Saint Martin's College and Seminary

Thinking About Addiction Treatment

Chapter 2 test

Thinking about Addiction Treatment – Chapter 2
1) Saying that an alcoholic who returned to social drinking was probably not an alcoholic is an example of which fallacy. *
2) Blaming every problem on one overriding factor is called *
3) The “post hoc” argument means *
4) The term “model” is used in science to mean: *
5) The “Disease Concept” of addiction was formulated by: *
6) Which of the following is one characteristic of addicted clients? *
7) When it comes to treatment: *
8) A large portion of addicts become abstinent or return to moderate use. *
9) “Level of care” in addiction treatment is primarily dictated by *
10) The most widely accepted “patient placement criteria” is *
11) IOP stands for *
12) Oxford House is an example of *
13) Methadone maintenance is effective because *
14) Brand names for Buprenorphine include *
15) Research indicated that outcome for treatment often depends on *
16) Two types of cognitive models of therapy are *
17) Saying “I never get anything right” is an example of *
18) All therapeutic approaches will fail if you do not have *
19) In the acronym FRAMES, The “R” stands for *
20) In seeing addiction as a chronic condition, we should understand that *