Continuing with education is critical to adolescent treatment for the following reasons (circle all that apply):
a. Quitting is old behavior
b. Opportunity to develop self-discipline
c. Can coordinate treatment with educational treatment plans
d. Only b and c
e. None of the above
What, still developing, section of the adolescent brain is responsible for prioritizing, planning, and resisting primitive impulses?
b. Sympathetic nervous system
c. Central Nervous System (CNS)
d. Prefrontal cortex
A parent group that teaches ________________ is an essential element of adolescent treatment.
a. family of origin
b. 12 Steps
c. parenting skills
e. parents should not be involved until aftercare
he average age of onset for drug alcohol use in the United States is:
a. under 11-years old.
b. around 12 years.
c. around 14 years (entry into high school).
d. around 16 years
e. not until 18-years old.
According to the text, peer pressure comes in two forms ____________ and ____________.
a. same sex, opposite sex
b. older peers, younger peers
c. using situations, encouraged to use by using friends
d. using friends, sober friends
e. all are referenced in the book
he book identifies that early and late blooming adolescents may encounter types of problems. What are some issues that early blooming adolescent girls may have that are different from a late developing adolescent girls?
Early maturing boys are more likely to (circle all that apply):
a. feel good about their changes.
b. able to communicate emotions effectively.
c. smoke and drink.
d. be depressed.
e. have older friends.
Adolescent addiction can occur quickly, this is due to:
a. rapid tolerance phenomenon.
b. family history of substance addictions.
c. immature emotional development.
d. hormones exacerbate tolerance.
e. none of the above.