
   
 

According to the supply and demand principle, a decrease in supply results in

     
       
  • Question 11
   
 

A discussion about alternatives to drinking among high-school students already exposed to alcohol in some form would fit under what category?

     
       
  • Question 12
   
 

The first line of defense against drug abuse problems among youth is actually represented by secondary prevention programs.

     
       
  • Question 13
   
 

What has been the result of mandatory minimum-sentencing laws for drug offenders?

     
       
  • Question 14
   
 

Tertiary prevention programs address Priority II (Healing America's drug users) as set by the White House Office of National Drug Control Policy.

     
       
  • Question 15
   
 

What is the first line of defense against alcohol, tobacco, and other drugs?

     
       
  • Question 16
   
 

The U.S. Public Health Service established in the 1990's a comprehensive, national health promotion and disease prevention agenda in a program called Healthy People 2000, which now has been updated for goals to be reached by what year?

     
       
  • Question 17
   
 

EAP stands for the slogan, Enhance All Prevention, a goal of Healthy People 2010.

     
       
  • Question 18
   
 

According to the text, what is the best-known school based ATOD prevention program in the United States?

     
       
  • Question 19
   
 

According to the Center for Substance Abuse Prevention, their studies estimate relative to nonabusers, abusers of alcohol and drugs are 20 times more likely to file a workers' compensation claim.

     
       
  • Question 20
   
 

Presently, the amount of illicit drugs interdicted at what location is very small?

     
       
  • Question 21
   
 

According to U.S. government estimates, more than 2 million people aged twelve or older need treatment for an illicit drug problem.

     
       
  • Question 22
   
 

According to U.S. government estimates, more than approximately 19 million people need treatment for an alcohol problem.

     
       
  • Question 23
   
 

A federal voucher program was established in 2003 to help address a priority of the White House Office of National Drug Control Policy that is related to

     
       
  • Question 24
   
 

An educational program that included "ways to say no" would fit under the category of

     
       
  • Question 25
   
 

In the Life Skills Training program in New York City, a multifaceted approach toward drug-abuse prevention has been adopted.

     
       
  • Question 26
   
 

What is a type of intervention in which the goal is to forestall the onset of drug use by an individual who has had little or no previous exposure to drugs?

     
       
  • Question 27
   
 

Learning to say "no" to drugs when offered to a young child would most likely be a component of a program of secondary prevention.

     
       
  • Question 28
   
 

If efforts are made to prevent drug-taking behavior from occurring when it has not occurred up to now, then these efforts are referred to as:

     
       
  • Question 29
   
 

What three circumstances are included in the "triple threat" in a recent survey that measured the likelihood that a teenager would engage in some form of substance abuse:

     
       
  • Question 30
   
 

The Mental Health Parity and Addiction Equity Act of 2008 allows individuals in substance abuse treatment to receive reimbursement on a par with treatment for medical conditions.

     
       
  • Question 31
   
 

The 1988 Drug-free Workplace Act implemented a drug education program that estimates that substance abuse costs as much as $60-$100 billion each year.

     
       
  • Question 32
   
 

According to the principle of supply and demand, what is the effect of reducing the availability of drugs on the street?

     
       
  • Question 33
   
 

According to the Center for Substance Abuse Prevention, their studies estimate relative to nonabusers, abusers of alcohol and drugs are 16 times more likely to take sick leave.

     
       
  • Question 34
   
 

Approximately 80 percent of the illicit drugs smuggled into the United States are interdicted (stopped) at the border.

     
       
  • Question 35
   
 

The U.S. Public Health Service's program Healthy People 2020, focused their attention on drug use among those aged twelve to sixty-five years old.

     
       
  • Question 36
   
 

What is the principal criterion for a school-based prevention program's success?

     
       
  • Question 37
   
 

What is the philosophy of the supply/availability approach?

     
       
  • Question 38
   
 

CASASTART is an example of a

     
       
  • Question 39
   
 

What are the five stages of change in drug rehabilitation are, in order?

     
       
  • Question 40
   
 

What was the purpose of raising the legal drinking age to twenty-one across all states?

     
       

 

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