P exam2 - NOTE: Thirty questions contained in this Practice...

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NOTE: Thirty questions contained in this Practice Test will appear on the Part 2 Test. You should print a copy of this Practice Test and answer all of the questions before you open the Part 2 Test. Preview Assessment Part 2 Test, Summer (Chapters 5 - 7), 97 total questions Name: Part 2 Test, Summer (Chapters 5 - 7) Instructions (as they will appear on the actual test) : 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 Currently, approximately what percentage of men smoke? 16 26 36 46 2 Epinephrine, dopamine, and norepinephrine are all examples of hormonal modulators catecholamines neurotransmitters found only in the autonomic nervous system neurotransmitters not secreted into the synapse 3 Nicotine _________ cognitive performance decreases has no effect on increases impairs 4 The alcohol content of wine generally ranges from 2-4% 3-5% 6-8% 8-14% 5 Which of the following neurotransmitters acts as an excitatory transmitter in the skeletal muscles but functions as an inhibitory transmitter in the heart muscle? norepinephrine epinephrine acetylcholine serotonin
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6 During which trimester is the fetus most susceptible to the detrimental effects of alcohol on its development? first second third risk is equal during all stages of development 7 Epinephrine is also known as acetyl salicylic acid acetaminophen adrenaline noradrenalin 8 Memory, attention, and reasoning ability decline _____ after the last cigarette. 1 hour 2 hours 3 hours 4 hours 9 When a drinker encounters interpersonal, financial or social problems from drinking they are said to be a heavy drinker an alcoholic a problem drinker none of the above 10 The part of the brain distinguishing humans from other mammals is the brainstem cerebellum cerebral cortex medulla 11 When alcohol affects the cerebrum which of the following is affected? motor coordination vital functions digestion reasoning 12 Cancer and alcohol may be related to
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alcohol content in beverages the brewing or distillation method the congeners in the beverage the pattern of drinking 13 Nonadrenaline is also called epinephrine serotonin norepinephrine dopamine 14 Which of the following neurotransmitters plays a role in regulating sensory perception, eating, pain, sleep, and body temperature? acetylcholine epinephrine norepinephrine serotonin 15 The Temperance Movement remained strong until the Civil War the Spanish-American War World War II the Great Depression 16 During the expansion westward tobacco was consumed mainly in what form? cigarettes pipes cigars chewing tobacco 17 The alcohol content of beer is generally 2% 3% 5% 10% 18 When a user feels the desired effects from lesser amounts of the drug it is referred to as what type of tolerance pharmacological behavioral
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reverse cross 19 The purpose of the Temperance Movement was to ban alcohol modify alcohol use destroy distilleries promote legislation outlawing saloons 20 The process involving boiling a solution containing alcohol, collecting the vapor and turning
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