Prevention Values

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1. Among the legal drugs is ___.

  a. alcohol

  b. nicotine

  c. caffeine

  d. all 3


2. The "new" alcoholics are the ___.

  a. aged

  b. women

  c. teenagers

  d. baby boomers


3. There are ___ fully safe drugs.

  a. many

  b. some

  c. few

  d. no


4. A poor self-concept ___ resistance to drugs.

  a. breaks down

  b. improves

  c. does not effect


5. The main people that influence the use of drugs are ___.

  a. parents

  b. peers

  c. media people

  d. all 3


6. Taking recreational drugs ___.

  a. solves problems

  b. does not solve problems

  c. makes problems worse

  d. does not affect problems


7. When people take risks, they expose themselves to ___.

  a. new experiences

  b. danger

  c. loss

  d. all 3


8. Unreasonable risks are likely to result in ___.

  a. harm

  b. gain

  c. help

  d. benefits


9. Reasonable risks include ___.

  a. buying a music album

  b. using hostility to get something

  c. smoking

  d. gambling


10. Self-concept can easily be damaged by ___.

  a. acceptance

  b. trust

  c. criticism

  d. respect


11. Prevention efforts provide outlets to frustrations that are ___.

  a. destructive

  b. constructive

  c. neutral

  d. centralized


12. When doing wrong, a person must ___.

  a. accept the blame

  b. face the facts

  c. take the consequences

  d. all 3