Study sets matching "psych drugs"

Study sets
Classes
Users

Study sets matching "psych drugs"

Psychology: drugs
What is the origin of hypnosis?
Who began with the idea of hypnosis?
What is the uses of hypnosis?
What are the steps towards hypnosis?
Greek hypnos, meaning "sleep"
Mesmer
1. Anesthetic... 2. Reduce anxiety... 3. Manage pain ... 4. Overcome f…
Focus
What is the origin of hypnosis?
Greek hypnos, meaning "sleep"
Who began with the idea of hypnosis?
Mesmer
14 terms
psychology-drugs
blood-brain barriers
psychoactive drug
tolerance
withdrawal symptoms
layer of capillaries that protect the brain
drugs that are small enough to pass through the blood-brain b…
something that is created when you use a drug a lot
these occur when you stop using a drug
blood-brain barriers
layer of capillaries that protect the brain
psychoactive drug
drugs that are small enough to pass through the blood-brain b…
Psychology - Drugs
Ecstasy/MDMA
Ecstasy/MDMA
Cocaine
Cocaine
Blocks serotonin reuptake transporters
Dilated pupils, exaggerated colors, ramped up, affecionate
Blocks reuptake of monoamines (especially dopamine)
Energized, increased alertness
Ecstasy/MDMA
Blocks serotonin reuptake transporters
Ecstasy/MDMA
Dilated pupils, exaggerated colors, ramped up, affecionate
15 terms
Psychology: Drugs
Substance abuse disorder
Addiction
Withdrawal
Types of Psychoactive drugs
When one craves and uses a drug despite its negative impact o…
An increase in dosage
Can be deadly for some drugs... Most likely just uncomfortable a…
Depressants... Stimulates... Hallucinogens
Substance abuse disorder
When one craves and uses a drug despite its negative impact o…
Addiction
An increase in dosage
Psychology Drugs
stimulants
cocaine
nicotine
caffine
increases functioning in nervous system
comes from Cocoa plant (stimulant)
active ingredient in tobacco (stimulant)
mild stimulant found in tea and coffee
stimulants
increases functioning in nervous system
cocaine
comes from Cocoa plant (stimulant)
118 terms
Psychology drugs
Addicts
Models of addiction
Moral model of addiction
Biomedical disease model
Habitual drug users who continue to use drugs knowing the adv…
1) Moral model... 2) Disease model... 3) Learning Model
- Is an addiction choice made by ppl with low moral standards…
-Physical-dependence theory ... -Positive Incentive theory... -Ince…
Addicts
Habitual drug users who continue to use drugs knowing the adv…
Models of addiction
1) Moral model... 2) Disease model... 3) Learning Model
7 terms
Psychology drugs
Norepinephrine
Glutamate
Serotonin
Endorphins
Activation of sympathetic nervous system
Major excitatory neurotransmitter
Regulates sleep and feeding behavior
Relive pain
Norepinephrine
Activation of sympathetic nervous system
Glutamate
Major excitatory neurotransmitter
41 terms
Psychology: Drugs
Physical Dependence
drug tolerance
withdrawal
Psychological Dependence
a condition occurring when a person's body becomes unable to…
as a person uses a drug more consistently the larger the dose…
physical symptoms that range from nausea, pain, tremors, cran…
the feeling that a drug is needed to continue a feeling of em…
Physical Dependence
a condition occurring when a person's body becomes unable to…
drug tolerance
as a person uses a drug more consistently the larger the dose…
Psychology - Drugs
Drugs
Dependence
Tolerance
Withdrawal
Any substance (except food and water) which when taken into t…
From regular use, drugs become central to life and causes a m…
More drug is needed in order to achieve the same effects felt…
Physical and psychological symptoms when the supply of drugs…
Drugs
Any substance (except food and water) which when taken into t…
Dependence
From regular use, drugs become central to life and causes a m…
Psychology - Drugs
Depressants
Alcohol - Effects
Alcohol - Dangers
Narcotics
Drugs that slow the activity of the nervous system.
Effects: In small amounts, alcohol relaxes the body. Larger d…
Dangers: Becoming intoxicated slurs speech, blurs vision, and…
Addictive depressants that have been used to relive pain and…
Depressants
Drugs that slow the activity of the nervous system.
