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  1. decrease in heart rate
  2. 5 yrs in prison and a $250,000 fine
  3. A. employment and support
    B. legal status
    C. medical status
    >D. ALL OF THE ABOVE
  4. serotonin
  5. 2
  6. placing tobacco between the gums and cheek
  7. gateway
  8. readily evaporated at room temperature
  9. chiropractors
  10. methadone
  11. true
  12. A, smuggled from abroad
    B. produced in the U.S. legally and then diverted to illegal channels
    C. produced illegally in the U.S. in hidden (clandestine) laboratories
    >D. ALL OF THE ABOVE
  13. True
  14. decongestant
  15. crossover of the senses
  16. intended to treat self-limiting diseases
  17. they cause vasoconstriction
  18. >A. LARGE DOSES OF LSD ARE REQUIRED TO HAVE AN EFFECT
    B. LSD is sometimes administered by squares of blotter paper
    C. LSD administration activates the sympathetic nervous system
    D. LSD is usually taken by mouth
  19. Laws requiring pharmacists to give patients necessary information
  20. stimulants
  21. structural
  22. True
  23. 25%
  24. pupil dilation
  25. 18 billion
  26. Cannabis Sativa
  27. Intravenous administration
  28. 1%
  29. decreased sympathetic activity
  30. Alcohol
  31. Subutex and Suboxone
  32. True
  33. current drug use
  34. methamphetamine and amphetamine are actually the same drug
  35. A. structural factors
    B. social and interactional factors
    C. attitudinal factors
    D. ALL OF THE ABOVE
  36. medical
  37. freon
  38. True
  39. True
  40. 10-12
  41. 6-12 months
  42. A. general anesthesia
    B. generalized numbness at low doses
    C. REDUCED ACTIVITY OF THE SYMPATHETIC NERVOUS SYSTEM
    D. delirium and psychotic behavior
  43. LSD
  44. THC
  45. Nitrates cause vasoconstriction and therefore cause angina
  46. MDMA
  47. A. Be involved in criminal activity
    B. be associated with a dysfunctional family
    C. have begun using out of curiosity or peer pressure
    >D. ALL OF THE ABOVE
  48. 1
  49. caffeine
  50. comorbidity
  51. improving learning abilities even as an alert person
  52. narcotic
  53. True
  54. classification of active ingredients (i.e. category 1,2,3)
  55. outsider
  56. mescaline
  57. A. sympathomimetics
    B. analgesics
    C. antihistamines
    >D. ALL OF THE ABOVE
  58. A. tablets
    B. capsules
    C. blotter paper
    >D. ALL OF THE FORMS CAN BE PURCHASED
  59. Treatment of nasal congestion
  60. A. expectations of the user
    B. social setting
    C. route of administration
    >D. ALL OF THE ABOVE
  61. True
  62. overestimated
  63. significantly declined
  64. ALL THE ABOVE
    A. the president of the united states
    B. the pope
    c. world royalty
  65. True
  66. True
  67. acts of sexual excitement and violence
  68. True
  69. contains 250 toxic chemicals
  70. suppress appetite
  71. True
  72. 50%
  73. low self-esteem
  74. True
  75. ALL THE ABOVE
    A. headaches
    B. decreased alertness
    C. nervousness
  76. nitrous oxide
  77. Mayans
  78. maturing out
  79. setting
  80. sinsemilla
  81. pressure for winning
  82. the sanity trip
  83. >A. THESE DRUGS TEND TO STIMULATE SALIVATION
    B. In ancient societies these drugs were used as poisons for assassinations
    C. these drugs are found in many plants that belong to the potato family
    D. they work by blocking the activity of the acetycholine receptor
  84. diuretics and vasodilators
  85. MDA
  86. Hashish
  87. nitrous oxide
  88. True
  89. flashback
  90. A . Nausea
    B. slurred speech
    C. Nose bleeds
    >D. ALL OF THE ABOVE
  91. A. psychopathology
    B. a woman's role as a mother
    C. the need for parental education
    >D. ALL THE ABOVE
  92. 6-7%
  93. extremely diligent and hard working
  94. drug with stimulant and hallucinogenic effects
  95. True
  96. ketamine
  97. True
  98. A. Women believe is a status symbol
    B. Women believe it helps reduce weight
    C. Women believe it helps reduce stress
    >D. BOTH B &C
  99. there are both male and female plants
  100. True
  101. the woody fibers of the stem that can be used to produce cloth or rope
  102. BOTH A & B
    A. A desirable substance
    B. A big cash crop
  103. illegal methamphetamine
  104. >A. THERE ARE SPECIFIC ANTAGONISTS AVAILABLE TO TREAT ACUTE OVERDOSES OF PCP
    b. long term use can cause vague cravings after cessation of PCP uses
    c. valium is often used to sedate the agitation caused by PCP
    d. diagnosis of a PCP toxicity is frequently missed because the symptoms closely resemble an acute schizophrenic episode
  105. hyperactive
  106. True
  107. Its most pronounced effects are on the dopamine system
  108. buprenorphine and naloxone
  109. lungs
  110. Rodrig de Jerez
  111. therapeutic communities
  112. True
  113. True
  114. 18-25
  115. True
  116. 54%; one
  117. analogs
  118. True
  119. amyl nitrate
  120. True
  121. tired
  122. is not addictive
  123. disulfiram
  124. True
  125. True
  126. A. loss of control
    B. heightened exaggerated senses
    C. self-reflection
    >D. ALL THE ABOVE
  127. they block gastric secretions
  128. True
  129. True
  130. not use drugs
  131. 1950's
  132. A. can be a medical necessity
    B. is a precursor to treatment
    C. does not typically produce lasting behavioral changes
    >D. ALL OF THE ABOVE
  133. saliva
  134. 50%
  135. A. steroids
    B. cocaine
    C. amphetamines
    >D. ALL OF THESE CAN CAUSE HALLUCINATIONS
  136. True
  137. True
  138. white males
  139. 650
  140. 14-20
  141. True
  142. 15%
  143. True
  144. They cause release of the neurotransmitters dopamine, norepinephrine, and serotonin in the brain
  145. dried mushrooms
  146. Closed meetings
  147. gave the FDA the ability to regulate marketing and promotion of tobacco products
  148. medicinal value