5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- Keeley Institute
- PCP (phencyclidine)
- "bad trip"
- Herbal Ecstasy®
- a a commercial OTC stimulant that contains herbal ephedrine and herbal caffeine.
- b a series of 118 treatment centers in the United States that treated alcoholics, drug addicts, and tobacco smokers between 1880 and 1920.
- c followers of Islam who are forbidden alcohol and most other psychoactive drugs by their religion.
- 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.
- e an unpleasant or dangerous panic reaction to a psychedelic such as LSD.
5 Multiple choice questions
- a theory of addiction that says addiction is caused by the body's adaptation to continued use of psychoactive drugs.
- a lack of energy and motivation often caused by excess stimulant use.
- see propanol.
- the technique of using medications that alter metabolism of an abused drug to render it ineffective.
- see laughing gas.
5 True/False questions
confabulation → repetition of false memories.
syringe → under the tongue; a route of drug administration where the drug is absorbed by mucous membranes.
pot → a substance that is poisonous when given in certain amounts. Many toxins are poisonous at lower doses.
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.
addiction → a 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.