5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- Cycle through stages
- Randy Garner
- after a length period of sleep deprivation, when you finally go back to sleep, the subject's first night of sleep contains a much higher proportion of _____ waves.
- a 2-3 second long periods of sleep--can even happen standing up. Usually happens while sleep deprived.
- b the second symptom of narcolepsy--recurring losses of muscle tone causing those afflicted to sit down or even crash to the floor unable to move for a couple minutes while fully conscious.
- c kid who stayed up for 11 days, then went to sleep for 14 hours and recovered. he was fine.
- d Delta waves. Slow waves
- e 1-2-3-4-3-2-1-2-3-4-3-2-1 etc.
5 Multiple choice questions
- it means "physician created" -- most cases of insomnia are the result of this. In a large part because of withdrawal effects from sleeping pills.
- they are the same in bacteria, fish, and humans.
- sleep disorder---experience sever daytime sleepiness and repeated 10-15 daytime sleep episodes.
- early morning bright lights and early morning exercise
- thought to be responsible for maintaining wakefulness. High levels = wakefulness. Low levels = sleepiness.
5 True/False questions
why sleep? → two theories. Recuperation and circadian theories.
effects of sleep deprivation → rats die, humans just get sleepy, and don't do well on tests of vigilance.
desynchronization → when two different cycles (core body temperature, and sleep-wake cycles become desynchronized). This suggests that there are more than one circadian timing mechanism, and that sleep is not casually related to decreases in body temperature that normally correlates with it.
5 beliefs about dreaming → synthesized from serotonin in the pineal gland, it has been assumed to play a role in promoting sleep or regulating it's timing in mammals.
recuperation/circadian → when two different cycles (core body temperature, and sleep-wake cycles become desynchronized). This suggests that there are more than one circadian timing mechanism, and that sleep is not casually related to decreases in body temperature that normally correlates with it.