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The Quiz: 1 of 10
The leading cause of death among U.S. teenagers is
The Quiz: 2 of 10
True or False? Over 35% of motor vehicle crash deaths result from teens that drank before they drove.
The Quiz: 3 of 10
Research shows that teen alcohol and drug use are associated with serious risks to health and future. Which of the following have been linked to teen alcohol and drug use?
Depression, anxiety, ADHD, and learning disabilities
Lower chance of college admission and poorer grades in school
Less achievement in sports and performing arts
Liver damage, kidney damage, and acute chronic brain damage
All of the above
The Quiz: 4 of 10
The last part of the brain to develop, the prefrontal cortex, is responsible for:
The Quiz: 5 of 10
Of the following statements regarding marijuana use in teens, which is NOT TRUE?
More 15-17 year olds are in treatment for marijuana than all other drugs combined
Smoking marijuana regularly leads to a 5x increase of developing major depression or an anxiety disorder
Smoking marijuana more than 50 times increases your child's risk of developing psychotic disorders, like schizophrenia, by more than 6x
Smoking marijuana does not affect driving skills
The Quiz: 6 of 10
Intoxicated adults become__________; intoxicated teens become___________.
More active and social with impaired judgment; slower and sleepier with normal judgment.
Slower and sleepier with impaired judgment; more active and social with normal judgment.
Slower and sleepier with impaired judgment; more active and social with impaired judgment.
More active and social with normal judgment; slower and sleepier with impaired judgment.
The Quiz: 7 of 10
Parents can set a good example for what responsible drinking habits look like. What does the "0, 1, 3 rule" stand for?
0 drinking before driving, 1 drink per hour, 3 hours until alcohol has left your system
0 drinking before driving, 1 drink mid-week, 3 drinks per weekend
0 drinking before driving, 1 drink before dinner, 3 beers equals 1 glass of wine
0 drinking before driving, no more than 1 drink per hour, no more than 3 drinks per night
The Quiz: 8 of 10
When a parent allows underage drinking on their property, they may be both civilly and criminally liable.
The Quiz: 9 of 10
If you suspect your teen might have a substance use problem, the best course of action is to:
Demand weekly drug tests
Search their room, car, and backpack for hidden alcohol or drugs
Consult an experienced healthcare professional promptly
Give them the benefit of the doubt and be more aware in the future
The Quiz: 10 of 10
Parents can play a critical role in substance use prevention. Which of the following statements is TRUE regarding the family’s role:
Teens that have family dinners 3-7 times per week are 3x less likely to drink, and 2x less likely to smoke cigarettes compared to those with fewer family dinners
Parents’ who frequently talk about the dangers of drug use with their teenagers and set rules about not using drug use, have teens that are less likely to try drugs
Parents should store alcohol in locked cabinets; 30% of 12-14 year old drinkers got the alcohol from an adult family member
Teens with permissive parents drink more heavily than kids of non-permissive parents by a wide margin, 76% to 8%
All of the above
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