Flashcards in 3 Deck (131)
What involves using a drug to the point that out affects ones family social relationships and work?
What neuro transmitter does cocaine effect?
The dopamine transmitter
What has the greatest affect on sobering someone up?
The passage of time
What drug increases the activity of the central nervous system
What drug is not known to directly stimulate the brains reward center?
What is an accurate statement about the effects of marijuana?
It causes lower sperm count in some men
What substance is just as addicting as heroin ?
Asking people with alcoholism to imagine repulsive sciences while they are drinking is what form of therapy?
Genetic linkage studies have found an abnormal form of a gene for what type of neuro transmitter?
Behavioral self-control training (BSCT) is a form of what type of therapy?
Cognitive behavioral therapy
What is often mixed with heroin?
What theory explains how the sight sight of a hypodermic needle can Induce a high in one dependent on heroin ?
What treatment model advocated by Alcoholics Anonymous is an example of what type of model?
What are drugs that attach to endorphin receptor sites and make it impossible for opioids to have their usual effect?
Which method of ingesting a substance has the fastest effect on the brain?
What is methadone ?
Chronic and excessive use of alcohol or benzodiazepines key lower the brains production of what ?
What is the worlds most widely used stimulant?
Sometimes when two or more drugs are so similar in their actions on the brain on the and the body that as people build up a tolerance for one drug they are simultaneously developing a tolerance for the other. What is this effect known as?
What is the combined effect of different drugs multiplying or potentitiating each other's effects know as?
What is term is known as an addiction?
Regular use of opioids may reduce the brains production of what?
What has adversity therapy primarily been used to aid in?
Alcohol use and dependence
What is often given to people who are trying to stop consuming alcohol ?
What theorists believe people can control their drinking in moderation rather than strict abstinence?
When different drugs are in the body At the same time, the combined effect can be greater then each drug turn alone. What is this effect called?
Which category of drug is often given to patients in detoxification to reduce severe alcohol withdrawal reactions such as delirium tremors and seizures?
Anti aniexty meds
Which drug treatment approach makes incentives such as program privileges depends on the submission of drug-free urine samples ?
What is not a sociocultural explanation for the cause of substance use disorders?
Children whose needs are not met by parents grow up depending on others for comfort and this may develop into a relationship with substances