final review drug education
is defined as a subgroup within the population whose members share similar values and patterns of related behaviors that differ from the larger population.
Naturally occurring male hormones that are produced by the testes
the very broad range of activities aimed at reducing the risk of drug use among non-users and assuring continued non-use. Often targeted to at-risk neighborhoods, communities, and families.
Community based programs
Provide coordinated programs among many agencies and organizations involved in prevention.
drug prevention information based on emphasizing the extreme negative effects of drug use by coercing/warning the audience about the dangers of drug use
A state of consciousness in which there is a constant level of awareness focusing on one object; for example, getting involved in yoga and/or Zen Buddhism
A drug used in the treatment of alcoholism that interferes with the metabolic degradation of alcohol, producing an unpleasant reaction when even a small quantity of alcohol is consumed.
is an opioid agonist, it activates opioid receptors
Using performance-enhancing drugs for increased athletic ability
Drugs that are considered ergogenic are those which enhance
The majority of non-medicinal steroid use by college student is to increase
Approximately blank of women in drug abuse treatment report histories of physical and sexual abuse, with victimization beginning before 11 years of age and occurring repeatedly
In a drug prevention program, it is assumed that students do not know how to "just say no"; therefore, and training are important
refusal skills training or peer-resistance training
buprenorphine and opiate antagonist naloxone
The planned length of stay for residents to therapeutic communities is generally to months
6 to 12 months
Drug education began in the late
DARE was first developed in
Alcoholic Anonymous was founded in
What are the key factors in determining the probability of using anabolic steroids
Athletes' motivation, the level of competition, the type of sport, and the pressure for winning
One research study found that the most effective drug treatment for women included
a mutually supportive therapeutic environment that addresses: psychopathology, a woman's role as mother, the need for parental education,
Usually primary, secondary, and tertiary drug prevention programs used in combination because, in most settings
all three types of drugs users comprise the targeted population
A primary family risk factor(s) that predisposes youths to find drugs attractive are
chaotic home environment, ineffective parenting, lack of mutual attachments and nurturing, etc
If a higher education official claims that the best way to approach drug prevention is to build the resistance skills that are lacking, the official is advocating which drug prevention
School-Based Drug Prevention
Which of the following approaches involves initiating behavioral change by helping clients resolve ambivalence about engaging in treatment?
Motivational Enhancement Therapy