HS 199 Introduction to Addictive Behavior

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					                         HS 199 Introduction to Addictive Behavior
                                      Final Evaluation
                                       Fall Term 2007
                                         Mark Harris
Instructions: Fill out the test IN INK!!!
Put your name and L# in first.
Due in 1 week by close of business December 6th

Name:                 Student L#:
2 pts each

1. Name Three Views of Addictive Behaviors to Watch Out For:

A. Gross National Product, Business As Usual, Caveat Emptor
B. Sin, Disease, Maladaptive Behavior
C. Ingestive, Process, Poly-Addiction
D. All of the Above

2. Name Three Types of Addictions
A. Greed, Speed, Weed & Seed
B. Sin, Disease, Maladaptive Behavior
C. Ingestive, Process, Poly-Addiction
D. All of the Above

3. When addiction is a maladaptive behavior:

A. It is a learned behavior: educate the addict.
B. The addict improperly learned healthy behaviors
C. Clients must relapse to learn
D. Relapse is a behavioral disorder born of destructive learning conditions.

4. Which one is not a major concept in the Disease Model
A. Primary Disease
B. Loss of Control
C. Addict is irresponsibly willfully misbehaving
D. The influence of Genetics

5. Genetic Predisposition to addiction is only proven with which substance?
A. Cocaine
B. Heroin
C. Marijuana
D. Alcohol
6. What you inherit with Genetic Predisposition is:
A. THIQ susceptibility
B. Higher Tolerance for Alcohol.
C. Vulnerability to forces of the mind which produce either change or homeostasis.
D. A tendency towards mental illness.

7. A Drug is a

A. Substance that changes the functioning of living tissue
B. Commodity that generates profit
C. Medicine that heals with no side effects
D. Substance that started out as a harmless natural plant

8. Which of the following are NOT process addictions:

A. Sex, Gambling, Relationships
B. Bulimia, Overeating, Anorexia
C. Television, Workaholism, Exercise
D. Religion, Accumulation

9. Poly-addiction and Cross Addiction refer to

A. People who are addicted to plastic items especially crosses
B. People who are addicted to parrots and Christian devotion
C. Many types of addiction and the fact that addictions may overlap.
D. A lot of interacting reinforcing addictions

10. Circle the one that is not one of the three factors in addiction:
A. Corporate responsibility.
B. Genetic predisposition
C. Behavioral \ environmental Factors
D. Addictive potential of substance.

11. A person in a primary relationship with an active addict is referred to as

A. Gullible
B. A Co-dependent
C. Co-active addict
D. Lost Hero

12. Name four elements of money health

A. If you Dance to the Music, You got to Pay the Piper
B. Spend Less than you make, Pay Yourself first, Invest what you save, Plan
C. Shop till you drop, spend to the max, Live Richly, Plan poorly
D. Spend what you make, Pay your bills first, Invest with the best, Scam
13. What are four types of money related addictive behaviors.

A. Alcohol Banking, Cocainic Investing, Heroin Hoarding, Methamphamine Tweaking
B. Budgeting, Saving, Investing, Winning
C. Chronic Debting, Overspending, Gambling, Chasing the Next Big Deal
D. Big Deal, Wheel & Deal, Peal & Squeal

14. What is the “safe” dosage for alcohol ?
A. 2.0
B. 0.20
C. .02
D. There is no safe dose

15. The purpose of an addiction is:

A. To keep a healthy economy and insure a controlled and consuming population.
B. To make more Addictions.
C. To obscure a positive or negative internal process.
D. Not clear to someone in denial.

16. Addictions can be broadly broken into two categories:

A. Eating and Sleeping
B. Process and Ingestive
C. Gluttony and Sloth
D. Sloths and Lemurs

17. Binge drinking of alcohol is defined as:
A. Drinking way too much
B. Drinking way too much and not waiting to sober up
C. Forty Five Ounces
D. Four Doses for Women, Five Doses for Men

18. Physiologically binge drinking sets up
A. Excellent revenue streams for the tobaccohol companies
B. A rapid tolerance and withdrawal and eventually addiction syndrome
C. Binge drinking doesn’t exist
D. Binge drinking is not a major problem

19. Which is not a quality found in an Addictive System:

A. The ability to tell the whole truth and determine what is real.
B. Denial
C. Co-dependency
D. Poly Addiction
20. Of the following the only substances without addictive potential:

A. Marijuana & Tobacco
B. Alcohol
C. Salt, Sugar, Caffeine, Theobromine, Theophylline
D. Coca, Kola, Betel, Opium
E. Water, Oxygen

21. The neurotransmitter that LSD and Prozac act on

A. Serotonin
B. Faiella-Bionin
C. Dopamine
D. Norepinephrine

22. A Neurotransmitter is:

A. A Borg Device which connects an individual drone to the Borg collective.
B. A chemical signature found in plants.
C. Chemicals used by specifically by nerve cells to communicate with other nerve cells.
D. Digital cellular phone nerve implants

23. Marijuana contains which chemical which resembles which neurotransmitter?

A. TCB and 2,3,4 Triptamine
B. THC and Anandamide
C. DDT and Birdamine
D. Dopamine and Acetylaldehyde

24. Name Three Types of Process Addictions


25 Nicotine most resembles which neurotransmitter:

A. Acetylcholine
B. Cholinesterase
C. Acetylaldehyde tartrate
D. Lemonandlimeade
26. Which of the following behaviors constitutes Drug Addiction?