Alcohol - Effects
Effects: In small amounts, alcohol relaxes the body. Larger d…
Psychology: Drugs
Methamphetamine
Ecstacy
Cocaine
Psychedelics/ hallucinogens
Reward pathway. Euphoria/excitement. Dopamine. Highly addictive
Stimulant & mild hallucinogen. Euphoric feeling. Can damage s…
Euphoria followed by a crash. Dopamine reputable inhibitor.
Distort perceptions and evoke sensory images in the absence o…
Methamphetamine
Reward pathway. Euphoria/excitement. Dopamine. Highly addictive
Ecstacy
Stimulant & mild hallucinogen. Euphoric feeling. Can damage s…
Psychology: Drugs
Heroin
Ectasy
Marijuana
Methamphetamine
Mimics natural opiates and binds to opiate receptors turning…
Makes the transporter confused, the transporter starts transp…
THC mimics the actions of anandamide, meaning that THC binds…
Meth enters the dopamine vesicles forcing the dopamine out
Heroin
Mimics natural opiates and binds to opiate receptors turning…
Ectasy
Makes the transporter confused, the transporter starts transp…
101 terms
Psychology Drugs
Citalopram
Escitalopram
Paroxetine
Fluxoetine
Celexa
Lexapro
Paxil
Prozac
Citalopram
Celexa
Escitalopram
Lexapro
18 terms
Psychology Module 8 - Drugs
substance use disorder
psychoactive drug
tolerance
addiction
continued substance craving and use despite significant life…
a chemical substance that alters perceptions and moods
with repeated use, achieving the desired effect requires larg…
compulsive craving of drugs or certain behaviors (such as gam…
substance use disorder
continued substance craving and use despite significant life…
psychoactive drug
a chemical substance that alters perceptions and moods
psychology drugs
Antipsychotic (Atypical)
Antidepressants
SSRI (Select Serotonin Reuptake Inhibi…
MAO inhibitors
- temporarily reduce psychotic symptoms ... - block dopamine rec…
- reduce depression... - increase norepinephrine... - Trazadone, El…
- decrease depression... - increase serotonin, inhibit reuptake…
- decrease depression... - stops/inhibits MAO enzyme
Antipsychotic (Atypical)
- temporarily reduce psychotic symptoms ... - block dopamine rec…
Antidepressants
- reduce depression... - increase norepinephrine... - Trazadone, El…
28 terms
Drugs (Psychology)
Tolerance
Physical Addiction
Withdrawal symptoms
Psychological dependence
The brain and body build up resistance. Must take larger dose…
brain and body develop PHYSICAL need in order to function nor…
physical and psychological symptoms that occur after the pers…
psychological WANT, craving or desire to use a drug. NOT phys…
Tolerance
The brain and body build up resistance. Must take larger dose…
Physical Addiction
brain and body develop PHYSICAL need in order to function nor…
psychology drugs
Spiders on drugs:
tolerance:
dependence:
who were used for the non humans?
LSD, caffiene, THC (marijuana), alcohol
you need a certain amount of a higher does to get an effect
when you depend on the drug to feel a certain way
monkeys on alcohol, and rats on cocaine & steroids
Spiders on drugs:
LSD, caffiene, THC (marijuana), alcohol
tolerance:
you need a certain amount of a higher does to get an effect
20 terms
Psychology Drugs and Hypnosis
hypnosis
hypnotic induction
altered state theory of hypnosis
sociocognitive theory of hypnosis
A procedure in which a researcher, clinician, or hypnotist su…
Refers to inducing hypnosis by first asking a person to eithe…
Holds that hypnosis puts a person into an altered state of co…
Says that behaviors observed during hypnosis result not from…
hypnosis
A procedure in which a researcher, clinician, or hypnotist su…
hypnotic induction
Refers to inducing hypnosis by first asking a person to eithe…
Psychology Drugs
Hallucinogen
Narcotic
Stimulant
Stimulant
Marijuana
Heroin
Nicotine
Cocaine
Hallucinogen
Marijuana
Narcotic
Heroin
Psychology Drugs
Psychoactive Drug
Psychoactive Drugs
Dependence
Withdrawal
A chemical substance that alters perceptions, mood, or behavi…
Caffeine, Alcohol, and Nicotine are the three common what?
