Alcoholism, Substance Abuse and Dependency
1)

Alcohol's effects vary from person to person, depending on a variety of factors, including:

 
How much and how often you drink Your age Your health status and Your family history All of these
 
2)

There are no FDA-approved medications to treat addiction to ayahuasca or other hallucinogens.

 
True False
 
3)

A powerfully addictive stimulant drug made from the leaves of the coca plant native to South America is:

 
Cocaine Mitragynine GHB LSD
 
4)

FDA approved behavioural therapies to treat cocaine are:

 
Cognitive-behavioral therapy(CBT) 12-Step facilitation therapy Both a and b None of these
 
5)

A depressant approved for use in the treatment of narcolepsy, a disorder that causes daytime "sleep attacks" is:

 
Cocaine Mitragynine GHB LSD
 
6)

Possible health problems due to the long term use of inhalants are:

 
Increased risk of pneumonia Liver and kidney damage Sudden sniffing death due to heart failure All of these
 
7)

An opioid drug made from morphine, a natural substance extracted from the seed pod of the Asian opium poppy plant:

 
Ketamine Heroin Morphine GHB
 
8)

Inhalants do not include:

 
Ether and chloroform Permanent markers and spray paint Hair or deodorant sprays Ketamine
 
9)

A dissociative drug used as an anesthetic in veterinary practice is:

 
Heroin Morphine Ketamine GHB
 
10)

Dissociative drugs are _______ that cause the user to feel detached from reality.

 
Anesthetic Hallucinogens Opioid drug None of these
 
11)

Kratom is a tropical deciduous tree (Mitragyna speciosa) native to Southeast Asia, with leaves that contain ______,a psychoactive (mind-altering) opioid.

 
Cathinone and Cathine Mitragynine GHB LSD
 
12)

Herbal Speedball, Biak-biak, Ketum, Kahuam, Ithang, Thom are the street names for:

 
Khat Ketamine Kratom None of these
 
13)

A hallucinogen manufactured from lysergic acid, which is found in ergot, a fungus that grows on rye and other grains.

 
LSD Heroin Morphine GHB
 
14)

3,4-methylenedioxy-methamphetamine is the scientific name for:

 
LSD MDMA MDPV GHB
 
15)

Tranquilizers and Depressants are :

 
Prescription Opioids Prescription Stimulants Prescription Sedatives None of these
 
16)

Man-made substances used to treat conditions caused by low levels of hormones in the body and abused to enhance athletic and sexual performance and physical appearance are:

 
Steroids Salvias PCP None of these
 
17)

A wide variety of herbal mixtures that is misleadingly called "synthetic marijuana" and marketed as a "natural,""safe," legal alternative to marijuana :

 
LSD Heroin Morphine Synthetic cannabinoid
 
18)

Some athletes and bodybuilders abuse ______ drugs to boost performance or improve their physical appearance.

 
LSD Heroin Anabolic steroids GHB
 
19)

‘Taking doses of steroids for a period of time, stopping for a time, and then restarting’,is known as:

 
Cycling Stacking Pyramiding All of these
 
20)

Several things affect how people react to anabolic steroid use including gender and age.True or False?

 
True False
 
21)

People who abuse steroids may experience withdrawal symptoms when they stop use, including:

 
Mood swings and restlessness Fatigue and loss of appetite Decreased sex drive All of these
 
22)

An arm of the United States Government that spends a large amount of resources providing information on substance abuse trends in society and shows the importance of maintaining knowledge of such trends is:

 
FDA SAMHSA NSDU None of these
 
23)

The illicit drug use estimate for 2015 continues to be driven primarily by _______ use, with 22.2 million users aged 12 or older.

 
Prescription pain relievers Heroin Marijuana Anabolic steroids
 
24)

For men, binge alcohol use is defined in NSDUH as drinking ________on the same occasion on at least 1 day in the past 30 days.

 
4 or more drinks 5 or more 10 or more None of these
 
25)

For NSDUH, people are defined as needing substance use treatment if:

 
They met the criteria for having(SUD)substance use disorder in the past year They received substance use treatment at a specialty facility in the past year Either a or b None of these
 
26)

The criteria for dependence or abuse for alcohol or illicit drugs is specified in :

 
DSM-IV NSDUH SAMHSA None of these
 
27)

An estimated 9.8 million adults in the nation had a serious mental illness(SMI)in the past year, representing ________ percent of all U.S. adults in 2015.

 
10 5 20 4
 
28)

Based on DSM-V criteria, if adults and youth had a period of 2 weeks or longer in the past 12 months when they experienced a depressed mood,then they are experiencing a:

 
Major depressive episode(MDE) Serious mental illness (SMI) Any mental illness(AMI) None of these
 
29)

NSDUH is an annual survey of the civilian,non institutionalized population of the United States aged12 years old or older.True or False?

