b. They are less prone to alcohol-related disinhibition than normal persons.
c. The issue of impulsiveness and ADHD are entirely separate conditions and cannot be
assumed to be connected.
d. They tend to remain intoxicated for a longer period of time after consuming a given
amount of alcohol when compared with a normal person.
In the not too distant past, opiate withdrawal for the infant born to a woman who was
addicted to narcotics
a. had a 90 percent mortality rate.
b. caused the infant to eat more than normal infants of the same age.
c. did not result in a neonatal withdrawal syndrome as the narcotics were unable to
cross the placental barrier to enter the fetal circulation.
d. was less intense than narcotics withdrawal for the mother, who was usually addicted
to opiates longer than 9 months.
A point of confusion for mental health professionals is that
a. the behaviors of codependency overlap with those of love relationships.
b. there is a danger that the codependent person will begin to accept delusions that the
dysfunctional person has as being real.