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Chapter 25 Lesson 3 Review Haley S. March 2005 20 Questions.

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1 Chapter 25 Lesson 3 Review Haley S. March Questions

2 1. What is periodic excessive drinking called? A. Alcohol Poisoning. B. Synergistic Effect. C. Withdrawal. D. Binge Drinking. E. Alcoholism.

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5 2. A dangerous toxic condition that occurs when a person drinks a large amount of alcohol in a short period of time is called? A. Codependency. B. Alcoholism. C. Delirium Tremens (DTs). D. Alcoholic Poisoning. E. Binge Drinking.

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8 3. A myth about alcoholics being easily recognizable is …? A. Glassy eyes. B. Odor on breath. C. They’re “falling down” drunk. D. Falling grades. E. They cannot manage tension without drinking.

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11 4. How can alcoholism be treated? A. Socially. B. Physically. C. Mental Determination. D. Total Abstinence. E. Emotionally.

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14 5. The only responsible choice is …? A. Drink with others. B. Limit your alcohol intake. C. Drink responsibly. D. Escape pressures. E. Not drinking.

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17 6. Which two of these is true about alcohol traits? A. They cannot manage tension without drinking & they’re preoccupied in one way or another. B. Glassy eyes & odor on breath. C. Irritability & slow reflexes. D. Slurred speech & falling grades. E. Absences from school & changes in appearance.

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20 7. What are the three phases that alcohol develops in? A. Dependence, abuse & addiction. B. Stress, short-term memory loss & blackouts. C. Abuse, dependence & addiction. D. Personal changes, physical & psychological dependence. E. Social drinking, relieve stress & depression.

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23 8. Alcoholism typically begins with __ drinking, often to relax or to relieve stress or depression. A. Mental. B. Social. C. Psychological. D. Casual. E. Minor.

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26 9. How often does a person drink & become intoxicated (in stage one of alcoholism)? A. Very little. B. None. C. Regularly. D. Often. E. Almost always.

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29 10. Often, at this stage (1), the drinker makes excuses and tries to __his/her drinking __. A. See, problem. B. Get around, problem. C. Cover up, problem. D. Disguise, behavior. E. Rationalize, behavior.

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32 11. At stage one a person’s tolerance to alcohol __. A. Slowly becomes greater. B. Slowly declines. C. Does nothing. D. Increases. E. Decreases.

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35 12. At stage one someone could call this person a __ drinker. A. Problem. B. Active. C. Prominent. D. Alcoholic. E. Social.

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38 13. At stage two, a person is now __ __ on the drug. A. Mentally dependant. B. Physically dependant. C. Emotionally dependent. D. Psychologically dependent. E. Socially dependant.

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41 14. He/she may drink __ and may drink __ day. A. Slow, one. B. Often, every. C. Alone, every. D. Alone, once a. E. Quickly, every.

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44 15. At stage two, performance on the __, at __ or at __ decreases. A. Home, school, job. B. School, home, job. C. Job, school, home. D. Field, work, home. E. Job, school, life.

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47 16. What is delirium tremens (DTs)? A. Chronic alcoholism. B. Abstinence. C. Spousal and child abuse. D. A physical and psychological dependence on the drug ethanol. E. The dramatic physical and psychological effects of alcohol withdrawal.

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50 17. What are some of the symptoms of DTs? A. Hot & cold flashes, severe tremors. B. Falls, drownings & burns. C. Sudden emotional or angry outbursts. D. Irritability, poor coordination & slurred speech. E. Jumpiness, sleeplessness & sweating.

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53 18. There are several costs to the family including __ violence. A. Emotional. B. Verbal. C. Domestic. D. Physical. E. Self-induced.

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56 19. What do you call people involved with alcoholics & whose lives are enmeshed in the alcoholic’s problems? A. Alcoholics. B. Codependents. C. Family. D. Friends. E. Co-workers.

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59 20. What is the best way to avoid injury, illness and to maintain good health? A. Self- control. B. Don’t hang out with bad friends. C. Walk away. D. Abstinence. E. Make good decisions.

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