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6. A potentially powerful way to improve problem drinkers’ access to treatment is to
make_______ part of primary care.
a. routine screening
b. sobriety tests
c. colon exams
d. all of the above

7. Women who drink are more likely to develop________ than men.
a. liver damage
b. heart disease
c. breast cancer
d. all of the above
8. Men are at risk of developing alcohol dependence if they consume more than
_________ drinks per week and _______ drinks on any single day.
a. 18;5
b. 9; 3
c. 14; 4
d. 5; 2
9. Mutual-help groups are popular such as, Alcoholics Anonymous because people
can attend MGHs as frequently and for as long as they want _______.
a. without insurance
b. without divulging personal infromation
c. without being locked into a specific day and time
d. all of the above
10. Which medication for the treatment of alcohol abuse has been approved by Foood
and Drug Administration?
a. baclofen
b. acamprosate
c. topiramate
d. quetiapine

11. What is cogintive-behavioral therapy?
a. uses family therapy principles to improve a person’s health-risk behaviors
b. offers strategies to help patients better understand the factors and situations that precede alcohol and other drug use as well as the consequences of that use
c. designed to enhance a person’s motivation to make changes regarding alcohol
and other drug use and to recognize and cope with those life situations that
may trigger or sustain alcohol and other drug use
d. attempts to identify the behaviors and situations in which alcohol and other drug use occurs and then to disrupt those behaviors by equipping patients with skills to resist alcohol and other drug use
12 Drinking during pregancy can cause__________.
a. attention deficit disorder in child
b. poor academic performance in child
c. birth defects in child
d. all of the above
13. Aspects of personality, temperament, and behaiors can make children more
susceptible to developing alcohol use disorders such as,__________
a. high self- regualtion
b. antisocial behavior
c. high self-control
d. effective stress management
14. It is recommended that a person sip slowly so that he or she has no more than
___________ with alcohol per hour.
a. 2 standard drinks
b. 4 standard drinks
c. 1 standard drinks
d. 3 standard drinks
15. Federal legislation placed new emphasis on solving America’s alcohol problems
and created the NIAAA. What does NIAAA stand for?
a. national institute for america’ s alcohol abuse
b. national institute for alchololism and alcohol abuse
c. national insititute on alchololism and abuse in america
d. national institute on alcohol abuse and alocholism
16. If you’re planning to drink, you should_________
a. use protection for sex
b. have a designated driver to take a taxi
c. avoid drinking a boat
d. all of the above
17. What is behavioral therapy?
a. uses family therapy princples to improve a person’s health-risk behaviors
b. offers strategies to help patients better understand the factors and
situations that precede alcohol and other drug use a well as the consquences
of that use
c.designed to enahnce a person’s motivation to make changes regarding alcohol
and other drug use and to recognize and cope with those life situations that may
trigger or sustain alcohol and other drug use
d. attempts to identify the bahaviors and situations in which alcohol and other
drug use occurs and then to disrupt those behaviors by equipping patients with skill
resist alcohol and other drug use
18. Alcohol abuse_________ the immune system, which helps protect the body from
infections.
a. moderately suppresses
b. severely suppresses
c. lightly suppresses
d, boosts
19. Drinking too much increases a person’s chance of being_______
a. injured or killed
b. incarcerated
c. fired at work
d. divorced
20. Women are at risk of developing alcohol dependence if they consume more than
________ drinks per week and ______ drinks on any single day.
a. 7;3
b. 5;2
c. 10;3
d. 4;2