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alcohol is a depressant drug that affects our ________ by inhibiting the functioning of the higher ________ centers
ethanol alcohol is broken in the liver by the enzymes alcohol dehydrogenase into a molecule called ___________
Disulfiram (antabuse) treatment is what kind of therapy? (it can be very useful)
an aversion therapy
the drug enforcement administration defines drug addiction as _______ _____- _______ _______where acquiring and using a drug becomes the most important activity in the user's life.
compulsive drug-seeking behavior
cocaine addiction is difficult to treat because use of the drug is so rewarding; the rewards are:
it quickly, powerfully and most importantly, directly affects the brain's pleasure receptors.
______________ or "speed" is the most dangerous of all illegal drugs in terms of its psycho-pharmacological association with violence.
we find that several million crimes could be averted if current __________ __________ were suspended and all at-risk arrestees were tested.
_______ communities are total treatment environments isolated from the rest of society, as far as is practical.
therapeutic communities are considered to be the most successful of drug rehabilitation programs (true or false)
the common assertion that "there is nothing sexual about rape" may not be politically correct, but it ignores the fact that if intercourse were accomplished, the _________ component of the act is the only one of which we can be sure.
the clinical perspective is .......
the perspective of those engaged in the assessment and treatment of rapiest.
Lee Ellis supplies evidence to support his belief that rape is _________ __________ and that agressiveness and dominating behavior exhibited by rapist reflect tactics rather than ________.
sexually motivated, goals