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  1. Jellinek, E. M. (1890-1963)
  2. AMPS (Ample Misuse Prevention Study)
  3. benzoylecgonine
  4. EEG (electroencephalography)
  5. countertransference
  1. a one of the metabolites of cocaine that can be found in the urine long after cocaine is no longer present in the body.
  2. 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.
  3. c when a therapist or counselor lets personal feelings influence how he or she treats a client.
  4. 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.
  5. e a technique that detects and measures patterns of electrical activity emanating from the brain by placing electrodes on the scalp.

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  1. 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.
  2. satisfaction or pleasure obtained by placing something (tobacco, food) in the mouth.
  3. see anabolic steroids.
  4. an acronym for the combination of dexfenfluramine and phentermine when prescribed for weight control.
  5. 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

  1. deliriantsee naltrexone.

          

  2. gray matterinflammation of the gastrointestinal system, particularly the stomach, that can be caused by drinking.

          

  3. insulina 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.

          

  4. bee pollena drug that produces a birth defect when taken during pregnancy.

          

  5. fluoxetinethe chemical name for ProzacĀ®, a popular antidepressant that acts by preventing the reabsorption of serotonin, a neurotransmitter.

          

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