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  1. Keeley Institute
  2. PCP (phencyclidine)
  3. Muslims
  4. "bad trip"
  5. Herbal Ecstasy®
  1. a a commercial OTC stimulant that contains herbal ephedrine and herbal caffeine.
  2. b a series of 118 treatment centers in the United States that treated alcoholics, drug addicts, and tobacco smokers between 1880 and 1920.
  3. c followers of Islam who are forbidden alcohol and most other psychoactive drugs by their religion.
  4. d a psychedelic drug first used as an anesthetic for people then for animals but the side effects were too outlandish. It was smoked, snorted, swallowed, or injected as a street drug, starting in the 1960s, because it distorted sensory messages, deadened pain, and stifled inhibitions. It can cause catatonia, coma, or convulsions.
  5. e an unpleasant or dangerous panic reaction to a psychedelic such as LSD.

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. a theory of addiction that says addiction is caused by the body's adaptation to continued use of psychoactive drugs.
  2. a lack of energy and motivation often caused by excess stimulant use.
  3. see propanol.
  4. the technique of using medications that alter metabolism of an abused drug to render it ineffective.
  5. see laughing gas.

5 True/False questions

  1. confabulationrepetition of false memories.

          

  2. syringeunder the tongue; a route of drug administration where the drug is absorbed by mucous membranes.

          

  3. pota substance that is poisonous when given in certain amounts. Many toxins are poisonous at lower doses.

          

  4. EMIT (enzyme multiplied immunoassay techniques)a sensitive urine drug test rapidly and easily performed. Specific antigens are created for drugs that then react to them if they are present in the urine or blood sample.

          

  5. addictiona progressive disease process characterized by loss of control over use, obsession with use, continued use despite adverse consequences, denial that there are problems, and a powerful tendency to relapse.

          

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