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when our mental activity undergoes a change in quality or pattern this is called
altered state of consciouness
which of the following is bad advice for someone suffering from insomnia
lie in bed until you fall asleep even if it takes several hours
which dream theory states that dreams are simply the brians way of explaining random neural activity while sleeping?
according to hobson and mcCarley, the BLANK area of the brian sends signals to the BLANK, creating what we interpret as dreams
Shelia once had a dream in which she was trying to reach something important but couldnt. the harder she tried , the less she oculd move-it was like moving in molasses. This is most likely explained by BLANK.
the tendency to act as though your bahvior is out of your control and involuntary is called the
Basic suggestion effect
in the BLANK theory of hypnosis, the person has a part of the mind that is not hypnotized and that is fully aware of the proceedings
larger and larger doses of amphetamines can lead to severe mental disturbance and paranoia called
caffeine replaced BLANK in patent medicines and over the counter preparations in the early 1900s
several of her firends suspect that marnie is using some sort of drug. She is very think, stays awake for long periods of time, and is often jittery, nervoud, and somewhat paranoid. If marnie is using a drug it is...
this drug was first hailed as the new wonder drug because the impurities that supposedly cuased many of the addictive and unpleasant side effects of the previous version had been removed. In fact BLANK was even more addictive and deadly
which of the following is a long-term effect of marijuana use
lung cancer, asthma, immune system damage
most of our time awake is spent in a state called BLANK, in which our thoughts, feelings, and sensations are clear organized, and we feel alert
which of the following situations is NOT an altered state of conciouness
when you are concentrating on a math test
when light begins to fade at the end of the day, the suprachiasmatic nucleus in the BLANK signlas the pineal gland to release BLANK
which of the following was not listed as one of the factors involved in the ability to go to sleep
body mass does not effect it; body temperature,serotonin levels, melatonin levels all effect it
the symptoms of sleep deprivation include all but which of the following
trembling hands,inability to concentrate, feeling of general discomfort; NOT hypnic Jerk
You hear about an accident that took place at 3:00 am the car was traveling along and then seemed to drift into the opposing lane of traffic, hittting an oncoming car head on. Give the early morning time, you suspect that the drier of the car that drifted over the center line most likely experienced a
it might be best to say that adaptive theory explains BLANK, whereas resorative theory explains BLANK
when we sleep; why we need to sleep
what is the first staeg od sleep in which, if awakened, u will realize that you were alseep?
which of the following statements about REM sleep is FALSE
Lack of REM sleep produces psychological disorders;
the eyes move rapidly
most people report that they were dreaming if awakened
the body is aroused and the brain waves resemble waking beta waves
if you are in REM Sleep but areable to move around and act out your drea,s, you may have a rare condition called
REM bahvior disorder
if you suddenly and without warning slip ino REM sleep during the day, often faling down as you do so you may have the condition called
a sleep disorder that may require the use of a machinet force air gently into the nasal passages called
randall tells his therapist that he has a dream about riding on a train that went through a tunnel. the therapist tells tandall that his dream was most likely about sexual intercourse, as the tunnel represents the womans vagina. randalls therapst is using the BLANK theory of dreams to explain randalls dreams
hypnosis has been shown to do all of the following BUT
regress people back to their early childhood experiences; induce amnesia, provide pain relief, alter sensory perceptions.
jackie used ecstacy while she was in college, but nowthat she has a govt job seh has avoided using any drugs. althought she had no problen quitting, she still finds that every now and then she gets a strong craving to use ecstacy again. her craving is most likely the result of
alcohol actually BLANK the release of GABA, a neuotransmitter that inhibits may brain functions
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