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Adderall Presentation

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Background Ways to Detect Adderall The Compound Outcomes/Consequences Process How it effects the brain The Ultimate "Study Buddy"
By: Amy Wilson Socially:
Adderall has been increasing in popularity among college students as a "study buddy" to help increase concentration and alertness Adderall is a type of amphetamine medically used as a stimulant primarily to treat ADHD and narcolepsy Stimulates the release of catecholamines
Inhibits monoamine transporters
Partakes in "reverse-transport"
Amphetamine and its analogs act as competitive inhibitors of monoamine oxidase Questions Adderall: - Hair

- Sweat Build dependency tolerance withdrawal symptoms anxiety attacks nightmares depression Sexual Dysfunction high abuse potential greater attention lower impulsivity increased alterness Amphetamine - Dextroamphetamine
- Levoamphetamine - blood - urine Kapadia, N. (2012, February 08). Adderall abuse and its implications for the college academic community. Retrieved from http://www-scf.usc.edu/~uscience/adderall_abuse.html

Multum, C. (2012, August 09). Adderall. Retrieved from http://www.drugs.com/adderall.html

Sherzada, A. (2012) "An Analysis of ADHD Drugs: Ritalin and Adderall," JCCC Honors Journal: Vol. 3: Iss. 1, Article 2.
Available at: http://scholarspace.jccc.edu/honors_journal/vol3/iss1/2

Verstraete, A. (2003). Detection times of drugs of abuse in blood, urine, and oral fluid. Retrieved from http://www.labmed.yale.edu/Images/detection times in urine rev_tcm45-9313.pdf References

Kapadia, N. (2012, February 08). Adderall abuse and its implications for the college academic community. Retrieved from http://www-scf.usc.edu/~uscience/adderall_abuse.html
Multum, C. (2012, August 09). Adderall. Retrieved from http://www.drugs.com/adderall.html
Sherzada, A. (2012) "An Analysis of ADHD Drugs: Ritalin and Adderall," JCCC Honors Journal: Vol. 3: Iss. 1, Article 2. Available at: http://scholarspace.jccc.edu/honors_journal/vol3/iss1/2
Verstraete, A. (2003). Detection times of drugs of abuse in blood, urine, and oral fluid. Retrieved from http://www.labmed.yale.edu/Images/detection times in urine rev_tcm45-9313.pdf www.personal.psu.edu www-scf.usc.edu
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