5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- limbic system
- parenteral drug use
- somatic system
- hexing herbs
- a injecting a substance into a vein or muscle or under the skin.
- b part of the peripheral nervous system that transmits sensory messages to the central nervous system and then transmits responses to muscles, organs, and other tissues.
- c the emotional center in the central nervous system's midbrain. It includes the amygdala, hippocampus, thalamus, fornix, mammillary body, olfactory bulb, and supracallosal gyrus. It sets the emotional tone of the mind, stores intense emotional memories, alters moods and emotions, controls sleep, processes smells, and modulates the libido.
- d the amount of a drug that can be absorbed into the body from a given dose.
- e members of the nightshade family of plants, e.g., belladonna, henbane, mandrake, and datura, that contain scopolamine, hyoscyamine, and atropine.
5 Multiple choice questions
- a metric unit of weight that equals 2.2 pounds.
- a long-acting synthetic opiate used orally to treat heroin addiction.
- an IV drug user who prefers the use of a syringe as a method of drug delivery; someone who has become addicted to using a needle to inject drugs.
- controlling and restraining instinctual, unconscious, or conscious drives especially if they conflict with society's rules.
- the refined extract from the coca bush. This white powder is used as a topical anesthetic for surgery and misused by addicts for snorting or injecting.
5 True/False questions
old brain → a feeling of well-being, extreme satiation, and satisfaction caused by many psychoactive drugs and certain behaviors, such as gambling and sex.
mutation → the modern name for Burma is Southeast Asia, one of the main growing areas for the opium poppy.
C. ruderalis → low THC content species.
"quick drunk" → PCP.
alcohol-related neurodevelopmental disorder → 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."