5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- Jellinek, E. M. (1890-1963)
- AMPS (Ample Misuse Prevention Study)
- EEG (electroencephalography)
- a one of the metabolites of cocaine that can be found in the urine long after cocaine is no longer present in the body.
- b famed researcher of alcoholism and founder of the Center of Alcohol Studies and cofounder of the National Council on Alcoholism. His well-known The Disease Concept of Alcoholism delineated five levels of alcoholism: alpha (problem drinking), beta (problem drinking with health problems), gamma (loss of control with severe health and social consequences), delta (long-term heavy drinking), and epsilon (periodic) alcoholism. These terms are not used nowadays but the descriptions are.
- c when a therapist or counselor lets personal feelings influence how he or she treats a client.
- d a prevention program similar to DARE that consists of a four-session curriculum for 5th and 6th graders; it also develops peer resistance skills.
- e a technique that detects and measures patterns of electrical activity emanating from the brain by placing electrodes on the scalp.
5 Multiple choice questions
- a diagnostic category in DSM-IV-TR under alcohol-related disorders that describes a group of psychiatric symptoms caused by alcohol intoxication or alcohol withdrawal including alcohol-induced withdrawal, amnesia, psychotic disorder, mood disorders, etc.
- satisfaction or pleasure obtained by placing something (tobacco, food) in the mouth.
- see anabolic steroids.
- an acronym for the combination of dexfenfluramine and phentermine when prescribed for weight control.
- a 3,000-year-old treatment modality that uses needle insertion at nerve intersections to help heal. Recently it has been used for heroin detoxification.
5 True/False questions
deliriant → see naltrexone.
gray matter → inflammation of the gastrointestinal system, particularly the stomach, that can be caused by drinking.
insulin → a hormone secreted by the pancreas to help control blood-sugar levels; diabetics need to use oral medications to force the pancreas to release more insulin of give themselves injections of insulin. Compulsive overeating can induce diabetes.
bee pollen → a drug that produces a birth defect when taken during pregnancy.
fluoxetine → the chemical name for Prozac®, a popular antidepressant that acts by preventing the reabsorption of serotonin, a neurotransmitter.