Our awareness of ourselves and our environment.
Focusing on a particular stimulus.
Contains material just beneath the surface of awareness that can easily be retrieved.
Relating to the lack of consciousness of inanimate things.
Altered states of consciousness
In which a person's sense of self or sense of the world changes
Rapid-Eye Movement Sleep
A stage of sleep characterized by rapid eye movements and linked to dreaming; also called REM sleep.
An inability to sleep.
Abrupt awakenings with panic and intense emotional arousal.
A sleep disorder in which breathing is interrupted.
A sleep disorder characterized by sudden and uncontrollable episodes of deep sleep.
Practice of quiet reflection to clear the mind and find inner peace.
System that provides information about something happening in the body.
A condition in which people appear to be highly suggestible and to behave as if they are in a trance.
A suggestion made during hypnosis that influences the participant's behavior afterward.
Compulsive drug craving and use.
Addictive depressants that have been used to relieve pain and induce sleep.
Drugs that increase the activity of the nervous system.
A class of stimulant drugs that arouse the central nervous system and suppress appetite.
Perception of an object or a sound that seems real but is not.
False idea that seems real.
The removal of the harmful substance from the body.
A drug that produces hallucinations.
Drugs that tend to slow down the central nervous system.