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Final Exam             

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1. Use of alcohol twice weekly by an under 21 could dramatically increase the chances of alcoholism later in life.
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While alcohol is clearly a drug, it is quite weak and its main effects are immediate ones, never long lasting or damaging.

3.

Even though I may choose friends who drink a good deal, that plays no role in my personal drinking choices.

4.

Tolerance does not mean a change in brain chemistry, rather, it is really just getting used to drinking.

5.

A couple of beers, twice a week, is not really any different to the brain at age 17 than it would be at age 21.

6.

Alcohol is first a stimulant, then a depressant. 

7.

Gin, rum, whiskey and beer all contain different kinds of alcohol. 

8.

It takes about four drinks for a person weighing 100 pounds to reach legal impairment.

 

9. List the seven predictive factors of alcoholism:
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10.  List the penalties for use of a fake ID:

11.  What does tolerance mean? (Don't guess)

12.  What was the doctor's name who listed the seven factors in the video?

13.  What are the two non-driving offenses that will cause you to lose your driver's license?(Check two)
 An MIP 
 Providing alcohol to an under 21      
 A second MIP
 Using a fake ID to try to buy alcohol

14.  How many testimonials about the effects of alcohol were shown in the video? 

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15. A second MIP will cost you your license.
16.

A person 21 who shares their alcohol with a person 20 faces up to $1,000 fine.

17. The body gets rid of almost all alcohol through breathing.
18. The amount of alcohol an under 21 needs in their bloodstream 
to be illegal is the equivalent of one, 12 ounce beer.
19. An under 21 driver who refuses the preliminary, roadside breath test (PBT) will get two (2) points added to their driving record and
can still be convicted of drinking and driving.

20. What or who is specifically described in the workbook and the video as a "sitting duck?"

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21. Simply because your father or uncle or aunt had an alcohol abuse problem, that doesn't mean you necessarily have a higher chance of an alcohol problem.
22.

Building a tolerance means you have actually changed your brain's 
natural chemistry.

23.

A 12-ounce beer has the same amount of alcohol as a 12-ounce wine. 

24.

The younger a person starts drinking alcohol (up to age 21) the more likely they will have trouble controlling their use of alcohol when they get older.

25.

A person under age 21 is legally permitted one drink in their system.

26.

A person with an open alcohol container, sitting in the back seat, can cause the driver to be arrested even if neither one has had anything to drink.

27.

Allowing someone to use your vehicle whose license is suspended could cost you 93 days in jail plus a $500 fine.

28.

Although the young drinker's brain may actually be changed by early alcohol use, it's no harder for them to drop drinking than it is for anyone else.

29.

As one builds a tolerance to alcohol, earlier activities, meaningful or enjoyable at one time, and friendships, very strong earlier, can be replaced by alcohol.

30.

A person that refuses a breathalyzer test can't be arrested for drinking.

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31.

Some penalties for totally non-driving offenses can cost you your driver's license.

32.

Any drinking/driving offense will stay on a persons record for a minimum of seven years. 

33.

A smaller person will keep the same amount of drinks in their system longer than a larger person.

34.

Three drinking/driving offenses, including an under 21, could lead to a prison sentence.

35.

Penalties for providing alcohol to a person under age 21 can be greatly increased if an injury or death results.

36.

Walking down the sidewalk after drinking, if you refuse the preliminary breath test (PBT), you can still be convicted of a Minor in Possession (MIP).

37.

The younger I am the more alcohol can change my brain.

38.

It is okay for an under 21 to transport a sealed, unopened alcohol container in the vehicle trunk.

39.      Do you feel alcohol is likely to cause you problems in your future?

40.      What will you do differently in the future to avoid further alcohol-related problems?

41.      The most helpful parts of this class were:

42.      My general comments/observations of the class are:

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