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5 Matching questions

  1. "bad trip"
  2. decriminalization
  3. hops
  4. gas chromatography
  5. Amanita muscaria (fly agaric)
  1. a an unpleasant or dangerous panic reaction to a psychedelic such as LSD.
  2. b the elimination of criminal penalties for drug possession or use and replacing them with fines or other civil penalties.
  3. c an hallucinogenic mushroom that is often prepared in liquid form and drunk.
  4. d an aromatic herb that comes from the dried cones of the Humulus lupulus vine, used in the brewing of virtually all beers; provides the bitter "hoppy" taste of beer.
  5. e see GC/MS.

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. a structured interview that assesses six areas affected by substance use and abuse in order to assess alcoholism.
  2. an Indian name for the leaves and stems of Cannabis (marijuana) plants; it is a mild form of marijuana that can be prepared for smoking, drinking, or ingestion.
  3. stimulants.
  4. abnormally high body temperature that can be caused by MDMA, methamphetamines, and other party drugs especially when coupled with heavy dancing or exercise.
  5. a neurological toxin found in the Amanita muscaria mushroom that acts as a parasympathetic nervous system stimulant.

5 True/False questions

  1. liverthe largest gland in the body (2-4 lbs.); metabolizes protein and carbohydrates and most psychoactive drugs that pass through the blood, especially alcohol.


  2. ethanol (ethyl alcohol, C2H6O)the main psychoactive ingredient in beer, wine, and distilled liquors; usually made from fermented grains, fruits, or carbohydrate based vegetables, such as potatoes and rice.


  3. narcolepsya sleep disorder characterized by sudden periods of sleep during the day and sleep paralysis or interrupted sleep at night; often treated with amphetamines.


  4. group therapythe use of several clients in a group to help each other break the isolation of addiction, increase knowledge, and practice recovery skills. There are different types of group therapy: facilitated, peer, 12-step, educational, topic-specific, and targeted.


  5. trichlorethylene (TCE)a commonly used organic solvent found in typewriter correction fluids, paints, and spot removers.