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  1.    1.
  2.       1:      It is illegal for individuals of the legal drinking age to operate a motor vehicle at a BAC of:
  3.    2.
  4.       A
  5.    3.
  6.               0.02%
  7.    4.
  8.       B
  9.    5.
  10.               0.05%
  11.    6.
  12.       C
  13.    7.
  14.               0.07%
  15.    8.
  16.       D
  17.    9.
  18.               0.08%***********************************
  19.   10.
  20.        
  21.   11.
  22.       2:      People can better monitor their drinks by:
  23.   12.
  24.       A
  25.   13.
  26.               knowing how much alcohol is in each drink
  27.   14.
  28.       B
  29.   15.
  30.               drinking from communal sources, such as a punch bowl
  31.   16.
  32.       C
  33.   17.
  34.               pouring the drink themselves
  35.   18.
  36.       D
  37.   19.
  38.               both a and c***********************************
  39.   20.
  40.        
  41.   21.
  42.       3:      Which of the following has primary responsibility for eliminating alcohol from the bloodstream?
  43.   22.
  44.       A
  45.   23.
  46.               liver***********************************
  47.   24.
  48.       B
  49.   25.
  50.               stomach
  51.   26.
  52.       C
  53.   27.
  54.               pancreas
  55.   28.
  56.       D
  57.   29.
  58.               both a and b
  59.   30.
  60.        
  61.   31.
  62.       4:      Which of the following things are generally true about alcohol advertisements:
  63.   32.
  64.       A
  65.   33.
  66.               they have no effect on how much alcohol is consumed***********************************
  67.   34.
  68.       B
  69.   35.
  70.               they target our expectations and perceptions about drinking
  71.   36.
  72.       C
  73.   37.
  74.               they accurately depict the negative effects from drinking too much
  75.   38.
  76.       D
  77.   39.
  78.               none of the above
  79.   40.
  80.        
  81.   41.
  82.       5:      A blackout is:
  83.   42.
  84.       A
  85.   43.
  86.               more likely to be experienced when drinking quickly
  87.   44.
  88.       B
  89.   45.
  90.               more likely to be experienced by women
  91.   46.
  92.       C
  93.   47.
  94.               more likely to be experienced when drinking too much
  95.   48.
  96.       D
  97.   49.
  98.               all of the above***********************************
  99.   50.
  100.        
  101.   51.
  102.       6:      Key signs of an alcohol overdose include:
  103.   52.
  104.       A
  105.   53.
  106.               being in a semiconscious state
  107.   54.
  108.       B
  109.   55.
  110.               difficulty breathing
  111.   56.
  112.       C
  113.   57.
  114.               both a and b***********************************
  115.   58.
  116.       D
  117.   59.
  118.               neither a or b
  119.   60.
  120.        
  121.   61.
  122.       7:      If a man and a woman who weigh the same consume the same amount of alcohol:
  123.   62.
  124.       A
  125.   63.
  126.               the man's BAC will likely be higher
  127.   64.
  128.       B
  129.   65.
  130.               the woman�s BAC will likely be higher***********************************
  131.   66.
  132.       C
  133.   67.
  134.               their BAC levels would be the same
  135.   68.
  136.       D
  137.   69.
  138.               none of the above
  139.   70.
  140.        
  141.   71.
  142.       8:      People can help prevent their BACs from rising to dangerous levels by:
  143.   72.
  144.       A
  145.   73.
  146.               avoiding drinking games
  147.   74.
  148.       B
  149.   75.
  150.               avoiding eating before and during drinking
  151.   76.
  152.       C
  153.   77.
  154.               pacing their drinks to one or fewer per hour
  155.   78.
  156.       D
  157.   79.
  158.               both a and c***********************************
  159.   80.
  160.        
  161.   81.
  162.       9:      To avoid a situation where someone is tempted to drive after drinking, you could:
  163.   82.
  164.       A
  165.   83.
  166.               call ahead for a taxi to pick up you or your friends
  167.   84.
  168.       B
  169.   85.
  170.               get a sober designated driver to drive everyone home
  171.   86.
  172.       C
  173.   87.
  174.               check to see if your school has a safe ride program
  175.   88.
  176.       D
  177.   89.
  178.               all of the above***********************************
  179.   90.
  180.        
  181.   91.
  182.       10:     After just one or two drinks,
  183.   92.
  184.       A
  185.   93.
  186.               people often report feeling in a "good mood"
  187.   94.
  188.       B
  189.   95.
  190.               alcohol starts to affect the brain
  191.   96.
  192.       C
  193.   97.
  194.               both a and b***********************************
  195.   98.
  196.       D
  197.   99.
