SUBS 606 Exam 1

SUBS 606 Exam 1 Liberty University

Set 1

  1. Which of the following are examples of environmental factors that can make a person more liable to abuse a psychoactive substance?
  2. Binge drinking causes the most problems and is defined as
  3. Down regulation of a brain cell’s receptors occurs when a person uses drugs and:
  4. Which of the following methods are used to absorb drugs through the mucosal membrane?
  5. A key enzyme involved in the metabolism of alcohol is ______ and is located in the ______ and the ______.
  6. Which of the following alcoholic drinks are equivalent to one standard drink?
  7. The Gin Epidemic
  8. How many standard alcoholic drinks would a 125-pound woman need to consume in one hour to reach the minimum blood alcohol concentration for driving while intoxicated? (refer to Table 5-3 on page 5.11)
  9. Which of the following statements is true regarding the use of alcohol and other drugs by a woman who is pregnant?
  10. Which of the following would speed up the absorption rate of alcohol?
  11. Which of the following describes changes in the brain of a person who is addicted to alcohol or other drugs?
  12. Which of the following statements is true about cirrhosis?
  13. Which of the following factors have contributed to the spread of HIV/AIDS and hepatitis C?
  14. When the human body is continually challenged by the use of drugs that alter the body,s natural balance, a “new normal” is created, known as:
  15. Which of the following statements most accurately represents the use of plant-based psychoactive substances?
  16. Easy access to alcohol, a permissive societal view of drinking, unsafe living conditions, poor nutrition, and limited access to healthcare and drug recovery programs are examples of what factors associated with increased alcohol use?
  17. Evidence of social concern regarding who can handle alcohol and when it is appropriate to drink alcohol
  18. Which of the following are factual statements about the Opium Wars?
  19. There are several routes of administering drugs, and some reach the brain faster than others. Which of the following sequences correctly lists the routes of administration from fastest to slowest for getting drugs to the brain?
  20. Compulsive behaviors, including eating disorders, result in the development of which of the following?
  21. Alcohol and other psychoactive drugs affect which parts of the brain?
  22. The national minimum legal drinking age in the United States is 21. Since 1993 the rate of underage binge drinking in the United States has
  23. According to the authors of Uppers, Downers, All Arounders, a psychoactive drug is defined as
  24. The progression from abuse to addiction is most influenced by:
  25. On average, the body can metabolize and eliminate 1 ounce of pure alcohol (the equivalent of about 1.5 standard drinks) in what time frame?

Set 2

  1. Which of the following are examples of environmental factors that can make a person more liable to abuse a psychoactive substance?
  2. The Eighteenth Amendment (the “Volstead Act”) was implemented to
  3. The national minimum legal drinking age in the United States is 21. Since 1993 the rate of underage binge drinking in the United States has
  4. Which of the following is the correctly ordered progression for levels of alcohol use?
  5. Psychoactive drugs have which of the following effects on the nervous system?
  6. Alcoholics are likely to experience which of the following problems with their memory?
  7. Worldwide, approximately what percentage of all diseases and injuries are a direct result of alcohol abuse?
  8. Compulsive behaviors, including eating disorders, result in the development of which of the following?
  9. Which of the following are functions of the old brain?
  10. The progression from abuse to addiction is most influenced by:
  11. According to Uppers, Downers, All Arounders and the American Society of Addiction Medicine, alcoholism is
  12. Performance-enhancing drugs function in which of the following ways?
  13. According to the authors of Uppers, Downers, All Arounders, a psychoactive drug is defined as
  14. Which of the following are factual statements about drug policy?
  15. Evidence of social concern regarding who can handle alcohol and when it is appropriate to drink alcohol
  16. Which of the following alcoholic drinks are equivalent to one standard drink?
  17. Which of the following groups have been involved in growing, manufacturing, distributing, taxing, and prohibiting drugs?
  18. Binge drinking causes the most problems and is defined as
  19. The emotional center of the brain that is activated when a person with an addiction sees a person, place, or thing that reminds him of their addiction (e.g., needle, slot machine, white powder) is called the:
  20. A practical way to classify psychoactive substances is the following:
  21. Alcohol is metabolized at a rate of approximately ______ reduction in blood alcohol concentration per hour.
  22. The life span of a chronic high-dose drinker is
  23. A key enzyme involved in the metabolism of alcohol is ______ and is located in the ______ and the ______.
  24. Pharmacodynamic tolerance includes which of the following?
  25. Alcohol and other psychoactive drugs affect which parts of the brain?
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