HLTH_321_Sample_Quiz_Chapter_12 - HLTH 321 Sample Quiz over...

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HLTH 321 Sample Quiz over Chapter 12 1. _______ Which of the following are reasons for drug use: A. Experimental or social use; B. Temporary departure from natural non-drug state; C. Misguided attempt to self-medicate; D. Cope with personal problems; E. Drug dependent; F. All of these are reasons 2. _______ Which of the following costs citizens the most money each year in terms of hospitalization, morbidity, mortality, etc: A. alcohol; B. tobacco; C. illicit drugs; D. over the counter drugs 3. _______ Which of the following are concomitant side effects associated with drug use: 4. _______ Which statement is TRUE: A. marijuana use with high school seniors is down slightly from 2005; B. illicit drug use is down slightly from 2005; C. overall drug use is up from 15 years ago; D. all are true; E. only A and B are true 5. _______ A substance, other than food or vitamins that, when taken in small quantities, alters one’s physical, mental, or emotional state defines: A. illicit drug; B. amphetamine; C. sedative; D. drug; E. medicine 6. _______ Drugs that alter sensory perceptions, mood, thought processes, or behavior are: 7. _______ Inappropriate use of prescription or nonprescription drugs defines: use; 8. _______ When one believes that a particular drug is necessary for normal functioning one is said to be: A. drug dependent; B. tolerant; C. overdosed; D. associated with drugs; E. none of these 9. _______ Protective risk factors are: A. those that increase the probability of drug use; B. those that decrease the probability of drug use; C. those that include tertiary prevention;
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