Questions on the drug ecstasy

Oct 17th, 2015
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Question description

You will need to locate information from at least one CREDIBLE internet sources, in addition to your text.  The last question requires you provide direct links to any webpages you use so be sure to keep track.   Credible sources can include:

  • National Institute of Health
  • National Institute of Mental Health
  • Department of Health and Human Services
  • National Institute on Drug Abuse

Remember, when answering your questions, you are not to cut and paste or copy your answers from another source.  You are expected to use your own words, which means NO QUOTES!!!!   I do check for plagiarism. 


QuestionsPlease number your responses, type the question, followed by your answer, and hit enter after each one.

  1. Which of the 3 classifications does this drug fit into from the textbook?  What are some effects this classification of drugs has on the body and behavior?
  2. Tell me 1 neurotransmitter the drug affects and what the neurotransmitter is generally responsible for.  How does the drug affect this neurotransmitter -  does it increase or decrease the amount of it?
  3. Name 1 specific brain part (for example, cerebellum, amygdala, hypothalaums, etc...)  that is impacted by this drug; explain what the drug does to this brain part and the resulting behavior. 
  4. What is the addictive potential for this drug; in other words, will users likely experience addiction and how strongly will it be?  
  5. Will a user experience withdraw and if so, what will it look like? 
  6. List all  the web sites you used to gather your information.

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