1 Cadet Name: Date: 1. (U4C3L2:Q1) Detoxification programs are one type of treatment for drug abuse. Detoxification programs are residential treatment centers where drug abusers live together and learn how to adjust to drug-free lives. A) Replace "drug abuse" with "drug use" B) Replace "Detoxification programs are" with "Cold Turkey is" C) Replace "Detoxification programs " with "Therapeutic communities" D) Replace "live together" with "are incarcerated" 2. (U4C3L2:Q2) While mentoring a new Cadet, you had her write four positive reasons for choosing to not do drugs. Of her reasons (listed below), which one would you tell her could get confused with an excuse to take drugs? A) Activities - lead to a sense of accomplishment, as you get better at performing them. B) Self-confidence - stand up to peers at the risk of rejection when they want you to do something you don't want to do. C) Change - change the way you feel about a problem. D) Patience - allows you to recognize opportunities when they become available. 3. (U4C3L2:Q3) A friend of yours has changed a lot over the past few months. He started "hanging out" with a different group of people, and his grades in school have been lower than usual. When you see him in a restaurant parking lot, he is having trouble getting his car door unlocked, and seems to be having trouble standing up - he looks like he's drunk. When you try to take his keys, he first tells you that he's no longer your friend. Next, he tells you (using slurred speech) that he hasn't been drinking. When you smell him, his breath does not smell like alcohol. What should you do next? A) Ask him if he's really OK to drive, and if he says "Yes," then let him drive home, and follow him in your car. B) Take his keys and call a cab or drive him home. He could be on some type of barbiturate. C) Buy him a cup of coffee, and then let him drive home. D) Tell him that he's screwed up, and he had better get himself together. Then, since he's no longer a friend, let him do whatever he wants. 4. (U4C3L2:G1) What are the chances that a first-time user of cocaine will become addicted? A) One in ten B) One in twenty C) One in fifty D) One in six 5. (U4C3L2:G2) What are the chances that a first-time crack user will become addicted?
2 A) One in three B) One in six C) One in ten D) One in twenty 6. (U4C3L2:G3) Name the five stages of drug abuse. A) Pleasure use, regular use, habitual use, cravings, and dependency B) Prescription seeking, legal use, habitual use, illegal purchasing, and addiction C) Experimental use, occasional use, regular use, multiple drug use, and total dependency D) None of the above 7. (U4C3L2:G4) T or F: People who are under great stress are more likely to use drugs. 8. (U4C3L2:G5) T or F: Teens who have family problems are more likely to use drugs. 9. (U4C3L2:G6) T or F: Physical activities that help you burn off energy and relax can help you resist drug use. 10. (U4C3L2:G7) T or F: One technique for saying "No" to drugs is to visualize yourself in different settings where you may be offered drugs so you can have a ready answer to the question. 11. (U4C3L2:G8) T or F: Advertisers often make drug use appear glamorous, sophisticated, and appealing. 12. (U4C3L2:G9) What is the main reason that people misuse and abuse drugs? A) To change the way they feel B) To lose weight C) They don't grasp the dangers of drug use D) Because drugs are easy to access in the U.S. 13. (U4C3L2:G10) T or F: One out of ten drinkers will become an alcoholic.
3 14. (U4C3L2:G11) What do you do with an unconscious alcohol victim? vomit. A) Place the victim on his or her side so the victim won't choke or drown in his or her own B) Induce vomiting and seek medical attention. C) Let the victim sleep it off while under observation. D) Leave the victim alone; he or she will be fine in the morning. 15. (U4C3L2:G12) T or F: If an alcohol victim is conscious and has ingested the alcohol overdose within the last 30 minutes, you should treat the victim by making him or her vomit. 16. (U4C3L2:G13) Name three actions you can take if someone you know has a drug problem. A) Tell a responsible adult you are concerned about the person, tell your parents, and tell a school administrator. B) Tell a school counselor, tell your parents, and convince the person to seek help. C) Convince the person to seek help, tell your friends, and report drug dealers to the appropriate authority. D) Convince the person to seek help; Tell a responsible adult you are concerned about the person; report drug dealers to the appropriate authority. 17. (U4C3L2:G14) T or F: One way you can help someone with a drug problem is to provide him or her with the names of people and agencies that can provide help. 18. (U4C3L2:G15) T or F: Studies show there is a close association between drug abuse and personality factors such as self-esteem, self-reliance, and alienation. 19. (U4C3L2:G16) T or F: Drinking alcohol is the third leading cause of death in the United States, right behind heart disease and cancer. 20. (U4C3L2:G17) What education campaign encourages college students to be responsible for each other and help each other avoid drunk driving situations?
4 A) The call a taxi system B) The Buddy System C) The volunteer system D) The Designated Driver System 21. (U4C3L2:G18) What underlying agreement between students and parents makes the program Students Against Drunk Driving (SADD) so successful? A) It has been highly publicized by parents of kids killed in accidents B) The agreement that teenagers call their parents for rides if the teens or their friends have been drinking C) Because it has a designated driver policy D) It uses emotional appeal to engage students and parents 22. (U4C3L2:G19) T or F: One in one hundred drinkers becomes an alcoholic. 23. (U4C3L2:G21) T or F: Stress leads some people to use drugs. 24. (U4C3L2:G22) T or F: The main reason people misuse and abuse drugs is to change the way they feel. 25. (U4C3L2:G20) T or F: Alcohol is a factor in over 50% of murders and child abuse cases and in over 25% of rapes and suicides. 26. (U4C3L2:V1) What is a "detoxification program"? A) Controlled substance that is used in heroin withdrawal; produces some effects similar to heroin, but does not produce a "high" C) A type of program where drug users or addicts can get help with drawing from 27. (U4C3L2:V2) What is the definition of the word "methadone"?
5 A) Controlled substance that is used in heroin withdrawal; produces some effects similar to heroin, but does not produce a "high" D) According to a rule or standard pattern; regular, usual 28. (U4C3L2:V3) What is the definition of the term "therapeutic community"? A) Controlled substance that is used in heroin withdrawal; produces some effects similar to heroin, but does not produce a "high" 29. (U4C3L2:V4) What is the definition of the word "stress"? A) According to a rule or standard pattern; regular, usual 30. (U4C3L2:V5) What is the definition of the word "normal"? A) According to a rule or standard pattern; regular, usual [Answer Key] 1. C 2. C 3. B 4. D 5. A 6. C 7. A 8. A 9. A 10. A 11. A 12. A 13. A 14. A
6 15. A 16. D 17. A 18. A 19. A 20. B 21. B 22. B 23. A 24. A 25. A 26. C 27. A 28. D 29. B 30. A
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