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5 Matching questions

  1. Cocaine
  2. Narcolepsy
  3. Schedule 5
  4. Expose body to toxic chemicals
  5. Hallucinogen
  1. a -Very low potential for abuse
    -Prescriptions not always required
    -Has accepted medical use in the US
    -Least Dangerous
  2. b Change the mind, causes user to see and hear things that aren't really there.
  3. c Methamphetamines, Inhalants
  4. d The tendency of a person to fall asleep at random times
  5. e Schedule 2, highly addictive, very abuse
    Medical uses: Topical numbing agent

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. Alcohol, Rohypnol/GHB
  2. "Uppers/Speed". Schedule 2.
    Medical uses: Narcolepsy, Asthma, ADHD.
    Recreational uses: Study aids, weight loss, performance enhancer.
  3. Sending end of a neuron
  4. Cocaine, methamphetamines, amphetamines
  5. -Less abuse potential than schedules 1 and 2
    -Has accepted medical use in the US
    -Abuse may lead to moderate dependence

5 True/False questions

  1. Combat Methamphetamine Epidemic ActPassed in 2005, cold medicine containing ephedrine/pseudo-ephedrine to be put behind the counter.

          

  2. NeurotransmitterA chemical that is released by the axon to create a change

          

  3. MethadoneSynthetic opiate medication that binds to the same receptors in the brain that heroin binds to.

          

  4. DopamineSchedule 2, highly addictive, very abuse
    Medical uses: Topical numbing agent

          

  5. InhalantsSpeeds up central nervous system. Creates feeling of energy, increased wakefulness, and loss of apatite.