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Psychology in Modules 11th Edition By David G. Myers – Test Bank

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  • ISBN-10 ‏ : ‎ 1464167524
  • ISBN-13 ‏ : ‎ 978-1464167522

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Psychology in Modules 11th Edition By David G. Myers – Test Bank

Module 10

1. Persistent substance craving and use despite significant life disruption and risk of physical harm is most characteristic of
A) intoxication.
B) withdrawal.
C) substance use disorder.
D) a near-death experience.

2. Drug use is considered a substance use disorder when a person
A) craves the substance.
B) continues use despite social problems.
C) continues use despite hazards.
D) experiences all of these conditions.

3. Kara’s craving for psychoactive drugs is so strong that she is unable to function at work or maintain important relationships with her family. Kara most clearly shows symptoms of
A) sensory deprivation.
B) a near-death experience.
C) substance use disorder.
D) dehydration.

4. Recurring symptoms of tolerance and withdrawal are an indication of
A) hallucinogens.
B) a near-death experience.
C) memory disruption.
D) substance use disorder.

5. Chemical substances that alter perceptions and moods are called ________ drugs.
A) neuroadaptive
B) disinhibiting
C) psychoactive
D) dehydrating

6. The need to take larger and larger doses of a drug in order to experience its effects is an indication of
A) withdrawal.
B) disinhibition.
C) tolerance.
D) dehydration.

7. Arlette often consumes up to six cocktails in a row before she experiences any noticeable symptoms of intoxication. This suggests that Arlette has developed
A) disinhibition.
B) tolerance.
C) withdrawal.
D) hallucinations.

8. The change in brain chemistry that offsets the effects of a psychoactive drug is called
A) addiction.
B) reuptake.
C) disinhibition.
D) neuroadaptation.

9. Compulsive craving of drugs or certain behaviors despite known adverse consequences is an indication of
A) tolerance.
B) disinhibition.
C) addiction.
D) neuroadaptation.

10. The discomfort and distress that follow discontinuing an addictive drug or behavior is called
A) disinhibition.
B) withdrawal.
C) neuroadaptation.
D) intoxication.


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