Addiction Treatment 4th Edition by Katherine – Test Bank A+

Addiction Treatment 4th Edition by Katherine – Test Bank A+

Addiction Treatment 4th Edition by Katherine – Test Bank A+

Addiction Treatment 4th Edition by Katherine – Test Bank A+
  1. Discuss the stages of psychosocial development in terms of the needs and crises of each stage.​

  1. What is the extent of alcohol and other drug use among today’s youth? How does early use of chemicals relate to later use?

  1. a. What are some of the cultural characteristics of youths who misuse alcohol? b. How does alcohol and tobacco marketing enter the picture?

  1. Explore the link between early childhood sexual abuse and later development of substance misuse patterns. How does one account for this correlation?

  1. Account for the link between ADHD and chemical misuse.

  1. How does weight obsession affect each gender?

  1. Relate binge drinking in the U. S. with alcohol control policies. How would harm reduction policies differ?

  1. Discuss the physiology of drinking late in life.

  1. What are some common pitfalls as outlined by Beechem for the counselor with an elderly clientele?

  1. Describe the three types of guilt feelings experienced by grief-stricken family members who have a dying spouse/partner or relative.

  1. The prefrontal cortex of the brain reaches full maturity soon after age​

  1. ​10
  2. ​teens

*c. ​mid-20s

  1. ​30

  1. According to Carol Gilligan, Erikson’s conceptualization for young life was:​

  1. ​sensitive to gender issues
  2. ​too focused on violence

*c. ​lacking in concern for female developmental issues

  1. ​lacking in detail

  1. Erik Erikson’s stage of development pertaining to adolescence was​

*a. ​identity vs. role confusion

  1. ​trust vs. mistrust
  2. ​ego integrity vs. despair
  3. ​identity vs. responsibility

  1. According to a study conducted by the European Public Health Alliance (2005), which of the following European countries was the only one with more persons in the 15 -34 year age group using more illicit drugs than the U.S.?​

  1. ​Ukraine
  2. ​United Kingdom

*c. ​Czech Republic

  1. ​Denmark

  1. According to data from the National Survey on Drug Use and Health (2006), in the 18 to 25 age group, which of the following substances had the highest usage?​

  1. ​ecstasy
  2. ​cocaine
  3. ​alcohol

*d. ​marijuana

  1. Drinking to get drunk is the most common among teens who live in​

  1. ​the Northeast

*b. ​the Midwest and West

  1. ​the Southeast
  2. ​the Southwest

  1. An exception to the trend in reduced teen drug use is in regard to​

*a. ​use of prescription drugs not prescribed for them

  1. ​heroin use
  2. ​use of Ecstasy
  3. ​cocaine use

  1. A recent change in emergency room admissions concerns overdoses related to ____ overdoses.​

  1. ​alcohol
  2. ​meth

*c. ​prescription drug misuse

  1. ​marijuana

  1. The following statement is true of drug use rates in school surveys except for this one:​

  1. ​African Americans and Hispanics have usage rates higher than whites in the junior high grades.
  2. ​African Americans and Hispanics have lower rates than whites at higher grade levels.
  3. ​Overall, illicit drug use decreased among high school students (in 20).

*d. ​Minorities have lower rates of illicit drug use than Whites in the lower grades.

  1. Which racial youth group is more likely to become heavy users of cigarettes among females?​

  1. ​Middle Eastern
  2. ​African American

*c. ​Caucasian

  1. ​Latino

  1. According to research on teen smoking, a strong risk factor for smoking is all except:​

  1. ​having friends who smoke
  2. ​dropping out of school
  3. ​having a risk-taking personality

*d. ​sports involvement

  1. An explanation presented in the text for the link between early sexual abuse and later development of alcoholism is all except​

  1. ​the development of biochemical abnormalities in the brain associated with trauma.

