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Introduction to the Study of Alcohol and Drug Problems

HLTH 237 Study Guide - Final Guide: Coffee Culture, Morphine, Impulsivity

Part A. Multiple Choice: (10 marks) Please circle the correct answer on this page Part B Definitions: (15 marks). Define five (5) each of the following, using point form. Use the paper provided, remembering to number your ...

Health Studies
HLTH 237
Ron Shore
HLTH 237 Study Guide - Final Guide: Opioidergic, Neuroplasticity, Tegmentum

1) Only after a long period of clinical investigation, histological study, and cognition did I realize that in order to understand how and why certain users lost control I would have to tackle the all-important question of...

Health Studies
HLTH 237
Ron Shore
HLTH 237 Final: HLTH 237 Exam Notes

Definitions Tolerance: A state in which an organism no longer responds to a drug. A higher dose is required to achieve the same effect. Withdrawal: Abnormal physical or psychological features that follow the abrupt discont...

Health Studies
HLTH 237
Ron Shore
HLTH 237 Study Guide - Final Guide: Impulse Control Disorder, Reward System, Naltrexone

Definitions: 1. Tolerance  A condition in which repeated doses of the same amount of drug become diminishingly effective and progressively larger doses are required to secure a desired effect  D...

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HLTH 237
Ron Shore
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HLTH 237 Study Guide - Final Guide: Neurophysiology, Neurotransmitter, Caffeine

Focus on neurophysiology Addiction  Must be seen in context of mental health Zingberg  Drug, set , setting  How do people control their drug use? How do people not get addicted?  U...

Health Studies
HLTH 237
Ron Shore
HLTH 237 Study Guide - Nutmeg, Neurochemistry, Diagnostic And Statistical Manual Of Mental Disorders

Summary Pages Lecture #1- An Introduction to the Study of Drug and Alcohol Problems Harm reduction= understanding the risks before choosing to use a substance and taking all necessary precautions to reduce those risks ...

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HLTH 237
Ron Shore

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