A state of physiological and/or psychological need to take mo…
The discomfort and distress that follow when a person who is…
Psychoactive Drug
A chemical substance that alters perceptions, mood, or behavi…
Psychoactive Drugs
Caffeine, Alcohol, and Nicotine are the three common what?
psychology ( drugs)
Drug- Altered Consciousness
Substance abuse
substance dependence
Tolerance
some are induced with the help of Psychoactive drugs
a pattern of a drug use that inhibits the persons ability to…
a pattern of compulsive drug taking that is much more serious…
the need to take higher doses of a drug to produce its origin…
Drug- Altered Consciousness
some are induced with the help of Psychoactive drugs
Substance abuse
a pattern of a drug use that inhibits the persons ability to…
Psychology - Drugs
Ecstasy/MDMA Function
Ecstasy/MDMA Effects
Cocaine Function
Cocaine Effects
Blocks serotonin reuptake transporters
Dilated pupils, exaggerated colors, ramped up, affecionate
Blocks reuptake of dopamine
Energized, increased alertness
Ecstasy/MDMA Function
Blocks serotonin reuptake transporters
Ecstasy/MDMA Effects
Dilated pupils, exaggerated colors, ramped up, affecionate
14 terms
psychology-drugs
blood-brain barriers
psychoactive drug
tolerance
withdrawal symptoms
layer of capillaries that protect the brain
drugs that are small enough to pass through the blood-brain b…
something that is created when you use a drug a lot
these occur when you stop using a drug
blood-brain barriers
layer of capillaries that protect the brain
psychoactive drug
drugs that are small enough to pass through the blood-brain b…
17 terms
Psychology: Drugs
psychoactive drug
tolerance
addiction
withdrawal
a chemical substance that alters perceptions and moods.
with repeated use, achieving the desired effect requires larg…
compulsive craving of drugs or certain behaviors (such as gam…
the discomfort and distress that follow discontinuing an addi…
psychoactive drug
a chemical substance that alters perceptions and moods.
tolerance
with repeated use, achieving the desired effect requires larg…
Psychology Drugs
Opium
Diamorphine
Heroin
Dexamphetamine
Opiates
Opiates
Opiates
Dopamine enhancing drugs
Opium
Opiates
Diamorphine
Opiates
8 terms
psychology drugs
physical dependence
drug tolerance
withdrawal
psychological dependence
a condition occurring when a person's body becomes unable to…
as a person uses a drug more consistently the larger the dose…
physical symptoms that range from nausea, pain, tremors, cran…
the feeling that a drug is needed to continue a feeling of em…
physical dependence
a condition occurring when a person's body becomes unable to…
drug tolerance
as a person uses a drug more consistently the larger the dose…
Psychology drugs
alcohol
heroine
caffeine
meth
initial high followed by relaxation
rush of euphoria, relief from pain
increased alertness
euphoria, alertness, energy
alcohol
initial high followed by relaxation
heroine
rush of euphoria, relief from pain
Drugs- Psychology
Depressants
Alcohol Effects
Alcohol Dangers
Narcotics
Drugs that slow the activity of the nervous system
In small amounts, alcohol relaxes the body. Larger amounts ca…
Becoming intoxicated slurs speech, blurs vision, and hinder c…
Addictive depressants that have been used to relieve pain and…
Depressants
Drugs that slow the activity of the nervous system
Alcohol Effects
In small amounts, alcohol relaxes the body. Larger amounts ca…
77 terms
Psychology - Drugs
158 pounds
75%
75%
Delivery systems
Avg. person consumes how many pounds of sugar a year?
What percentage of children say their parents play a major ro…
What percentage of child abuse is caused by drugs?
______ make drug use easier.
158 pounds
Avg. person consumes how many pounds of sugar a year?
75%
What percentage of children say their parents play a major ro…
43 terms
Psychology drugs
glutamate
serotonin
Dopamine
Endorphins
nervous systems major neurotransmitter, plays important role…
associated with SLEEP, MOOD and APPETITE
if too little is released it results in Parkinson's disease,…
PAIN CONTROLLING chemicals in the body
glutamate
nervous systems major neurotransmitter, plays important role…
serotonin
associated with SLEEP, MOOD and APPETITE
16 terms
Drugs Psychology
Antianxiety drugs
Benzodiazepines
SE benzos
Buspirone
Benzodiazepines and Buspirone
promote GABA which is a calming neurotransmiter (Vaium, Ativa…
lower seizure threshold and may have hypnotic affect ataxia
reduces anxiety without hypnotic effect no potential for addi…
Antianxiety drugs
Benzodiazepines and Buspirone
Benzodiazepines
promote GABA which is a calming neurotransmiter (Vaium, Ativa…
13 terms
Psychology Drugs
Amphetamines
Cocaine
Nicotine
Caffeine
Synthesized in Labs (Crystal Meth is an example). Heightened…
Produces pleasure, Deadens pain, results in crash when stoppe…
creates rush with heightened heart rate. raises dopamime leve…
Increases alertness and reduces pain.