 
True False
 
30)

NSDUH is conducted in _______ phases.

 
3 5 2 4
 
31)

NSDUH collects data using audio computer-assisted self-interviewing (ACASI).True or False?

 
True False
 
32)

Speciality treatment refers to substance use treatment at:

 
A hospital(only as an inpatient) A drug or alcohol rehabilitation facility (as an inpatient or outpatient) A mental health center. All of these
 
33)

The number of current misusers of pain relievers was second to marijuana among specific illicit drugs.True or False?

 
True False
 
34)

Which one of the Prescription drugs is misused less, according to a NSDUH report in 2015 :

 
Pain relievers Sedatives Tranquilizers Stimulants
 
35)

Heroin use is not as common as the use of other illicit drugs.True or False?

 
True False
 
36)

Current heroin users in 2015 corresponds to about --- percent of the population aged 12 or older.

 
22.2 50 0.1 33.3
 
37)

LSD, PCP, Peyote, Mescaline,psilocybin mushrooms, “Ecstasy, ketamine, DMT/AMT/“Foxy,” and Salvia divinorum are grouped under the category of:

 
Hallucinogens Inhalants Prescription pain relievers Stimulants
 
38)

Current use of inhalants in 2015 was more common among _________ age group than among people in other age groups.

 
Children below 12 years old Adults aged 26 or older Young adults aged 18 to 25 Adolescents aged 12 to 17
 
39)

Misuse of psychotherapeutics drugs is defined as:

 
Use without a prescription of one’s own Use in greater amounts than is prescribed Use longer than prescribed All of these
 
40)

“Psychotherapeutics” is the category name given to the prescription drugs:

 
Pain relievers Tranquilizers Stimulants and sedatives All of these
 
41)

________use continues to be the leading cause of preventable death in the United States.

 
Tobacco Pain relievers Inhalants None of these
 
42)

Among the 30.2 million daily smokers aged 12 or older in 2015, 12.4 million reported smoking _______cigarettes per day.

 
10 3 16 or more Less than 10
 
43)

Heavy alcohol use is defined as :

 
Drinking five or more drinkson the same occasion on at least 1 day in the past 30 days Binge drinking on 5 or more days in the past 30 days Drinking four or more drinks on the same occasion on at least 1 day in the past 30 days None of these
 
44)

Possession and consumption of alcoholic beverages is prohibited to individuals:

 
Younger than 21 Older than 80 Both a and b None of these
 
45)

About _______ of underage binge alcohol users were heavy drinkers.

 
Half One third One fourth None of these
 
46)

Smaller numbers of people in 2015 had disorders in the past year related to their use of___________.

 
Pain relievers Cocaine or heroin Alcohol Marijuana
 
47)

SUDs are higher related to the use of____________.

 
Pain relievers Cocaine or heroin Alcohol Marijuana
 
48)

Treatment or counseling received for illicit drug or alcohol use or for medical problems associated with the use ofillicit drugs or alcohol is called:

 
Mental health counseling Substance use treatment Major depressive episode(MDE) None of these
 
49)

Receipt of substance use treatment at a specialty facility is defined as:

 
Substance use treatment a respondent received at a hospital, or a drug or alcohol rehabilitation facility or a mental health center. A document related to the substance use treatment. Both a and b None of these
 
50)

Adults with any mental illness (AMI) were defined as having ________ that substantially interfered with or limited one or more major life activities.

 
Substance use disorder (SUD) Serious mental illness (SMI) Substance use treatment None of these
 
51)

Any mental illness(AMI)and Serious mental illness (SMI) are mutually exclusive categories.True/False?

 
True False
 
52)

The collection of data for making estimates of AMI and SMI began in:

 
2008 2017 2015 None of these
 
53)

Higher percentages of adults with AMI received mental health services in the years in:

 
2016 and 2017 2002 and 2008 2013 and 2014 None of these
 
54)

Co-occurring disorders is referred to as:

 
Existence of SUDs only Existence of AMI, SMI, and major depressive episode[MDE] only The coexistence of both a mental disorder and an SUD None of these
 
55)

Howard Kaplan (1980) tested and found _______ “explanatory perspectives” for the adoption of substance abuse among adolescence.

 
Two Five Four None of these
 
56)

Contributors to substance abuse include:

 
Self-devaluation and peer influence Poor social control and earlier substance abuse Both a and b None of these
 
57)

Patterns of substance abuse are different depending on factors such as:

 
Class structure and socialization Lifestyle and drug availability Both a and b None of these
 
58)

Genograms is an assessment tool to evaluate intergenerational patterns of behaviors and diseases. True or False?

 
True False
 
59)

Identifying substance abuse and dependence, if they exist, is a key to successful treatment.True or False?

