psychoactive substance refers to substance, such as a drug, that alters mood or behavior.

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Psychoactive drug refers to a substance capable of altering attention, memory, judgment, time sense, . . . Read More
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Substance refers to a chemical that alters a person's mood or behavior when it is smoked, injected, drunk, . . . Read More
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hallucinogen refers to any psychoactive substance , such as LSD or marijuana , that can produce delusions . . . Read More
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Depressant refers to psychoactive substance that results in behavioral sedation, such substances include . . . Read More
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Sedative refers to a psychoactive substance that has a calming effect on the central nervous system; . . . Read More
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Substance abuse: Substance abuse refers to the use of a mood-altering substance in such a way that it . . . Read More
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Stimulant refers to a psychoactive substance that has an activating effect on the central nervous system. . . . Read More
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GHB (gamma-hydroxybutyrate) refers to an anabolic steroid (synthetic derivatives of the male hormone . . . Read More