Amphetamines
Synthesized in Labs (Crystal Meth is an example). Heightened…
Cocaine
Produces pleasure, Deadens pain, results in crash when stoppe…
11 terms
Psychology Drugs
Thorazine
Mellaril
Haldol
Risperidal
Antipsychotic (dopamine)
Antipsychotic (dopamine)
Antipsychotic (dopamine)
Atypical Antipsychotic (dopamine and serotonin)
Thorazine
Antipsychotic (dopamine)
Mellaril
Antipsychotic (dopamine)
11 terms
Psychology Drugs
Tobaco
Alcohol
Marijuana
Cocaine/Meth/Crack
vommiting ... blocks blood vessels ... tears immune system... stomach…
unclear thinking... slurred speech... high blood pressure ... liver to…
increases heart rate... reduces concentration... impairs memory... inc…
dialates pupils... violent behavior... death... anxiety/depression... low…
Tobaco
vommiting ... blocks blood vessels ... tears immune system... stomach…
Alcohol
unclear thinking... slurred speech... high blood pressure ... liver to…
Psychology drugs
Barbituates
Opiates
Amphetamines
Ecstasy
Depressant... Treat epilepsy and anxiety... Causes constipation
Depressant... Heroin and morphine is best known... Produces euphori…
Stimulates in a way like epinephrine, treats asthma, treats A…
Is a stimulant ... Meth amphetamine ... Lose inhibition or control
Barbituates
Depressant... Treat epilepsy and anxiety... Causes constipation
Opiates
Depressant... Heroin and morphine is best known... Produces euphori…
Psychology drugs
Psychoactive drug
Tolerance
Withdrawal
Physical dependence
A chemical substance that alters perceptions and moods
The diminishing effect with regular use of the same dose of a…
The discomfort and distress that follow discontinuing the use…
A physiological need for a drug, marked by unpleasant withdra…
Psychoactive drug
A chemical substance that alters perceptions and moods
Tolerance
The diminishing effect with regular use of the same dose of a…
22 terms
Psychology Drugs
SSRIs
SNRI
NE-Dopamine Reuptake Inhibitors
Serotonin Receptor Antagonist and Agon…
Fluoxetine (Prozac)... Sertraline (Zoloft)... Paroxetine (Paxil)... Fl…
Venlafaxine (effexor)... Duloxetine (Cymbalta)
Bupropion (Wellbutrin)
Trazodone (Desyrul)... Nefazodone (Serzone)
SSRIs
Fluoxetine (Prozac)... Sertraline (Zoloft)... Paroxetine (Paxil)... Fl…
SNRI
Venlafaxine (effexor)... Duloxetine (Cymbalta)
16 terms
Psychology - Drugs
Alcohol
heroin
caffeine
meth
depressant; Initial high followed by relaxation and disinhibi…
depressant; Rush of euphoria, relief from pain
stimulant; Increased alertness and wakefulness
stimulant; Euphoria, alertness, energy
Alcohol
depressant; Initial high followed by relaxation and disinhibi…
heroin
depressant; Rush of euphoria, relief from pain
Psychology drugs
Agonist drug
Antagonist drug
Stimulant
Neurotransmitters affected by stimulants
Increases synapse activity
Decreases synapse activity
Drug that increases energy, alertness and activity
Dopamine and serotonin
Agonist drug
Increases synapse activity
Antagonist drug
Decreases synapse activity
46 terms
Psychology Drugs
Alprazolam(Xanax)
Lorazepam(Ativan)
Klonopin(Clonazepam)
Diazepam(Valium)
Drug Class:... -Anxiolytics- Typical Atypical... Neurotransmitter:…
Drug Class:... -Anxiolytics- Typical Atypical... Neurotransmitter:…
Drug Class:... -Anxiolytics- Typical Atypical... Neurotransmitter:…
Drug Class:... -Anxiolytics- Typical Atypical... Neurotransmitter:…
Alprazolam(Xanax)
Drug Class:... -Anxiolytics- Typical Atypical... Neurotransmitter:…
Lorazepam(Ativan)
Drug Class:... -Anxiolytics- Typical Atypical... Neurotransmitter:…
17 terms
Psychology - Drugs
Psychoactive drugs
Depressants
Stimulants
Hallucinogen
Chemical substances that cross the blood-brain barrier, and a…
Decrease the state of mind... o Painkillers ... o Heroin ... o Alcohol…
Increase the state of mind... o Methamphetamine... o Cocaine... o Rita…
