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Module 1: Historic Perspectives on Alcohol and Pregnancy

Test Your Knowledge Questions Pretest - Module 1

Pretests are designed to gauge your knowledge. Click in the circle or box next to the correct answer. Circles indicate that there is only correct answer. Boxes indicate that there may be more then one correct answer. There will be a posttest at the end of the module so you can see what you've learned.

1. Researchers first began to examine the effects of alcohol on the fetus in the early 20th century.

2. Identify when there was a known connection between alcohol use during pregnancy and subsequent fetal harm.

3. Identify two studies that had a significant impact on the field of FASD.
Select all that apply.

4. What is the estimated prevalence of fetal alcohol spectrum disorders in the United States?

5. Identify a barrier to determining the prevalence of FASD.

6. The Surgeon General first recommended warnings against alcohol use during pregnancy in the 1970s.

7. Congress passed the Alcoholic Beverage Labeling Act in 1988, which stated:

8. In 2000, Congress established a project under Section 519D of the Children’s Health Act to investigate and study the effects of alcohol on the fetus. What was the name of this project?

9. What year was the National Organization on Fetal Alcohol Syndrome founded?

10. What is FASD?

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