Ess 2 midterm

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1 ESS 2: SUBSTANCE ABUSE MIDTERM # 2 REVIEW Some vocabulary: Half-life Synergism Tachycardia Water-soluble Metabolization Narcolepsy Lipid-soluble Analgesic Depression Neurotoxicity Synthetic ADD / ADHD Carcinogens Hallucinogens Routes of administration Cocaine Stimulants Physiological dependence Nicotine Depressants Psychological dependence Amphetamines Blood Alcohol Content (BAC) Addiction Alcohol Enzymes Withdrawal Neurotransmitters Absorption Tolerance Some questions to think about: 1. What are the Pure Food and Drug Laws of 1906? 2. What is the Harrison Act of 1914? 3. What is the Controlled Substance Abuse Act 1970? 4. What is there to know about alcohol, cocaine, amphetamines, hallucinogens and opiates ? 5. What are the biological factors affecting drug absorption?
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Unformatted text preview: 6. What are the routes of administration? Which ones are the fastest? 7. What are the acute and chronic physiological and psychological effects of cocaine (crack and cocaine hydrochloride), alcohol, amphetamines, hallucinogens (includes THC!), and opiates ? 8. Do all drugs produce psychological and physiological dependence? 9. What are some of the long-term effects of using certain drugs we talked about in class? 10. What are some of the withdrawal symptoms of alcohol, cocaine, amphetamines, hallucinogens, and opiates? 11. Which drugs are used for medicinal purposes? What are they used as a treatment for?...
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