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Substance Abuse

The following fall under the category of stimulants:

Hashish and Marijuana Barbiturates and Methaqualone PCP and LSD Amphetamines and Cocaine

Which of the following is not a side effect of smoking marijuana:

Slowed thinking Increase anxiety Improved memory Increased heart rate

"Magic Mushroom," "Purple Passion" and "Shrooms" are street names for which of the following:

Psilocybin Mescaline Opium Cocaine None of the above

Which one is the familiar name for synthetic substances related to the male sex hormones?

Tetrahydrogestrinone Anabolic Steroids Testosterone None

The risks of using Anabolic Steroids are so minimal that athletes can use them without risking their health

True False

The behavioral syndrome “muscle dysmorphia” may contribute to:

The elimination of anabolic steroid use The use of anabolic steroids One thinking they look better than they do One thinking they look weak and puny in spite of being muscular b & d

"Taking multiple doses of steroids over a specific period of time, stopping for a period, and starting again",this method of steroid abuse is known as:

cycling stacking pyramiding none

Steroid abuse cause liver tumors in which blood-filled cysts form in the liver is known as:

Testicular atrophy Peliosis hepatis Gynecomastia None

Training program for preventing steroid abuse among adolescent girls on sports teams is:

ATLAS ATHENA a and b None

The four types of prescription-type drugs group into a category referred to as :

Inhalants Psilocybin mushrooms Psychotherapeutics

Which illicit drug is used by the most people:

Marijuana Methamphetamines Cocaine Hallucinogens
Illicit drugs are used by a higher percentage of what age group:
14-15 year-olds 16-17 year-olds 18-20 year-olds 21-25 year-olds All of the above
As opposed to popular opinion, more girls between the ages of 12 and 17 use marijuana than boys of the same age.
True False

The estimates for the prevalence of alcohol use levels are reported as:

Current (past month) use Binge use Heavy use All of the above

Driving under the influence of alcohol was reported the highest rate of what age group(in 2012):

Aged 12 or older Aged 65 or older Aged 18 to 25 Aged 21 to 25

The youth prevention-related measures of substance use include:

Risk of substance use and its availability Disapproval from parents and peers Fighting or delinquent behavior All of the above

Most easily available illicit drug is:

LSD Heroin Marijuana Cocaine

An individual is defined as needing treatment for an alcohol or drug use problem if he or she met the criteria specified in:

The National Survey on Drug Use and Health (NSDUH) Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders, 4th edition (DSM-IV) National Institute on Drug Abuse (NIDA) None of the above.

A study sponsored by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), that surveys students in the 9th through 12th in classrooms during the spring of each year is:

Monitoring the Future (MTF) Youth Risk Behavior Survey (YRBS) NSDUH None of these

Studies show the precise reasons why people abuse drugs:

True False

The following is not one of Kaplan's "explanatory perspectives" for the adoption of substance abuse among adolescents?

Self-devaluation Peer influence Poor social control Poverty Earlier substance abuse

Symptoms of Substance Dependence include:

An increase in tolerance for the drug Withdrawals An increase in the amount taken Continued use in spite of negative effects All of the above

Which of the following does not fit the criteria for a diagnosis of substance abuse according to the DSM IV-TR:

Significant impairment or distress Recurrent use when it is physically hazardous The symptoms have met the criteria of dependence Recurrent legal problems from substance abuse

There were less than 20 million people who were diagnosed as having substance dependence or abuse in 2004.

True False

The CAGE questionnaire is used to:

Determine if alcohol use needs to be further explored Find out if a person is currently under the influence of cocaine Determine if a person should be placed in a locked drug rehab

The screening test that can be used to assess the level of alcohol use and dependence are:

CAGE questionnaire Michigan Alcohol Screening Test(MAST) PDFA Assessment All of the above

No single treatment approach is appropriate for all individuals:

True False

Most commonly used forms of Behavioral therapies of the drug abuse treatment are:

Individual therapy Family therapy Group counseling All of the above

Medications approved for treating alcohol dependence are:

Methadone Buprenorphine Naltrexone and Disulfiram All of the above

long-term drug use results in significant changes in brain function that can persist long after the individual stops using drugs

True False

SBIRT shows to be effective against the treatment for:

Tobacco Alcohol use A and B None of the above

A withdrawal syndrome in newborns called neonatal abstinence syndrome (NAS) is due to the prenatal use of :

Opioids Alcohol Tobacco Marijuana

Which medication option for opioid dependence during pregnancy ,has been shown to produce fewer NAS symptoms in babies :

Methadone Buprenorphine Disulfiram

The most prominent self-help group are based on :

12-step model TC AA Matrix Model

The best-known residential treatment model is :

Behavioral therapies 12-step model Therapeutic community (TC) None of these

A synthetic opioid antagonist, which blocks opioid receptors that are involved in the rewarding effects of drinking and the craving for alcohol:

Methadone Buprenorphine Bupropion Naltrexone

Which model provides a framework for engaging stimulant (e.g., methamphetamine and cocaine) abusers in treatment:

Matrix Model Motivational Enhancement Therapy (MET) Assertive Continuing Care (ACC) Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) model

The Cognitive-Behavior coping skills treatment (CBT) approach to cocaine addiction includes functional analysis which considers which of the following about the patient before and after drug use?

Thoughts Feelings Circumstances All of these

The cognitive and behavioral therapies similar to CBT are:

Beck's Cognitive Therapy Community Reinforcement Approach Motivational Enhancement Therapy All of these

Emergency room protocol for treating the physical symptoms of methamphetamine overdose includes:

Ice baths for hyperthermia Anticonvulsant drugs for convulsions Both a and b None of these