History of Medical Cannabis Coursera Quiz Answers

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This History of Medical Cannabis course is designed to have you think critically about past, present, and future research on the health effects of cannabis by developing a more nuanced understanding of the barriers to research as well as different approaches to research.

You will learn about the history of cannabis cultivation, the legal history of cannabis or “marijuana”, and the obstacles that led to the lack of science on its medicinal use. You will also learn how to critically evaluate research on the effects of cannabis and discuss the associated risks of using cannabis in the context of public health and epidemiological research.

Finally, you will learn about how to administer cannabis products in ways that minimize risk and maximize any potential benefits. Obtaining this knowledge will be helpful in terms of informing public policy, public health, and personal decisions regarding the use of cannabis products.

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Week 02: History of Medical Cannabis Coursera Quiz Answers

Quiz #1 Answers

For a cannabis plant to be considered hemp, the THC level must not exceed:

  • 0.3%
  • 0.03%
  • 0.5%
  • 1%

How many states currently allow some form of medical cannabis?

  • 47 states
  • 47 states & D.C.
  • All 50 states
  • 27 states

Which federal law made cannabis a Schedule I drug?

  • Pure Food & Drug Act
  • The Anti-Cannabis Act
  • The Controlled Substances Act
  • None of the above- cannabis was never classified as a schedule I drug

Which of the following in NOT a terpene?

  • Linalool
  • Myrcene
  • Glycerol
  • Limonene

CBD has a _____ affinity for CB1 and CB2 receptors

  • Very low
  • Somewhat high
  • Very high
  • Average

The “entourage effect” refers to

  • The effect of CBD and CBG
  • The partial agonist effect of CBD on 5HT1A receptors
  • The interaction of cannabinoids and terpenes
  • The people that follow Cardi B and smoke weed

Which of these compounds is NOT found in cannabis?

  • Terpenoids
  • Glycerol
  • Nitrogenous compounds
  • Cannabinoids

When inhaling, THC blood levels reach a maximum after ____?

  • 5 minutes
  • 60 minutes
  • 45 minutes
  • 75 minutes

Which of these is one of the three main phenotypes in cannabis plants?

  • CBD type
  • Indica
  • Hybrid
  • Sativa

Which one of these has not yet been approved by the FDA in the US?

  • Sativex
  • Marinol
  • Cesamet
  • Syndros

Week 03: History of Medical Cannabis Coursera Quiz Answers

Quiz #2

Which of the following is considered the “gold standard” in research?

  • Randomized Controlled Trial (RCT)
  • Biomarkers
  • Single blind
  • Propensity scores

Carefully conducted research should attempt to avoid which bias of intuition?

  • All of the above are examples of biases of intuition that should be avoided in research
  • Confirmation bias
  • Availability heuristic
  • Cherry picking evidence

Which of the following is NOT a strength of cannabis studies involving human subjects?

  • Realistic conditions
  • High external validity
  • Doses of cannabis that humans actually consume
  • Low internal validity

Funding is a large limiting factor for conducting cannabis research. Which organization has funded the majority of cannabis research?

  •  NIDA
  •  NIH
  •  DEA

The placebo effect has a substantial influence on all “proven” medications, including cannabis. Why is it difficult to use a placebo condition in cannabis research?

  • People get mad when they receive a product that doesn’t make them high
  • Experienced cannabis users can easily distinguish a placebo cannabis treatment from an actual cannabis treatment
  • It is difficult, time consuming, and costly to create placebo cannabis products
  • The placebo could cause negative effects by changing participants cannabis routine

Week 04: History of Medical Cannabis Coursera Quiz Answers

Quiz #3

What does the Gateway Hypothesis suggest?

  • Using cannabis directly increases risk for using other illicit drugs
  • Early use of cannabis can result in the development of psychosis
  • The legalization of cannabis has led to more people driving while under the influence of cannabis
  • The easier cannabis is to get, the more people will use it  

The epidemiological evidence suggests that, since 2014, adolescent use of cannabis ______

  • Has stayed relatively stable
  • Has increased
  • Has decreased
  • d.   Went up the first year and then dropped dramatically

Which of the following statements is NOT true?

  • Acute use of cannabis can have a negative effect on cognitive function
  • The legalization of cannabis has clearly been associated with increases in traffic crash fatalities
  • Accidental ingestion of cannabis by children and pets leads to increases in hospital visits
  • Acute cannabis use impairs driving related skills in driving simulation studies

Which of the following is NOT a risk factor for experiencing a harmful effect from cannabis?

  • Having a family history of psychotic disorder/schizophrenia
  • Using cannabis at bedtime
  • Being a naïve user
  • Becoming a regular/heavy user at a young age

Which of the following statements is true?

  • Compared to concentrate users, flower users have a higher blood concentration of THC
  • Blood levels of THC do not seem to correlate with impairment
  • Concentrate users experience greater subjective effects (like feeling high) than flower users
  • The THC blood levels seen in concentrate and flower users are similar to the legal definition of intoxication

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