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NOTE: Thirty questions contained in this Practice Test will appear on the Part 1 Test. You should print a copy of this Practice Test and answer all of the questions before you open the Part 1 Test. Preview Assessment Part 1 Test, Summer (Chapters 1 - 4), 106 total questions Name: Part 1 Test, Summer (Chapters 1 - 4) Instructions (as they will appear on the actual exam) : Timed Assessment: This Test has a 40 minutetimer.The elapsed time appears at the bottom of the window. A 1 minute warning will be displayed. Multiple Attempts: Not allowed. This Test can only be taken once. Force Completion: This Test must be completed now. It cannot be resumed later. 1 Laudanum was a drug containing primarily cocaine opium marijuana caffeine 2 The Anti-Drug Abuse Act of 1980 focused on the drug user education and treatment programs registration of chemicals used in the manufacture of drugs all of the above 3 The Federal Government monitors the rate of emergency room visits and fatal overdoses due to drugs through a network called FBIN DEA DAWN ATF 4 The difference between a safe and dangerous level of a drug is termed therapeutic index margin of safety therapeutic safety coefficient safety coefficient
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5 Which event included farmers refusing to pay tax and tarring and feathering revenue officers Whiskey Rebellion Boston Tea Party Tax Revolt Temperance Movement 6 Heroin is linked to criminal behavior but not violent behavior family problems community problems financial problems 7 Some athletes use Human Growth Hormone because they are hard to detect in the urine they are not dangerous they can result in a false negative to other drugs none of the above 8 The result, in part, of Benjamin Rush's writings in the 1700's was the Whiskey Rebellion the Temperance Movement the Marijuana Tax Act the first Pure Food and Drug Act 9 When a person tests negative for a drug even though that drug is present in the body it is termed negative outlier false negative false positive inaccurate 10 Drugs taken to alleviate discomfort may provide positive reinforcement negative reinforcement
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primary reinforcement secondary reinforcement 11 What type of tocicity refers to a drug's interference of one's ability to function? acute chronic physiological behavioral 12 English settlers grew hemp to make cloth rope linen all of the above 13 The Office of National Drug Control Policy places the Health and Social cost of drug use at ____________ annually. $120 billion $140 billion $160 billion $180 billion 14 Stimuli or events that increase the likelihood of a particular behavior are called primary stimuli reinforcers secondary stimuli tertiary stimuli 15 Which type of toxicity alludes to the danger from a single experimentation with the drug? chronic acute physiological intensified 16
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The drug involved with the most violent incidents is heroin amphetamines alcohol LSD 17 Which psychoactive plant was prescribed by the Chinese for gout, malaria, gas pains, absent- mindedness, and rheumatism?
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