Psychiatric Annals

CME PRETEST

Abstract

HOW TO OBTAIN CME CREDITS BY READING TMS ISSUE

The following articles and test are designed to provide psychiatrists with continuing medical education opportunities. Category 1 credits can be earned by reading the material and successfully answering the quiz. Complete instructions are given with the quiz located at the end of the articles.

To assist you in studying the material, this Pretest indicates some of the areas to be covered and will enable you to challenge your present knowledge of these subjects before reading further.

EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVES

In this edition of Psychiatric Annals the concept of alcoholism as a disease is considered. The meaning of the term disease and its relationship to alcoholism is discussed in an historical context and the exciting new developments in both human and animal studies which suggest that alcoholism and drug addiction have a genetic basis are presented.

PRETEST

1. Genetic factors may influence development ot addiction by all of the following except:

A. Influencing tolerance to drug effects.

B. Changing population prevalence of addiction by changes in gene frequency.

C. Altering or eliminating biological factors protective against addiction.

D. Influencing personality styles, thus influencing the likelihood of an individual seeking out drugs or responding to social pressure to take (or avoid) drugs.

2. Approximately how many genes do humans have?

A. 10 000.

B. 100 000.

C. 1 000 000.

D. 10 000 000.

3. Animals will not self-inject:

A. Amphetamine.

B. Pentobarbital.

C. Ketamine.

D. Chlorpromazine.…

HOW TO OBTAIN CME CREDITS BY READING TMS ISSUE

The following articles and test are designed to provide psychiatrists with continuing medical education opportunities. Category 1 credits can be earned by reading the material and successfully answering the quiz. Complete instructions are given with the quiz located at the end of the articles.

To assist you in studying the material, this Pretest indicates some of the areas to be covered and will enable you to challenge your present knowledge of these subjects before reading further.

EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVES

In this edition of Psychiatric Annals the concept of alcoholism as a disease is considered. The meaning of the term disease and its relationship to alcoholism is discussed in an historical context and the exciting new developments in both human and animal studies which suggest that alcoholism and drug addiction have a genetic basis are presented.

PRETEST

1. Genetic factors may influence development ot addiction by all of the following except:

A. Influencing tolerance to drug effects.

B. Changing population prevalence of addiction by changes in gene frequency.

C. Altering or eliminating biological factors protective against addiction.

D. Influencing personality styles, thus influencing the likelihood of an individual seeking out drugs or responding to social pressure to take (or avoid) drugs.

2. Approximately how many genes do humans have?

A. 10 000.

B. 100 000.

C. 1 000 000.

D. 10 000 000.

3. Animals will not self-inject:

A. Amphetamine.

B. Pentobarbital.

C. Ketamine.

D. Chlorpromazine.

10.3928/0048-5713-19910401-04

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