  198.               neither a or b
  199.  100.
  200.        
  201.  101.
  202.       11:     Research shows that the brain:
  203.  102.
  204.       A
  205.  103.
  206.               has essentially finished developing by the onset of puberty
  207.  104.
  208.       B
  209.  105.
  210.               has essentially finished developing by 18 years of age
  211.  106.
  212.       C
  213.  107.
  214.               continues to develop until people are in their mid-20's***********************************
  215.  108.
  216.       D
  217.  109.
  218.               continues to develop until people are in their mid-30's
  219.  110.
  220.        
  221.  111.
  222.       12:     "BAC" stands for:
  223.  112.
  224.       A
  225.  113.
  226.               body alcohol calculator
  227.  114.
  228.       B
  229.  115.
  230.               blood alcohol concentration
  231.  116.
  232.       C
  233.  117.
  234.               body alcohol concentration***********************************
  235.  118.
  236.       D
  237.  119.
  238.               blood alcohol calculator
  239.  120.
  240.        
  241.  121.
  242.       13:     "DUI" stands for:
  243.  122.
  244.       A
  245.  123.
  246.               driving under inebriation
  247.  124.
  248.       B
  249.  125.
  250.               driving using intoxicants
  251.  126.
  252.       C
  253.  127.
  254.               driving under the influence***********************************
  255.  128.
  256.       D
  257.  129.
  258.               none of the above
  259.  130.
  260.        
  261.  131.
  262.       14:     Which part(s) of the brain, when impaired by alcohol, play an important role in learning:
  263.  132.
  264.       A
  265.  133.
  266.               cerebellum
  267.  134.
  268.       B
  269.  135.
  270.               hippocampus***********************************
  271.  136.
  272.       C
  273.  137.
  274.               hypothalamus
  275.  138.
  276.       D
  277.  139.
  278.               all of the above
  279.  140.
  280.        
  281.  141.
  282.       15:     Which of the following decreases the chances of an alcohol overdose:
  283.  142.
  284.       A
  285.  143.
  286.               eating after drinking
  287.  144.
  288.       B
  289.  145.
  290.               keeping one's BAC in a safer range (well below 0.04%)
  291.  146.
  292.       C
  293.  147.
  294.               drinking coffee
  295.  148.
  296.       D
  297.  149.
  298.               all of the above***********************************
  299.  150.
  300.        
  301.  151.
  302.       16:     Which of the following activities can cause your BAC to rise quickly:
  303.  152.
  304.       A
  305.  153.
  306.               playing drinking games
  307.  154.
  308.       B
  309.  155.
  310.               drinking shots
  311.  156.
  312.       C
  313.  157.
  314.               chugging
  315.  158.
  316.       D
  317.  159.
  318.               all of the above***********************************
  319.  160.
  320.        
  321.  161.
  322.       17:     Someone who wants to pace their drinking could try:
  323.  162.
  324.       A
  325.  163.
  326.               taking small sips to drink more slowly
  327.  164.
  328.       B
  329.  165.
  330.               alternating non-alcohol drinks and alcohol drinks
  331.  166.
  332.       C
  333.  167.
  334.               both a and b***********************************
  335.  168.
  336.       D
  337.  169.
  338.               neither a or b
  339.  170.
  340.        
  341.  171.
  342.       18:     The "rate of absorption" has to do with:
  343.  172.
  344.       A
  345.  173.
  346.               how quickly alcohol is absorbed into bodily tissues
  347.  174.
  348.       B
  349.  175.
  350.               how quickly alcohol is processed by the kidneys
  351.  176.
  352.       C
  353.  177.
  354.               how quickly alcohol enters the bloodstream***********************************
  355.  178.
  356.       D
  357.  179.
  358.               both a and c
  359.  180.
  360.        
  361.  181.
  362.       19:     Which of the following can be affected by alcohol consumption?
  363.  182.
  364.       A
  365.  183.
  366.               memory
  367.  184.
  368.       B
  369.  185.
  370.               judgment
  371.  186.
  372.       C
  373.  187.
  374.               attention
  375.  188.
  376.       D
  377.  189.
  378.               all of the above***********************************
  379.  190.
  380.        
  381.  191.
  382.       20:     Which of the following is true about drinking and driving:
  383.  192.
  384.       A
  385.  193.
  386.               as long as someone is under the legal alcohol limit, it is safe to drive
  387.  194.
  388.       B
  389.  195.
  390.               if under 21, it is illegal to drive with any measurable amount of alcohol in one�s blood system***********************************
  391.  196.
  392.       C
  393.  197.
  394.               it takes at least 2 drinks before driving is impaired
  395.  198.
