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EAP or Employee Assistance Program was designed to remove individuals who posed a threat to the stability of a company because of their addictions

False

The common effects of hallucinogens are: increased alertness, excitation, euphoria, increased pulse rate, increased blood pressure, insomnia, and loss of appetite

False

Pregnant women are more likely to use drugs than similar-age women who are not pregnant

False

Whenever drug use leads to abuse, it rarely results from a single, isolated cause

True

Employees who engage in drug use are more likely to be absent from their job

True

It costs U.S. taxpayers $17 to $1500 to keep one person incarcerated, while methadone, outpatient programs cost as little as $8 to $12 per person

True

The drug subcultures, the term insiders refers to people on the inside, those who either approve and/or use drugs

True

Part-time employees are much more likely to use alcohol and marijuana than full-time workers

False

The main stages of drug independence include relief, dependency, and addiction

False

Cigarettes are more widely used than alcohol in both lifetime use and past month use

False

It is preferable to use the term addiction instead of drug dependence because the terms more accurately describes the type of attachment to a drug

False

Unmarried workers are less likely than married workers to engage in illicit drug use

False

People 35 years and older are more likely to take pills, whereas younger people prefer alcohol and other licit and illicit types of drugs

True

Holistic self-awareness approach emphasizes a healthy balance among mind, body, and spirit

True

Advertising over-the-counter drugs relays the message that if you are experiencing some symptoms taking drugs is an acceptable opinion

False

The four principal factors affecting how a drug user experiences a drug include pharmacological, cultural, social, and contextual factors

True

The use of illicit drugs causes far more deaths, sickness, violent crimes, economic loss, and other social problems than the use of licit drugs combined

False

Taking drugs without a prescription to treat a health problem or illness, such as the use of amphetamines by truckers, is termed illegal recreational use

False

Most youths cease their drug use when they begin working

False

Panpathogen refers to the widespread use of a drug

False

Within the past month, approximately 65% of full-time workers reported alcohol use

True

Marijuana is the most widely used illicit drug in the United States

True

Floaters are characterized as a type of drug user that vacillate between abusing over-the-counter drugs to abusing illicit types of drugs

False

Over 80% of state and federal prison inmates reported being under the influence of drugs at the time of their offense in 2004

False

MDMA is a designer drug known to have both stimulant and hallucinogenic properties

True

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