RRP Final Exam
PRI/ RRP Final Exam
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1. People who are impulsive, gregarious, rebellious, and high sensation seekers have higher rates of alcoholism and addiction compared to those who don’t have those personality traits. *
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2. Mental and physical tolerance levels increase at the same rate from high-risk choices. *
10 points
3. How much and how often a person drinks or uses is more important than why a person drinks or uses
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4. Studies have found that most marijuana users failed a standard roadside sobriety test an hour and a half after their last occasion of use.
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5. Occasional impairment from drinking or using is not high risk. *
10 points
6. Studies found those using marijuana more frequently at age 18 were more likely to become dependent by age 21.
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7. Anyone who makes high-risk choices could develop alcoholism or addiction.
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8. Sixty to seventy percent (60-70%) of drinkers in the U.S. make low-risk drinking choices most of the time.
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9. Impairment does not occur until a person drinks or uses to his/her physical tolerance level.
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10. A person can avoid the progression into alcoholism or drug addiction by consistently making low-risk choices.
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