*b. ​having older brothers

  1. ​the impact of anxiety and stress during adolescence which lead to later self-medication with chemicals
  2. ​the sense of shame and self-disgust in the victim which reduces his/her coping skills with later problems

  1. Boys with ADHD​

  1. ​have lower rates of substance misuse than other boys

*b. ​have higher rates of substance misuse than other boys

  1. ​have the highest rates of substance misuse when they are medicated with Ritalin
  2. ​none of the above

  1. The male counterpart to female anorexia is​

  1. ​cutting the skin

*b. ​muscle dysmorphia

  1. ​binge drinking
  2. ​bulimia

  1. BASICS is a program for​

  1. ​older persons with alcohol problems
  2. ​young people with eating disorders

*c. ​prevention of college binge drinking

  1. ​prevention of muscle dysmorphia

  1. Research from the National Center on Addiction and Substance Abuse at Columbia University reveals that teens who smoke cigarettes are _______ times likelier than nonsmokers to try marijuana and have friends who smoke marijuana.​

  1. ​10 times

*b. ​14 times

  1. ​22 times
  2. ​50 times

  1. The text recommends from a harm reduction perspective to control college binge drinking through​

  1. ​greater enforcement of underage drinking laws
  2. ​lowering the legal drinking age to 18 or 16
  3. ​restricting the marketing of alcohol products

*d. ​B and C are correct

  1. According to the text, principles of motivational intervention are derived from the findings primarily from​

  1. ​anthropology

*b. ​social psychology

  1. ​abnormal psychology
  2. ​behavior modification

  1. The following statement as of 2012 is true regarding recent combat veterans​

  1. ​The military no longer allows distribution of cigarettes in veterans’ stores.

*b. ​The VA has determined that 15% of female veterans have been victims of military sexual trauma at the hands of their fellow soldiers.

  1. ​The stress that combat veterans have endured is not of long-term consequence.
  2. ​Reports of sexual abuse by female veterans are often false reports.

  1. According to Beechem, an expert on elderly alcoholism, all except which of the following is true?​

  1. ​the elderly tend to avoid substance abuse services
  2. ​there is often a problem of misdiagnosis
  3. ​established criteria for classifying alcohol problems among the aged are inadequate

*d. ​early onset alcoholism is correlated with fewer health problems than later onset, which tends to be more severe

  1. According to the text, an intervention with an elderly person in contrast to a​ standard intervention should

*a. proceed more slowly​

  1. ​contain a larger number of participants
  2. ​proceed more rapidly
  3. ​be highly confrontational to break entrenched defenses

  1. The process of brain maturation is complete at age 18.​

  1. True

*b. False

  1. School surveys exaggerate the drinking and drug use rates of minorities in that age group.​

  1. True

*b. False

  1. Studies show multiracial adolescents have high rates of smoking and drinking.​

*a. True

  1. False


  1. Discuss the impact of strength-based practices on traditional screening and assessment.

  1. Explain the advantages and disadvantages of screening tools.

  1. What background knowledge is essential before a counselor can embark on screening and assessment for co-occurring disorder problems?

  1. How is a formal diagnosis useful?

  1. Explain why some strength-based practitioners see assessment as a “political activity”.

  1. The principle advantage of screening tools is to provide

  1. ​A method of positively identifying addiction problems

*b. ​A method of quickly detecting the possibility of addiction problems

  1. ​A method of securing third-party payments
  2. ​A means of holding clients accountable for their behaviors

  1. The Lie/Bet questionnaire rules out pathological gambling problems when a client answers “no” to:

*a. ​One question

  1. ​Two questions
  2. ​Three questions
  3. ​Four questions

  1. Before using a short screening tool, it is helpful to remove any stigma that surrounds addiction by:

  1. ​Assuring clients you don’t care if they answer “yes”

*b. ​Letting clients know that the screening questions are routine and asked of all clients

  1. ​Letting clients know that you suspect they have a problem and need to verify
  2. ​Assuring clients that lots of people you see have alcohol, drug, or gambling problems.

  1. Which of the following is not a screen for alcohol problems?

  1. ​CAGE
  2. ​TWEAK
  3. ​AUDIT

*d. ​Twenty questions

  1. Which of the following is the most sensitive alcohol screen for Black obstetric patients and White Women?

  1. ​CAGE

*b. ​TWEAK

  1. ​AUDIT
  2. ​LIE/BET

  1. Which is the only alcohol screening test designed and validated for international use in a wide variety of populations, cultures, and languages?

  1. ​TWEAK
  2. ​SASSI

*c. ​AUDIT

  1. ​CAGE

  1. In the GA 20 Question Screen, how many questions must a person answer “yes” for a positive screen of compulsive gambler?

