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Quiz 3, Form A 1. According to the 2011 National Survey on Drug Use and Health, 133 million Americans _____ and more than 68 million Americans _____. Drank alcohol; used tobacco 2. Through classical conditioning, environmental stimuli associated with _____ can cause relapse via _____. Withdrawal states; conditioned withdrawal and craving 3. The concept of incentive-sensitization distinguishes between _____ and ______. Drug liking; drug wanting 4. According to the impaired inhibition and salience attribution model of addiction, the _____ functions of the _____ prefrontal cortex take over during periods of intoxication and bingeing, giving the “go” signal to the addict. Hot; Ventral 5. The first alcoholic beverage was Mead 6. Limited alcohol consumption (less than three drinks per day) may improve cognitive function by Increasing blood flow, and thus oxygen, to the brain 7. Alcohol increases synaptic levels of dopamine in the nucleus accumbens by Increasing the firing rate of cells in the VTA 8. Disulfiram makes consumption of alcohol unpleasant because it Blocks the conversion of acetaldehyde to acetic acid 9. All of the following are effects of the class of drugs called narcotic analegesics except for Unconsciousness 10. The opiod propeptides Are processed by proteases into both opiate and non-opiod peptides 11. Both “early” and “late” pain activate the Secondary somatosensory cortex (p. 319 - Figure 11.13)
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12. Which of the following is not a reason why methadone is an effective treatment for opiate drug
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  • Fall '17
  • Classical Conditioning, cocaine, Benzodiazepine, nucleus accumbens, opiate receptors, Limited alcohol consumption

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