  396.       D
  397.  199.
  398.               both b and c
  399.  200.
  400.        
  401.  201.
  402.       21:     It's possible to drink too much and:
  403.  202.
  404.       A
  405.  203.
  406.               impair the nerve signals that control breathing
  407.  204.
  408.       B
  409.  205.
  410.               impair vital reflexes that control gagging
  411.  206.
  412.       C
  413.  207.
  414.               suffer alcohol poisoning
  415.  208.
  416.       D
  417.  209.
  418.               all of the above***********************************
  419.  210.
  420.        
  421.  211.
  422.       22:     Each standard size drink always contains:
  423.  212.
  424.       A
  425.  213.
  426.               the same amount of calories
  427.  214.
  428.       B
  429.  215.
  430.               the same volume of liquid
  431.  216.
  432.       C
  433.  217.
  434.               the same amount of alcohol***********************************
  435.  218.
  436.       D
  437.  219.
  438.               both b and c
  439.  220.
  440.        
  441.  221.
  442.       23:     A person's BAC will go down if they:
  443.  222.
  444.       A
  445.  223.
  446.               drink coffee
  447.  224.
  448.       B
  449.  225.
  450.               take a cold shower
  451.  226.
  452.       C
  453.  227.
  454.               vomit
  455.  228.
  456.       D
  457.  229.
  458.               none of the above***********************************
  459.  230.
  460.        
  461.  231.
  462.       24:     If you don't know how much alcohol is in a drink, you can:
  463.  232.
  464.       A
  465.  233.
  466.               ask the person who poured it
  467.  234.
  468.       B
  469.  235.
  470.               throw it out***********************************
  471.  236.
  472.       C
  473.  237.
  474.               both a and b
  475.  238.
  476.       D
  477.  239.
  478.               neither a or b
  479.  240.
  480.        
  481.  241.
  482.       25:     Which of the following perceptions influence why and how people drink:
  483.  242.
  484.       A
  485.  243.
  486.               how we think others feel about drinking
  487.  244.
  488.       B
  489.  245.
  490.               how often we think others are drinking
  491.  246.
  492.       C
  493.  247.
  494.               what we think we will or won't get from drinking
  495.  248.
  496.       D
  497.  249.
  498.               all of the above***********************************
  499.  250.
  500.        
  501.  251.
  502.       26:     It is estimated that it could take up to ____ for your body to get rid of the alcohol in one standard drink.
  503.  252.
  504.       A
  505.  253.
  506.               30 minutes
  507.  254.
  508.       B
  509.  255.
  510.               45 minutes
  511.  256.
  512.       C
  513.  257.
  514.               1.5 hours
  515.  258.
  516.       D
  517.  259.
  518.               2 hours***********************************
  519.  260.
  520.        
  521.  261.
  522.       27:     After people have been drinking:
  523.  262.
  524.       A
  525.  263.
  526.               they will have a harder time making safe decisions about not drinking and driving
  527.  264.
  528.       B
  529.  265.
  530.               they will have a harder time reacting to hazards on the road
  531.  266.
  532.       C
  533.  267.
  534.               both a and b***********************************
  535.  268.
  536.       D
  537.  269.
  538.               neither a or b
  539.  270.
  540.        
  541.  271.
  542.       28:     Which of the following statements is true based on recent research:
  543.  272.
  544.       A
  545.  273.
  546.               many students support stricter alcohol policies
  547.  274.
  548.       B
  549.  275.
  550.               many students report being negatively affected by other students' drinking
  551.  276.
  552.       C
  553.  277.
  554.               many college students don't drink in high-risk ways
  555.  278.
  556.       D
  557.  279.
  558.               all of the above***********************************
  559.  280.
  560.        
  561.  281.
  562.       29:     A standard drink is:
  563.  282.
  564.       A
  565.  283.
  566.               12-ounce beer
  567.  284.
  568.       B
  569.  285.
  570.               2 ounces of liquor
  571.  286.
  572.       C
  573.  287.
  574.               both a and b***********************************
  575.  288.
  576.       D
  577.  289.
  578.               neither a and b
  579.  290.
  580.        
  581.  291.
  582.       30:     When faced with a friend who is trying to drive under the influence:
  583.  292.
  584.       A
  585.  293.
  586.               make sure a sober driver follows your friend home
  587.  294.
  588.       B
  589.  295.
  590.               listen to your friend if he or she says they are "okay" to drive
  591.  296.
  592.       C
  593.  297.
  594.               both a and b
  595.  298.
  596.       D
  597.  299.
  598.               neither a or b***********************************
  599.  300.
  600.        
  601.  301.
