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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. What treaty legalized opium traffic in China?
(a) Treaty of Tientsin.
(b) Treaty of Telentsin.
(c) Treaty of Tentsin.
(d) Treaty of Tentsin.
2. Where is Cannabis native to?
(a) The heartlands of South Africa.
(b) The heartlands of Central Asia.
(c) The heartlands of India.
(d) The heartlands of China.
3. What was the opium tincture's name?
4. What had caused the abandonment of Catal Huyuk?
(b) All of these.
5. On what day was tobacco first introduced into Europe?
(a) November 2, 1493.
(b) November 3, 1492.
(c) November 2, 1492.
(d) December 8, 1652.
6. What was likely to be America's greatest agricultural product?
7. When was tobacco smoking introduced to Europe?
(a) In the sixteenth century.
(b) In the mid sixteenth century.
(c) In the mid fifteenth century.
(d) In the fifteenth century.
8. When was cocaine isolated for the first time?
9. How did Leary and Schultes compare?
(a) They were colleagues and friends.
(b) They were opposites.
(c) They studied together.
(d) All of these.
10. What is the snake a symbol of regarding shamanic convention?
(a) The deceased.
(b) The reborn.
(c) The devil.
11. Under which science was to advance our knowledge of hallucinogenics?
12. During the golden age of Athens, how many of the population were slaves?
(a) One half.
(b) Three in four.
(c) Two thirds.
(d) Three quarters.
13. When did cocaine and heroin become illegal in the USA?
14. What was made by Raymond Lully?
15. What Canadian psychologist(s) found that patients treated for alcoholism with LSD improved?
(a) Humphrey Osmond.
(b) Abram Hoffer.
(c) Neither of these.
(d) Both of these.
Short Answer Questions
1. When was the Doors of Perception written?
2. What did LSD do?
3. When was smoking itself introduced in Europe?
4. What were hemp preparations in wine used for?
5. What is in the typical American diet?
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