 
True False
 
60)

Drugs that are taken in excess have in common the direct activation of :

 
The brain reward system Entire body Heart None of these
 
61)

The CAGE score indicates alcohol problems if the total score is:

 
1 or more 2 or more 4 None of these
 
62)

Models of treatment for substance abuse depend on various factors, including:

 
The training orientation of the provider The severity of the use and or addiction Age of the user and circumstances under which the use occurs All of these
 
63)

Which one is only the first stage of addiction treatment.

 
Medical detoxification Family counseling Vocational rehabilitation None of these
 
64)

No single treatment is appropriate for all individuals.True or False?

 
True False
 
65)

For most patients, the threshold of significant improvement is reached at about ------- months in treatment.

 
12 6 3 None of these
 
66)

Buproprion is effective for persons addicted to :

 
Alcohol Nicotine Stimulants None of these
 
67)

Which one is effective for some opiate addicts and some patients with co-occurring alcohol dependence.

 
Naltrexone Buproprion Methadone LAAM
 
68)

Behavioral and Cognitive Treatment Methods are not typically effective in:

 
Individuals Families Groups Social Systems
 
69)

Which one of the treatment methods is effective in social systems:

 
Behavioral Cognitive Psychosocial Medical
 
70)

Susan Sampl, and Ronald Kadden of the University Of Connecticut School Of Medicine provide a treatment approach for adolescents using :

 
Marijuana Cocaine Methamphetamine None of these
 
71)

The rate of the daily use of marijuana is higher than the daily rate of :

 
Cocaine Alcohol Methamphetamine None of these
 
72)

Which one is the most widely used and most readily available illicit psychoactive substance in the United States.

 
Marijuana Cocaine Methamphetamine Heroin
 
73)

CBT attempts to help patients recognize, avoid, and cope with a range of problems and problematic behaviors associated with the abuse of:

 
Marijuana Cocaine Methamphetamine None of these
 
74)

CBT’s critical components are:

 
Audio computer- assisted self-interviewing Functional analysis and skills training All of the these None of these
 
75)

The patient's thoughts, feelings, and circumstances before and after the cocaine use is identified in:

 
Audio computer- assisted self-interviewing Functional analysis Skills training None of these
 
76)

A highly individualized training program that helps cocaine abusers unlearn old habits associated with cocaine abuse and learn or relearn healthier habits is…

 
Audio computer- assisted self-interviewing Functional analysis Skills training None of these
 
77)

The core of CBT is to:

 
Teach coping skills Foster the motivation for abstinence Change reinforcement contingencies Improve interpersonal functioning
 
78)

Parameters of CBT are:

 
Format and length Settings Patients All of these
 
79)

The key active ingredients that distinguish CBT from other therapies, include the following:

 
Functional analyses of substance abuse Individualized training Encouragement and review of extra-session All of these
 
80)

A system of psychotherapy that attempts to reduce excessive emotional reactions and self-defeating behavior by modifying the faulty or erroneous thinking and maladaptive beliefs that underlie these reactions is:

 
CBT Marlatt's Relapse Prevention The Community Reinforcement Approach (CRA) Beck's Cognitive Therapy
 
81)

CBT was adapted from:

 
Marlatt's Relapse Prevention The Community Reinforcement Approach (CRA) Beck's Cognitive Therapy None of these
 
82)

The treatment strategy based on principles of motivational psychology and is designed to produce rapid, internally motivated change is:

 
Motivational interviewing Marlatt's Relapse Prevention The Community Reinforcement Approach (CRA) Beck's Cognitive Therapy
 
83)

The organizations that use the “Twelve Steps” program that involves spiritual principles, and the strength of the peer support group, are:

 
Alcoholics Anonymous Narcotics Anonymous Both a and b None of these
 
84)

Women with substance use disorders have higher rates of co -occurring psychiatric disorders than men. True or False?

 
True False
 
85)

The intervention methods that have been used successfully to manage depressive symptoms in substance abuse treatment are:

 
Behavioral and cognitive–behavioral method Supportive and expressive 12-Step facilitation and motivational interviewing All of these
 
86)

One of the most important risk factors for the development of substance use disorders, and the development of depressive symptoms is:

 
Stress Hypothyroidism B-12 deficiency Low energy
 
87)

The most frequently used psychological treatment in the United States and uses direct measures to reduce or eliminate symptoms is:

 
Motivational interviewing Supportive psychotherapy Cognitive–behavioral method 12- Step facilitation
 
88)

Picking the best clinical option available for a given client in a given context based on the best current information is:

 
12 - Step facilitation CBT Evidence-Based Thinking None of these
 
89)

The professional responsibilities of a substance abuse counselor include:

 
Facilitating and guiding clients in their recoveries Treatment planning and counseling Education, and relapse prevention All of these
 
90)

The unconscious (underlying) use of past experience with similar individuals or in similar situations to shape reactions to a new person or social situation is:

 
Treatment planning and counseling Education, and relapse prevention Transference (by the client) and counter transference Screening and assessment