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Review Test Submission: Final Exam (Ch 1- 3_5-15)   User Tara Lynne Chase Course PSYCH-432 (1181-9243) PSYCHOPHYSIOLOGY DRUGS AND BEH (Spring 2018 S16) 001 Test Final Exam (Ch 1-3_5-15) Started 4/30/18 11:23 AM Submitted 4/30/18 2:21 PM Status Completed Attempt Score 67 out of 0 points Time Elapsed 2 hours, 58 minutes out of 3 hours Results Displayed All Answers, Submitted Answers, Correct Answers Question 1 1 out of 1 points To study the role of the endogenous cannabinoids, scientists have used mice genetically engineered to _______ and _______. Selected Answer: D. lack CB 1 and CB 2 receptors; drugs that block CB 1 receptors Answers: A. overexpress these compounds; drugs that enhance synthesis of these compounds B. lack these compounds; drugs that block CB 1 receptors C. overexpress CB 1 receptors; drugs that prevent metabolism of these compounds D. lack CB 1 and CB 2 receptors; drugs that block CB 1 receptors Question 2 1 out of 1 points Which of the following drugs would be considered a partial agonist? Selected Answer: C. Pentazocine Answers: A. Hydromorpho ne B. Codeine C.
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Pentazocine D. Methadone Question 3 1 out of 1 points Which of the following most accurately describes the process involved in protein synthesis? Selected Answer: D. Transcription factors activate promoter region → transcription by mRNA → translation by ribosomes Answers: A. Transcription by mRNA → transcription factors activate promoter region → translation by ribosomes B. Transcription factors activate promoter region → translation by ribosomes → transcription by mRNA C. Translation by ribosomes → transcription factors activate promoter region → transcription by mRNA D. Transcription factors activate promoter region → transcription by mRNA → translation by ribosomes Question 4 0 out of 1 points Which of the following is not a reason why methadone is an effective treatment for opiate drug abuse? Selected Answer: A. It is cross-tolerant with abused opiates, so it can reduce the effects of morphine and heroin with repeated use. Answers: A. It is cross-tolerant with abused opiates, so it can reduce the effects of morphine and heroin with repeated use. B. It is a long-lasting drug, producing stable blood levels across the day. C. It has no reinforcing effect, even if administered intravenously. D. It produces no euphoria or craving when administered orally in clinics.
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Question 5 0 out of 1 points The function of the axon is to transmit the _______, generated at the _______, to the terminals. Selected Answer: D. synaptic vesicles; axon hillock Answers: A. action potential; axon hillock B. action potential; dendrites C. axoplasm; soma D. synaptic vesicles; axon hillock Question 6 0 out of 1 points The classic GABA A agonist _______ and the noncompetitive GABA A antagonist _______ both come from plants.
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