A. Injectable Drug Use
B. Smoking Injectable Drugs
C. Grinding up prescription drugs and snorting or smoking them.
D. Using someone else’s prescription drugs
E. All of the Above

27. Which of the following behaviors constitutes Drug Abuse?
A. Binge Drinking
B. Inability to Stop
C. Negatively affecting at least ______ Life Areas
D. Using Greater and Greater amounts
E. All of the Above

28. By Definition what constitutes Chemical Dependency or Drug Addiction?

A. Tolerance &: W
B. Continued ____in spite of __________ _____________
C. Impairment in at least ______ Life Areas

29. Fill Out the Acronym
 M                    O               N                     E                      Y

30. Complete the Formula of Either: S        S       R          I           or Delta Nine
T                    H                       C

31. Name four classic roles that Children of Alcoholics enact to adapt to family stress.


32. Name the Four Ways of the Four-Fold Way
33. Name the Shadow / Addictions of the Four-Fold Way

34. What type of addiction is Internet Addiction name three sharacteristics of it?

A. Suggestive Addiction. Loss of Control, Loss of Income, Loss of Phone.
B. Seductive Addiction. Loss of Boundaries, Loss of Moral Compass, Loss of Spouse.
C. Process Addiction, Loss of Control, Loss of Boundaries, Compulsive Use
D. Consumptive Entertainment Syndrome

35. Cross out the 4 elements that do NOT make a resilient person:
Greed, Individualism, Acquisition, Autonomy, Social Competence, Sense of Purpose and
Future, Problem Solving Skills, The Ability to Lie Convincingly.

36. Contemporary Treatment:

A. Is a scam perpetuated by HMO's, PPO’s and other healthcare for profits.
B. Depends on Abstinence on the part of the client.
C. Is largely irrational because it depends on faith.
D. Doesn't really work.

37, While there are many recovery frameworks with different cultural worldviews they
all share which characteristics.

A. Abstinence from certain addictive drugs
B. A spiritual religious or cultural pattern for personal development.
C. A rejection of America and all it stands for.
D. All of the Above
E. A & B Primarily

38. Dual Diagnosis is:
A. Being Brilliant and Crazy
B. Having lots of talent and a tortured soul
C. A brain disease and an addiction
D. Having a diagnosed mental illness and a co-existing substance abuse addiction.

39. If one is Dually Diagnosed it is best from a medical point of view to:
A. Abstain from street drugs and alcohol.
B. Stick to your prescribed medications.
C. Eat a healthy vegetarian diet to lower your aggression and anxiety.
D. All of the above
E. Primarily A & B
40. Methamphetamine, Speed, Mescaline, Peyote, Ecstacy, all resemble which
A. 2,4, T
B. Adrenaline
C. Norepinephrine

41. Women in labor, "running junkies", and opiate addicts all come under the influence
of this neurohormone:

A. Betaphenylethylamine
B. Beta-endorphine
C. Bettiandveronica
D. 2-Alpha Glutamate

42. . Name three types of Drug Tolerance:

A. Systolic, Diastolic, Hematonic
B. Cross, Criss, Reverse
C. Metabolic, Behavioral, Tissue
D. Additive, Multiplicative, Subtractive

43. Within the same drug class different drugs create what kind of tolerance:

A. Cross
B. Co-tolerance
C. Withdrawal
D. Craving

44. This type of tolerance occurs with liver damage:

A. Cross
B. Reverse
C. Co-tolerance
D. Tissue

45. Rather than physical withdrawal, not using cocaine produces what in the brain:

A. Dopamine overload
B. Cravings
C. Norepinephrine accretion
D. Nutritive action

46. True or False: Drinking Coffee Sobers you up.
47. Question 46 is an example of what type of drug interaction (in the handout)
A. Additive
B. Agonist
C. Co-existent
D. Potentiating

48. Taking Valium and Alcohol or Alcohol and Heroin, or Valium, Alcohol, and Heroin
together is an example of what kind of drug interaction:

A. Ill advised
B. Potentiating
C. Antagonizing
D. Additive

49. What recovery program enjoys the most name recognition in the U.S.?

A. Rational Recovery
B. The Twelve Steps of Alcoholics Anonymous
C. The Sixteen Steps of Discovery and Empowerment
D. Seven Steps to Heaven

50. Long term Recovery is a state in which?

A. One simply lives well and in balance.
B. Is impossible to achieve in our addiction ridden society.
C. Often occurs after 10 years of abstinence and penance.
D. One simply has no addiction to work on.

51. Name two additional culturally specific views of addiction:

   A. Addiction as Ko__________________i Life out of Balance (Native American –
   B. Addiction is S________________y Life in need of Liberation (African-

52. How and in what ways has this class been useful for you?

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