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Module 3: Risk Factors for FASD
Test Your Knowledge Questions Pretest - Module 3
Pretests are designed to gauge your knowledge. Click in the circle next to the correct answer. A posttest will be given at the end of the module so you can see what you've learned.
1. Genes may play a role in how a woman metabolizes alcohol.
2. Timing of alcohol consumption can affect fetal development and can include the following defect(s):
3. Organ systems are most vulnerable to damage by alcohol during the period of most dynamic development. Based on animal models, this most likely occurs during:
4. Only maternal alcohol use during pregnancy can cause FASD.
5. Binge drinking (drinking four or more drinks in about 2 hours) has the same effect on the developing fetus as having one drink per day for 4 days.
6. The growth of a fetus is more affected during the last trimester and alcohol consumption during this time can put the fetus at risk for growth deficiencies.
7. Differences in drinking patterns can be crucial in determining the effects of alcohol use during pregnancy.
8. Children of drinking mothers over 30 are more vulnerable to being born with an FASD.
9. Identify the correct statement that lists risk factors for FASD.
10. If a woman binge drinks during a critical stage in early pregnancy, the fetal brain can be significantly harmed. These structural abnormalities may result in which of the following behavioral consequence(s):