How To Spot Substance Abuse (3 CEU) Test

User ID: Date:09/17/2019

  1. What is the most commonly used illicit drug in the United States?
    Alcohol
    Marijuana
    Hydrocodone
    Xanax
    None of the above
  2. The controlled substances act of 1970 places drugs places all substances into one of ____ schedules?
    1
    2
    3
    4
    5
  3. A drug's placement in a schedule is based upon:
    Potential for abuse.
    Accepted medical use in U.S..
    Safety and dependence factor
    All of the above.
    None of the above
  4. A "drug" is a substance which because of its chemical make-up:
    Alters the emotional and physical parts of your brain
    Alters the mood, perception, or consciousness of the user
    Makes you hungrier or thirstier than normal
    Makes you angry and act out because of it
  5. A "Narcotic" is usually prescribed as a:
    Sedative
    Vitamin
    Saline
    Liquid nutrition
  6. Which of the following are NOT natural narcotics:
    Opium
    Morphine
    Oxycodone
    Thebaine
  7. Which of the following are NOT synthetic narcotics:
    Heroin
    Hydromorphone
    Oxycodone
    Opium
  8. Meperadine is also known as:
    Ecstacy
    Xanax
    Dilaudid
    Demerol
  9. In summary, what does "analogue" mean:
    Prescription painkillers
    Over-the-counter medication for acid reflux disease
    Designer drugs created in a laboratory
    Liquid form of illegal drugs
  10. The __________cultivated in many countries around the world, is the main source of non-synthetic narcotics:
    Poppy
    Persimmon
    Peridot
    Peony
  11. What is the best definition of tolerance:
    A condition where ever-increasing amounts of a drug are needed to gain the desired effect.
    A condition causing an individual to only use intravenous drugs
    A condition that simulates drunkenness
    The effect of a drug is proportional to its concentration at its site of action
  12. Crack is a ___________ based drug.
    Heroin
    Opium
    Cocaine
    Xanax
  13. This is "slang" word for smokeable form of methamphetamine:
    Crystal
    Ice
    Speed
    Crack
  14. ANSWER THE FOLLOWING TRUE OR FALSE

  15. The most abused drug is alcohol
    True False
  16. All drugs are illegal.
    True False
  17. All drugs are legal, as long as you have a prescription for it.
    True False
  18. You can take a prescription drug, such as Xanax, as long as you are related to the person with the prescription
    True False
  19. "Narcotic" in its medical meaning refers to opium, opium derivatives, and synthetic substitutes.
    True False
  20. Depressants in excessive amounts, induce an intoxication similar to heroin.
    True False
  21. Stimulants lead to compulsive behavior.
    True False
  22. In case of overdose of cocaine, seek the antidote immediately.
    True False
  23. If you report that your co-worker might have a drug problem and they test negative for the drug, you will be written up for false reporting.
    True False
  24. An individual suffering from sleep deprivation or depression might sometimes exhibit the same signs/symptoms as a person with a drug problem.
    True False
  25. Multiple Choice - Choose the correct answer or answers for the following:

  26. List the effects of stimulants in the order they usually occur:
    Increased stimulation, compulsive behavior, depression
    Compulsive behavior, depression, lethargy
    Increased stimulation, depression, compulsive behavior
  27. Which of the following are indicators your co-worker might have a substance abuse problem?
    Excessive talking
    Seizures
    Depression
    Being unreliable
  28. What steps should you take if you suspect a co-worker has a substance abuse problem?
    Immediately confront your co-worker and tell them you know what they are doing
    Give them some brochures from a reputable drug rehab program
    Call other co-workers to ask if they noticed the same thing
    Inform your supervisor.