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  1. psilocin
  2. hypoxia
  3. datura
  4. drug-diversion programs
  5. CAGE Questionnaire
  1. a a 4-question test for problem drinking used frequently in medical settings: "C" is for "cut down," "A" for "annoyed," "G" for "guilty," and "E" for "eye-opener."
  2. b very low level of oxygen in the blood or tissues; can be caused by inhalant abuse.
  3. c programs such as drug courts used to treat first-time drug users and keep them from advancing to abuse and addiction.
  4. d an active hallucinogenic ingredient of the Psilocybe mushroom.
  5. e hallucinogenic plant used throughout history that contains the alkaloids hyoscyamine and scopolamine. It disrupts the action of acetylcholine.

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. a brain imaging technique that uses the action of glucose to show brain activity.
  2. this term from the Greek narkotikos, meaning "benumbing"; originally used to describe any derivative of opium but came to refer to any drug that induced sleep or stupor. In 1914 it became a legal term for those drugs that were believed to be highly abused, like cocaine and opiates.
  3. a nonactive substance, e.g., sugar pill, that is given to a patient to let him think he is getting a real medication. It's used as a control to test the effects of an active medication.
  4. wood alcohol; used as a toxic industrial solvent; it can be synthesized.
  5. slang for cocaine that is made into smokable form by transforming cocaine hydrochloride to freebase cocaine using baking soda, heat, and water.

5 True/False questions

  1. stouta top-fermented variety of ale that is very dark and sweet, mostly associated with Ireland.


  2. CAMP (Campaign Against Marijuana Planting)HIV virus inhibitor used for control of HIV disease and AIDS.


  3. substance-induced disordersdisorders caused by the actual use of psychoactive drugs.


  4. basal gangliaa group of neurons at the base of the cerebral hemispheres that help control involuntary muscle movement.


  5. ADHD (attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder)the co-occurrence of an interrelated mental disorder and substance use disorder; also known as "dual diagnosis."


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