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71. Drugs that produce a biological or psychological dependence in

Question : 71. Drugs that produce a biological or psychological dependence in : 1997994

71. Drugs that produce a biological or psychological dependence in users, leading to increasingly powerful cravings for them, are known as

a)illegal drugs.

b)recreational use.

c)addictive drugs.

d)prescription drugs.

72. What percentage of college students report having an alcoholic drink in the past 30 days?

a)50%

b)75%

c)25%

d)90%

73. What percentage of high school seniors report having consumed alcohol by the end of high school?

a)75%

b)52%

c)48%

d)37%

74. For men, binge drinking is a problem and is defined as

a)10 or more drinks in one sitting.

b)5 or more drinks in one sitting.

c)4 or more drinks in one sitting.

d)3 or more drinks in one sitting.

75. For women, binge drinking is a problem and is defined as

a)10 or more drinks in one sitting.

b)5 or more drinks in one sitting.

c)4 or more drinks in one sitting.

d)3 or more drinks in one sitting.

76. Why is binge drinking more problematic for women than men?

a)It leads to women eating less and becoming malnourished.

b)It leads to more urination and bladder control problems in women.

c)When intoxicated, women are more likely to become the victims of violent crimes than men.

d)Women tend to weigh less than men, so their bodies cannot absorb alcohol as efficiently as men and they become drunk more quickly than men.

77. When a student notices conspicuous examples of drunkenness around campus, which causes him/her to assume that everybody is drinking heavily, and therefore, begins to engage in binge drinking, it is known as

a)alcoholism.

b)false consensus effect.

c)competition drinking.

d)addiction.

78. A person with alcohol problems who has learned to depend on alcohol and is unable to control his/her drinking is a(n)

a)addict.

b)enabler.

c)dependent.

d)alcoholic.

79. Approximately how many cigarettes does an adolescent have to smoke to increase his/her chance of becoming an addicted and habitual smoker for life?

a)25 or about 1 pack

b)50 or about 2 packs

c)10 cigarettes

d)about a carton of cigarettes

80. All of the following are reasons why adolescents become addicted to smoking EXCEPT

a)it is seen as an adolescent rite of passage, and adolescents observe their parents smoking.

b)it is glamorized by figures in popular culture such as actors in films for adolescents.

c)the nicotine in cigarettes is highly addictive.

d)adolescents think that smoking cigarettes is safer than using illicit drugs.

81. According to the World Health Organization, how many of the world’s people will die prematurely in the 21st century due to the effects of smoking?

a)one billion

b)100 million

c)50 million

d)10 million

82. Which of the following STIs can be fatal?

a)AIDS and chlamydia

b)AIDS and genital herpes

c)AIDS and human papilloma virus

d)AIDS and gonorrhea

83. Sexually transmitted infection(s) (STI) include all of the following EXCEPT

a)acquired immunodeficiency syndrome (AIDS).

b)human papilloma virus (HPV).

c)gonorrhea and syphilis.

d)yeast infections.

84. Which of the following STIs were recorded by ancient historians?

a)AIDS

b)gonorrhea and syphilis

c)trichomoniasis

d)genital herpes

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