Alter the state of mind... o LSD... o Salvia ... o Psilocybin... o PCP
Psychoactive drugs
Chemical substances that cross the blood-brain barrier, and a…
Depressants
Decrease the state of mind... o Painkillers ... o Heroin ... o Alcohol…
13 terms
Psychology Drugs
depressants
stimulants
hallucinogens
barbetuates
slow down mental activity ex. alcohol
increase central nervous activity
alter perception
induce sleep, can impair memory and decision making
depressants
slow down mental activity ex. alcohol
stimulants
increase central nervous activity
101 terms
Psychology Drugs
Citalopram
Escitalopram
Paroxetine
Fluxoetine
Celexa
Lexapro
Paxil
Prozac
Citalopram
Celexa
Escitalopram
Lexapro
22 terms
Psychology: Drugs
depressants
stimulants
hallucinogens
alcohol
reduce neural activity and slow body functions
temporarily excites neural activity and speeds up body functi…
distorts perceptions and evokes sensory images in the absence…
(Depressant) disinhibitions slowed neural processing, memory…
depressants
reduce neural activity and slow body functions
stimulants
temporarily excites neural activity and speeds up body functi…
drugs psychology
narcotics (opiates)
endogenous opiates
• Four major classes of opioid recepto…
Kappa
• 1) generally has sedative-hypnotic and analgesic properties…
Enkephalins, endorphins, dynorphins
Agonists: morphine and naloxone... mediate euphoria, supraspin…
Dynorphin... Spinal analgesia and sedation... May also mediate p…
narcotics (opiates)
• 1) generally has sedative-hypnotic and analgesic properties…
endogenous opiates
Enkephalins, endorphins, dynorphins
20 terms
Psychology- Drugs
Psychoactive
Stimulants
Caffeine
Nicotine
General name for drugs that produce changes in consciousness…
Category of drugs that activate the brain and nervous system,…
Bitter substance found in coffee, tea, cola, chocolate, and c…
A chemical compound present in tobacco
Psychoactive
General name for drugs that produce changes in consciousness…
Stimulants
Category of drugs that activate the brain and nervous system,…
6 terms
Psychology:drugs
Addiction
Drugs will:
3 categories of drugs
Depressants
Where body craves a specific drug in order to feel normal
Distort perceptions... Change your moods... Cause visual&laudatory…
Depressants... Stimulants ... Hallucinations
Slow activity of nervous system
Addiction
Where body craves a specific drug in order to feel normal
Drugs will:
Distort perceptions... Change your moods... Cause visual&laudatory…
15 terms
Psychology Drugs
Psychoactive drug
1. Depressants
Barbiturates
Opiates
chemicals that change perceptions and moods through actions a…
are drugs such as alcohol, barbiturates (tranquilizers), and…
are drugs, or tranquilizers, that mimic the effects of alcoho…
opium and its derivatives, morphine and heroin—also depress n…
Psychoactive drug
chemicals that change perceptions and moods through actions a…
1. Depressants
are drugs such as alcohol, barbiturates (tranquilizers), and…
Drugs (psychology)
Deressants
Alcohol
Barbiturates
Opiates
Alcohol, barbiturates, opiates, reduce neural activity and sl…
Disinhibition, slowed neural processing, memory disruption (b…
Depress activity of central nervous system, reducing anxiety…
Opium and its derivatives, morphine and heroin, depress neura…
Deressants
Alcohol, barbiturates, opiates, reduce neural activity and sl…
Alcohol
Disinhibition, slowed neural processing, memory disruption (b…
Psychology - Drugs
Ecstasy/MDMA
Ecstasy/MDMA
Cocaine
Cocaine
Blocks serotonin reuptake transporters
Dilated pupils, exaggerated colors, ramped up, affecionate
Blocks reuptake of monoamines (especially dopamine)
Energized, increased alertness
Ecstasy/MDMA
Blocks serotonin reuptake transporters
Ecstasy/MDMA
Dilated pupils, exaggerated colors, ramped up, affecionate
1 of 10