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HLED 302 Drugs and Substance Abuse (TR)
Take Home Quiz (Quiz 2)
Spring 2013
Fill out the information on the Exam Data Sheet:
Print your First Name, Last Name, and your ID # number by “Name” on
the answer sheet.
Print HLED 302 – Bogle by “Subject” on the answer sheet.
Print Date and Hour in the appropriate blanks.
For the Multiple Choices questions, there is only one correct response. If there are
multiple correct choices, select the letter that has an inclusive statement on all the correct
choices (ex. All of the above, both “A” and “B” are correct, etc.).
For True / False, Select “A” for True and “B” for False.
You should fill in your answer completely, and your answer is darkened sufficiently.
Look at the example on the Exam Date Sheet.
Only responses marked on the scantron oval sheet will be counted as points towards the
final exam score.
This exam is worth 60 points on the course syllabus. There are 30 questions on the
exam. All questions are worth 2 points. Thus, you may earn up to 60 points
Collect your Exam Data Sheet (scan/bubble sheet) from Dr. Bogle @ Class Time
Your completed scan sheet for this Take-Home Quiz is
due in class on Tuesday, 23 April 2013
Chapter 11: Caffiene
1. The largest exporters of coffee to the U.S. are
A. Vietnam, Indonesia, and Thailand.
B. Singapore and Myanmar.
C. Colombia, Brazil, Guatemala, and Mexico.
D. Panama, Honduras, and Chile.
2. Most regular brewed teas have about how much caffeine per cup?
A. 150-170 mg (more than coffee)
B. 40-60 mg (about half the amount in coffee)
C. 10-15 mg
D. none
3. The unique xanthine in chocolate is
A. hysocine.
B. diphenhydramine.
C. theobromine.
D. methylene chloride.
4. According to current FDA rules on "cola" drinks,
A. they must contain at least 50 mg of caffeine.
B. the label must state how much caffeine is included.
C. they cannot contain more than 6 mg caffeine per ounce.
D. they must all contain exactly 44 mg caffeine per 12 oz.
5. The maximum CNS effect of caffeine is reached about _____ after drinking coffee.
A. 15 minutes
B. 30 minutes
C. 2 hours
D. 4 hours
6. The most consistent withdrawal symptom after chronic caffeine use is
A. headache.
B. drowsiness.
C. nervousness.
D. inability to sleep.
7. Caffeine works in the brain by
A. stimulating dopamine release.
B. interfering with glutamate release.
C. blocking serotonin receptors.
D. blocking adenosine receptors.
8. All of the xanthines have similar effects. But which one has the greatest overall
A. caffeine
B. theobromine
C. theophylline
D. muscadine
9. Caffeine is thought to relieve headaches because it is
A. a vasodilator.
B. a vasoconstrictor.
C. an adenosine antagonist.
D. an adenosine agonist.
10 A typical cup of brewed tea contains just under half as much caffeine as a typical cup
of brewed coffee.
A. True
B. False
Chapter 12: Dietary Supplements and Over-the-Counter Drugs
11. Many of the capsules, pills, and powders that look like drugs and that consumers
think of as drugs are actually classified by the FDA as
A. food products.
B. industrial chemicals.
C. organic medicines.
D. placebos.
12. The 1994 Dietary Supplement Health and Education Act
A. requires manufacturers of dietary supplements to demonstrate safety and efficacy
before marketing their products.
B. directed the FDA to remove ephedra products from the market.
C. expanded the definition of dietary supplements and restricted the FDA's regulatory
authority over them.
D. outlawed multi-level marketing schemes for sales of dietary supplements.
13. The FDA was given additional authority over dietary supplements in 2006 to set up
A. random safety checks.
B. requirements for effectiveness.
C. limits on television advertising.
D. an "Adverse Events Reporting" process.
14. What dietary supplement ingredient has been tested for its ability to improve
memory in Alzheimer's disease, but has produced only small and unreliable
improvements in published research?
A. lobelia
B. androstenedione
C. Ginkgo biloba
D. St. John's wort
15. Because of the way the FDA reviews and approves OTC drugs,
A. each different brand is required to contain unique ingredients.
B. various brands of a given type of remedy usually contain the same few active
C. each type of drug is limited to only a single active ingredient.
D. it is impossible to tell from the label what each product's active ingredients really are.
16. The 2006 revised PATRIOT Act required that products containing __________ be
kept "behind the counter," and buyers must show identification and sign for their
A. pseudoephedrine
B. aristolochic acid
C. dextromethorphan
D. taurine
17. OTC drugs approved as sleep aids, like Nytol and Sominex,
A. contain PPA or dextromethorphan.
B. all contain bromide salts.
C. contain an antihistamine such as diphenhydramine.
D. include low doses of codeine.
18. Acetylsalicylic acid was developed in the Bayer laboratory in Germany in 1898 and
sold under the brand name
A. Dextrine.
B. Anazor.
C. Merbaral.
D. Aspirin.
19 The generic name for Tylenol and Datril is
A. COX-1.
B. acetaminophen.
C. theophylline.
D. ibuprofen.
20. There has been some reported abuse by young people of products containing
_________, which they take in high doses to produce visual and auditory hallucinations.
A. caffeine
B. acetaminophen
C. chlorpheniramine maleate
D. dextromethorphan
Chapter 16: Performance-Enhancing Drugs
21. One of the early types of stimulant drug reported to be used by boxers and others was
22. In the 1800s, the French cycling team endorsed Mariani's "wine for athletes" that
A. testosterone.
B. amphetamine.
C. a trace of bull's blood.
D. cocaine.
23. The International Olympics Committee first established rules disqualifying
competitors who failed or who refused to take drug tests in
A. 1936.
B. 1968.
C. 1980.
D. 1992.
24. During and after World War II, it was found that malnourished people could gain
weight more rapidly if they were treated with
A. testosterone.
B. cocaine.
C. ephedrine.
D. St. John's wort.
25. One side effect of the tougher 2006 drug testing policies in Major League Baseball is
A. as many as one-fourth of the players on some teams have been permanently banned
from the league.
B. steroid use has increased further, because the players now cannot use amphetamines.
C. chewing tobacco use has increased.
D. more players are diagnosed with ADHD so they can have therapeutic-use exemptions
to take stimulant drugs.
26. Extensive testing of the effects of amphetamines has concluded that they
A. do not really improve athletic performances.
B. can improve performances by a few percentage points.
C. actually make people perform more poorly.
D. enhance total work output by 30 percent or more.
27. Which of these was NOT mentioned as one of the psychological side effects of high
doses of steroids?
A. memory loss
B. psychological dependence
C. mood swings
D. increased aggressiveness ("'roid rage")
28. So-called "pituitary giants" often die at an early age because their internal organs
continue to grow due to excessive production of
A. red blood cells.
B. testosterone.
C. creatine.
D. human growth hormone.
29. One widely-used legal dietary supplement that has been shown to increase strength is
A. ginseng.
B. taurine.
C. creatine.
D. high fructose corn syrup.
30. Clenbuterol was first detected in Olympic athletes in 1992. Originally developed as a
bronchodilator for treating asthma, this drug is
A. an anabolic steroid
B. a beta-2 agonist.
C. a serotonin agonist.
D. a derivative of strychnine.