  1. ​18
  2. ​3

*c. ​7

  1. ​15

  1. Which internet site is not useful for finding alcohol/drug screening and assessment instruments:​

  1. ​National Institute of Alcohol and Alcohol Abuse
  2. ​Addiction Research Institute, University of Texas
  3. ​Institute for Behavioral Research at Texas Christian University

*d. ​Project Match

  1. The SASSI differs from other substance abuse assessments because:

*a. ​Most of the true/false items on one side of the form do not inquire directly about substance abuse

  1. ​It can only be administered by physicians
  2. ​It also requires a drug test (UA)
  3. ​It takes the most time to administer

  1. Which of the following is not a major level of care in the ASAM classification system?

  1. ​Early Intervention
  2. ​Medically Managed Intensive Inpatient Treatment

*c. Withdrawal and Detoxification Treatment​

  1. ​Outpatient Treatment

  1. In co-occurring disorders, which level of care is not classified by CSAT?

  1. ​Basic care
  2. ​Intermediate care
  3. ​Fully integrated care

*d. ​Harm reduction care

  1. Which of the following is essential knowledge a counselor should have before conducting screening and assessment for clients who have co-occurring disorders?

*a. ​Familiarity with the diagnostic criteria for common mental disorders

  1. ​Complete confidence that you are competent in every area
  2. ​Access to the “gold standard” screening/assessment instruments for COD
  3. ​Skill in detecting whether or not the client is telling the truth.

  1. Which of the following is the screen that CSAT recommends for use in substance abuse or other settings to help identify clients who may have mental health problems?

  1. ​AUDIT
  2. ​Simple Screening Instrument for Substance Abuse

*c. ​Mental Health Screening Form-III

  1. ​TWEAK

  1. Which of the following has been validated for screening substance abuse problems with older adults?

  1. TWEAK​
  2. ​Twenty Questions

*c. ​Geriatric MAST

  1. ​Geriatric AUDIT

  1. Of the following, which statement identifies one of the purposes of formal diagnoses:

*a. ​Helps clinicians communicate with each other

  1. ​Justifies the years of education required by clinicians
  2. ​Lets client know that the clinician is an expert in the field
  3. ​Adds to the esteem of the profession

  1. Which of the following is not recommended for building a relationship and finding client strengths?

  1. ​Focus on what is happening in the client’s life
  2. ​Focus on what the client wants to be different
  3. ​Set aside the need to gather specific client information until you find out why they have come to the agency and what they want different

*d. ​Require clients to fill out intake forms before seeing a counselor.

  1. Focusing attention on what the client wants to see happen as a result of working together with the clinician accomplishes which goal?

*a. ​Sets up a collaborative partnership with the clinician

  1. ​Establishes the credibility of the clinician’s knowledge
  2. ​Helps client understand that they need to stay abstinent
  3. ​Allows the clinician a way to tell the client which options they will pursue

  1. Which of the following does not describe empathy as described by Carl Rogers and William Miller:

  1. ​The ability to listen to your clients accurately
  2. ​The ability to reflect back to your clients the meaning of what they have said

*c. ​Repeating back what the client said

  1. ​Using your experience to make a responsive statement to what your client said

  1. Which of the following cautions do not apply to persons who are part of ethnic minority groups or who do not use English as a first language?

  1. ​Measurement error
  2. ​Different rituals and world-views
  3. ​Translation and interpretation errors

*d. ​Asking questions

  1. Which of the following is not a limitation of the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual.

  1. ​Subject to the political influence of the pharmaceutical industry
  2. ​Deficit-focused

*c. ​Serves as the basis for third-party reimbursement

  1. ​Pays little attention to the issues of social injustice that may cause or increase the symptom and problem

  1. The GA Twenty Questions has high reliability and a high correlation with the DSM-IV.

*a. True

  1. False

  1. The ASAM classification system is not widely used.

  1. True

*b. False

  1. There is no single “gold standard” for COD assessment.

*a. True

  1. False

  1. Asking a lot of questions initially in the first interview with a client can set up the expectation that the agency (counselor) is the expert on the client’s condition.

  1. True

*b. False

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