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2 Take the Quiz Show Challenge 4 or more right = Quiz Show Genius 3 right = Quiz Show Expert 2 right = Quiz Show Apprentice 1 right = Quiz Show Novice 0 right = Quiz Show Failure

3 Which of the following is used most often to coerce people into sex? A. Rohypnol (roofies) B. GBH (liquid x) C. Ketamine D. Alcohol E. Ecstasy (E)

4  Can cause memory loss & unconsciousness  Can make it difficult to spot risky situations  Can inhibit a victim’s ability to escape  Can increase the effects of other drugs

5  Someone might try to use alcohol to set up an alibi (e.g., she was drunk)  Can’t get consent from someone who is incapacitated, intoxicated, or high  Without consent, risk expulsion, fines, jail

6 What is the name of this drug? A. Rohypnol (roofies) B. GBH (liquid x) C. Ketamine D. GBL E. Benzodiazepine

7  Symptoms similar to intoxication  Slurred speech, difficulty maintaining balance, nausea, unconsciousness, dizziness, memory loss, death  Used to facilitate sexual coercion  Can’t get consent from someone who is incapacitated, intoxicated, or high

8 Which drug is used on animals as a sedative and can make someone feel detached from the situation? A. Ecstasy (E) B. Benzodiazepine C. GBH (liquid x) D. Ketamine E. GBL

9  Clear liquid or powder, can be mixed with drinks  Extremely dangerous when mixed with alcohol or other drugs  Symptoms  Dizziness, confusion, hallucinations, disorientation, agitation, decreased motor skills, respiratory arrest, death  While drugged, may be aware of what is happening but not able to move or fight back  Can’t get consent from someone who is incapacitated

10 Which drug causes relaxation, euphoria, and can increase sensitivity to touch, lockjaw, and overheating? A. Ecstasy (E) B. Benzodiazepine C. GBH (liquid x) D. GBL

11  Drug is MDMA (Molly)  Symptoms  High blood pressure, increased pulse and body temp., loss of consciousness, blurred vision, hallucinations  Can cause tremors, stroke, seizures, death

12  White powder, pill, or odorless liquid  Symptoms  Relaxation, dizziness, drowsiness, nausea, sweating, memory loss, slow-heart rate  Can cause tremors, seizures coma, and death

13  Symptoms  Feeling tired and sluggish, nausea, confusion, agitation  Can cause seizures, respiratory arrest, coma, death  People may sometimes appear normal but will have no memory later  Can’t get consent from someone who is incapacitated

14  Generally used as anxiety or sleep medication  Symptoms  Similar to Rohypnol  Can impair victim and inhibit ability to resist  Can’t get consent from someone who is incapacitated or high

15  Stop them from taking drinks from others. Remind them to open their own containers.  Remind friends not to share drinks or drink from a common punch bowl.  Remind friends not to leave their drinks unattended. If they do, encourage them to get a new one.  Ask a sober friend to watch out for your group.

16 True or False? KC isn’t paying attention and someone slips something into her drink. Whatever happens is her fault because she wasn’t paying attention. A. True B. False False. The fault lies with the person who poisons/tampers with the food/drink.

17 Penn Staters Researching Interventions for Social Misconduct Thank you for your help making Penn State fun and safe for everyone!


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