  602.       31:     Which of the following statement(s) are always true about alcohol:
  603.  302.
  604.       A
  605.  303.
  606.               the higher BAC rises, the harder it can be for people to control their actions
  607.  304.
  608.       B
  609.  305.
  610.               the higher BAC rises, the greater the chance of feeling tired, depressed, or nauseous
  611.  306.
  612.       C
  613.  307.
  614.               alcohol has no effect on some people
  615.  308.
  616.       D
  617.  309.
  618.               both a and b***********************************
  619.  310.
  620.        
  621.  311.
  622.       32:     A blackout:
  623.  312.
  624.       A
  625.  313.
  626.               can occur at a BAC of 0.10-0.15%
  627.  314.
  628.       B
  629.  315.
  630.               is when a person becomes unconscious from drinking too much alcohol
  631.  316.
  632.       C
  633.  317.
  634.               is caused by an impairment of the hippocampus
  635.  318.
  636.       D
  637.  319.
  638.               both a and c***********************************
  639.  320.
  640.        
  641.  321.
  642.       33:     If someone is showing signs of an alcohol overdose, you should:
  643.  322.
  644.       A
  645.  323.
  646.               not leave the person alone
  647.  324.
  648.       B
  649.  325.
  650.               lay the person on his or her side
  651.  326.
  652.       C
  653.  327.
  654.               call for help right away
  655.  328.
  656.       D
  657.  329.
  658.               all of the above***********************************
  659.  330.
  660.        
  661.  331.
  662.       34:     Alcohol can increase the chances of:
  663.  332.
  664.       A
  665.  333.
  666.               contracting a sexually-transmitted disease
  667.  334.
  668.       B
  669.  335.
  670.               having sex unwillingly or with an unwilling partner
  671.  336.
  672.       C
  673.  337.
  674.               damaging relationships
  675.  338.
  676.       D
  677.  339.
  678.               all of the above***********************************
  679.  340.
  680.        
  681.  341.
  682.       35:     When trying to convince a friend not to drive after drinking, you should try:
  683.  342.
  684.       A
  685.  343.
  686.               talking to your friend in private so he or she won't get embarrassed
  687.  344.
  688.       B
  689.  345.
  690.               telling your friend that you can't let anything bad happen to him or her
  691.  346.
  692.       C
  693.  347.
  694.               both a and b***********************************
  695.  348.
  696.       D
  697.  349.
  698.               neither a or b
  699.  350.
  700.        
  701.  351.
  702.       36:     High-risk drinking is defined as:
  703.  352.
  704.       A
  705.  353.
  706.               5 or more drinks on an occasion for women
  707.  354.
  708.       B
  709.  355.
  710.               6 or more drinks on an occasion for men
  711.  356.
  712.       C
  713.  357.
  714.               both a and b
  715.  358.
  716.       D
  717.  359.
  718.               neither a or b***********************************
  719.  360.
  720.        
  721.  361.
  722.       37:     Alcohol is:
  723.  362.
  724.       A
  725.  363.
  726.               a drug***********************************
  727.  364.
  728.       B
  729.  365.
  730.               an anti-depressant
  731.  366.
  732.       C
  733.  367.
  734.               a hallucinogen
  735.  368.
  736.       D
  737.  369.
  738.               all of the above
  739.  370.
  740.        
  741.  371.
  742.       38:     Which of the following is a key factor that influences BAC?
  743.  372.
  744.       A
  745.  373.
  746.               mood
  747.  374.
  748.       B
  749.  375.
  750.               body weight
  751.  376.
  752.       C
  753.  377.
  754.               gender
  755.  378.
  756.       D
  757.  379.
  758.               both b and c***********************************
  759.  380.
  760.        
  761.  381.
  762.       39:     Alcohol can have a negative effect on academic performance because of:
  763.  382.
  764.       A
  765.  383.
  766.               students being more likely to get behind in schoolwork
  767.  384.
  768.       B
  769.  385.
  770.               missed classes
  771.  386.
  772.       C
  773.  387.
  774.               delayed or forgotten work
  775.  388.
  776.       D
  777.  389.
  778.               all of the above***********************************
  779.  390.
  780.        
  781.  391.
  782.       40:     Someone might start to report feeling in a "good mood" at which of the following BAC levels:
  783.  392.
  784.       A
  785.  393.
  786.               0.02%***********************************
  787.  394.
  788.       B
  789.  395.
  790.               0.10%
  791.  396.
  792.       C
  793.  397.
  794.               0.15%
  795.  398.
  796.       D
  797.  399.
  798.               none of the above
  799.  
  800.  
  801. 3 CHEERS FOR ACADEMIC HONESTY!!!