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HS 262-501: Chapter 7 Alcohol & Tobacco

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  • Q1
    Alcohol is classified as a stimulant.
  • Q2
    Consuming five or more drinks (men) or four or more drinks (women) in about two hours is known as ________.
    recreational drinking
    binge drinking
    social drinking
  • Q3
    Which of the following would be considered a good reason to avoid student drinking?
    academic success
    increased physical health
    missed classes
    consensual sexual activity
  • Q4
    In terms of the laws regarding sexual consent, which of the following is true?
    If you are drunk, you are absolved of legal responsibility if sex occurs.
    If you have sex with someone who is drunk or unconscious, you are committing rape.
    If both parties are drunk, sex is consensual.
    Consensual sex is expected if alcohol is being served.
  • Q5
    Which of the following is considered a factor that influences college students in drinking behaviors?
    Many student customs, norms, and traditional celebrations encourage drinking.
    The cost of alcohol has increased around college campuses, thus driving up consumption.
    College students seldom experience new-found freedom and are less vulnerable to peer influence.
    There is a lack of alcohol advertising and promotion that targets students.
  • Q6
    The ________ of an alcoholic drink is a measure of its percentage of alcohol, and therefore its strength.
  • Q7
    ________ influences the absorption of alcohol.
    Body mass index
    The time of day alcohol is consumed
    The flavor of the beverage
    The cost of alcohol
  • Q8
    The standard drink is ________.
    2 beers = 1 glass of wine = 2 mixed drinks
    6 oz of beer = 3 oz of wine = 1 oz of liquor
    12 oz of beer = 5 oz of wine = 1.5 oz of liquor
    20 oz of beer = 7 oz of wine = 2.5 oz of liquor
  • Q9
    A blood alcohol content of 0.08–0.14 percent would be considered ________.
    not impaired
    usually impaired
    somewhat impaired
    always impaired
  • Q10
    The breakdown of alcohol in the body occurs at which of the following rates?
    1 oz per ½ hour
    ½ oz per hour
    ½ oz per ½ hour
    1 oz per hour
  • Q11
    Acute alcohol intoxication refers to ________.
    alcohol detoxification
    alcohol poisoning
    alcohol fermentation
    alcohol consumption
  • Q12
    Alcohol consumption during pregnancy may cause the child to be born with abnormalities to the face, limbs, heart, or brain, as well as poor memory, reduced attention span, and impulsive behavior. All are signs of ________.
    fetal alcohol ingestion
    fetal alcohol syndrome
    fetal alcohol distress
    fetal alcohol effect
  • Q13
    The legal limit for drivers for BAC in all states is ________ percent.
  • Q14
    ________ occurs when drinking interferes with work, school, or social and family relationships, or when drinking entails any violation of the law including a DUI.
    Alcohol use
    Alcohol dependency
    Alcohol abuse
  • Q15
    A pharmacological treatment for alcoholics is known as ________.
    Alcoholics Anonymous

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