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Drugs that break down a psychological barrier against doing other drugs are known as __________ A. introductory drugs. B. gateway drugs. C. first user drugs.
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Drugs that break down a psychological barrier against doing other drugs are known as gateway drugs.
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On a city street you should be looking ahead of you as far ahead as the car in front of you. A. TRUE B. FALSE
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On a city street you should be looking ahead of you as far ahead as the car in front of you. This is FALSE.
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While their rational of a drug user's mind knows that they shouldn't use it again, another part of the brain overrides such warnings. A. TrueB. False
Weegy: While their rational of a drug user's mind knows that they shouldn't use it again, another part of the brain overrides such warnings is A.True. (More)
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Drugs that break down a psychological barrier against doing other drugs are known as __________ A. introductory drugs.B. gateway drugs.C. first user drugs.
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Drugs that break down a psychological barrier against doing other drugs are known as gateway drugs.
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If a person's body becomes so accustomed to a particular drug that it can only function normally if the drug is present, that person is ___________ the drug. A. dependent on B. tolerant of C. reliant on
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If a person's body becomes so accustomed to a particular drug that it can only function normally if the drug is present, that person is Dependent On the drug.

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