Study Guide1 - KINE 305 Study Guide#1 Chapter 1 1 The idea...

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KINE 305 Study Guide #1 Chapter 1 1. The idea that drug consumption is found across all income, social classes, genders, races, ethnicities, lifestyles and age groups refers to drugs as ______. 2. Differences of opinion and views of drugs and drug use often result from prior socialization experiences, exposure to drug use and users, age of initial exposure to drug use, and whether an attitude change had occurred with regard to the acceptance or rejection of using drugs . 3. The belief that attitudes about drug use develop from the values and attitudes of other drug users, the norms in the community, subcultures, peer groups, families and personal experience is known as influencing factors . 4. Substances that affect the central nervous system and alter consciousness and or perception are pharmacologically known as psychoactive drugs . 5. Drugs that are said to initiate one into a drug culture and lead to the use of other, “harder”, drugs are often referred to as gateway drugs . 6. Hallucinogens often affect the sense(s) involved with taste, smell, hearing, and vision . 7. Erich Goode believes that the use of licit drugs such as alcohol, tobacco, and caffeine to achieve a certain mental or psychic state refers to the use of drugs as legal recreational use . 8. An estimated 70% of all psychoactive prescription drugs used by people under 30 are obtained without the user having a prescription. 9. Drug users vary from one another in the following respects except for ______ . 10. Compulsive users are known to view their drug use as necessary in order to have fun and they often use drugs in order to escape and or postpone personal problems, and relieve stress and anxieties. 11. Floaters/Chippers generally focus on using others people’s drug supplies without maintaining a supply of their own and often vacillate between the characteristics of chronic types of drug users and experimenter types. 12. From a social science perspective, the principal factor in determining the presence of an individual’s drug abuse is motive . 13. Drug abuse is characterized by: (a) a constant preoccupation with drugs and its availability, (b) maintaining a steady of drugs, (c) refusal to admit excessive use, and (d) reliance on the drugs.
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14. The phase of addiction most synonymous with addiction, where more of the drug is sought despite the presence of negative physical symptoms is dependency . 15. Which of the two popular views best reflects the long established relationship between drug use and crime? 16. In which of the following occupation(s) did men have the highest, reported, rate of illicit drug abuse? Entertainers, food preparation & service, cleaning services, and construction 17. The most significant predictor of marijuana and cocaine use is/are ______. 18. Drug abuse is influenced by multiple factors that could include one or more of the following: 19. Drug abuse is a problem that dates from 2240 BC .
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