Test Bank For Drugs in Perspective Causes Assessment Family Prevention Intervention And Treatment 9th Edition By Richard Fields

Test Bank For Drugs in Perspective Causes Assessment Family Prevention Intervention And Treatment 9th Edition By Richard Fields

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Test Bank For Drugs in Perspective Causes Assessment Family Prevention Intervention And Treatment 9th Edition

ISBN-13: 978-0078028656, ISBN-10: 0078028655

Chapter 01 Putting Drugs in Perspective Answer Key

Multiple Choice Questions

1.
(p. 5)
Which of the following is true of alcohol?

A. It is a central nervous system stimulant.

 

B. It is not a drug.

 

C. It is the least commonly used drug.

 

D. It is often overlooked for not being included in the war on drugs.

 

E. None of the options are correct.

 

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Topic: The Lack of Understanding of Alcohol/Drug Abuse

 

2.
(p. 6)
The Harvard School of Public Health found that:

A. over 75% of college students binge drink.

 

B. 55-65% of college students binge drink.

 

C. 40-45% of college students binge drink.

 

D. 80% of men and 35% of women college students binge drink.

 

E. none of these are correct.

 

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Topic: Alcohol-Related Problems: “Binge Drinking” on College Campuses

 

3.
(p. 4)
Identify a true statement about the war on drugs.

A. It was first initiated by Ronald Reagan.

 

B. Nixon was extremely successful in fighting the war on drugs.

 

C. All administrations focused on the demand-side approach to stop drug abuse.

 

D. Drug-specific approaches led to increased drug use by young people.

 

E. Most administrations aimed to fight alcoholism as a part of the war on drugs.

 

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Topic: The Lack of Understanding of Alcohol/Drug Abuse

 

4.
(p. 9)
Which of the following is true of fatalities arising from drinking and driving among young drivers?

A. They have nothing to do with the experience level of a driver.

 

B. They are unaffected by the presence of other teenagers in the car.

 

C. They are influenced by the overconfidence of a young driver.

 

D. They are the lowest when the drivers are young.

 

E. All of the options are correct.

 

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Topic: Alcohol-Related Problems: “Binge Drinking” on College Campuses

 

5.
(p. 6)
Potential consequences of college student drinking include:

A. property damage.

 

B. suicide.

 

C. improved social interactions.

 

D. hate-related violence.

 

E. all but option “improved social interactions.”

 

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Topic: Alcohol-Related Problems: “Binge Drinking” on College Campuses
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