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Consciousness and levels of consciousness
Consciousness
Waking consciousness
Altered state of consciousness us
Circadian rhythm
A persons awareness of everything that is going on around him…
State in which thoughts feelings, and sensations are clear, o…
State in which there is a shift in the quality or pattern of…
Cycle of bodily rhythms that occurs over a 24 hour.
Consciousness
A persons awareness of everything that is going on around him…
Waking consciousness
State in which thoughts feelings, and sensations are clear, o…
Levels of consciousness
Confused
Delirious
Lethargic
Obtunded
Slight decrease in consciousness, slow mental response, decre…
Easily agitated, irritable, exhibits, hallucinations
Sleepy, arouses easily, responds appropriately when aroused
Awakens w difficulty, responds appropriately when aroused
Confused
Slight decrease in consciousness, slow mental response, decre…
Delirious
Easily agitated, irritable, exhibits, hallucinations
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Levels of Consciousness
Conscious Level
Nonconscious level
Preconscious
Subconscious level
*Information (about self and environment) you are currently a…
~Body processes controlled by our mind that we are rarely (if…
~information that is not conscious but could be ... ("what was u…
~information we are not consciously aware of but we know must…
Conscious Level
*Information (about self and environment) you are currently a…
Nonconscious level
~Body processes controlled by our mind that we are rarely (if…
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States of Consciousness/ Levels of Consciousness
Conciousness
Monism
Dualism
Conscious
Level of awareness
Brain and mind are one ... If your brain dies; your mind does too
Brain is separate from your brain... If your brain dies; your mi…
Aware at this moment... ex: I'm in psych and listening to lecture
Conciousness
Level of awareness
Monism
Brain and mind are one ... If your brain dies; your mind does too
Levels of Consciousness
Alert
Lethargic
Obtunded
Stupor
-awake and attentive to normal levels of stimuli... -Interaction…
-appears drowsy and may easily fall asleep without stimuli, p…
-difficult to arouse from a somnolent state and frequently co…
-(semicoma) response only to strong, noxious stimuli and imme…
Alert
-awake and attentive to normal levels of stimuli... -Interaction…
Lethargic
-appears drowsy and may easily fall asleep without stimuli, p…
Levels of Consciousness
BAR
Coma
Conscious
Disorientation
Bright, Alert, Responsive
Deep state of unconsciousness
Awake, aware, and responsive (aka alert)
Condition in which the animal appears mentally confused
BAR
Bright, Alert, Responsive
Coma
Deep state of unconsciousness
levels of consciousness
conscious level
non conscious level
preconscious level
unconscious level
holds to the thoughts and mental processes that you are aware…
includes physiological process that you are not conscious of…
stores sensation, memories, inferences and assumptions that a…
mental activity that can alter thoughts, feelings and actions…
conscious level
holds to the thoughts and mental processes that you are aware…
non conscious level
includes physiological process that you are not conscious of…
5 terms
Levels of Consciousness
Consciousness
Nonconscious
Preconscious
Subconcsious
Current level of awareness
Body processes that we are unaware of ex. Heartbeat
Info out of awareness but memories are easily accessible
Info out of awareness;memories aren't easily accessible (drea…
Consciousness
Current level of awareness
Nonconscious
Body processes that we are unaware of ex. Heartbeat
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Levels of Consciousness
Preconscious Level
Subconscious Level
Unconscious Level
Conscious Processing
can be called to consciousness - like memories
anything we can be primed for
repress thing we don't want to think about
sequential, relatively slow processing with limited capacity
Preconscious Level
can be called to consciousness - like memories
Subconscious Level
anything we can be primed for
levels of consciousness
conscious level
non-conscious level
pre-conscious level
subconscious level
aware of self and environment
body processes continue without you knowing
an idea or memory you are not currently thinking of but can e…
knowing that certain info exists based on behavior
conscious level
aware of self and environment
non-conscious level
body processes continue without you knowing
5 terms
Levels of Consciousness
Level 1 Conscious
Level 2 Nonconscious
Level 3 Preconscious
Level 4 Subconscious
Information about yourself and environment. •Memories •Proces…
Body processes controlled by mind and your not aware of it ha…
Information about yourself and environment your not thinking…
Information not consciously aware of but must exist due to be…
Level 1 Conscious
Information about yourself and environment. •Memories •Proces…
Level 2 Nonconscious
Body processes controlled by mind and your not aware of it ha…
Levels of Consciousness
Ascending Reticular Activating System
Descending Reticular Activating System
Consciousness
Lethargy
Functions to arouse and awaken the brain and control sleep-wa…
Enhances spinal cord antigavity reflexes and extensor tone of…
Refers to a state of arousal accompanied by awareness of one'…
Refers to altered consciousness in which a person's lecve of…
Ascending Reticular Activating System
Functions to arouse and awaken the brain and control sleep-wa…
Descending Reticular Activating System
Enhances spinal cord antigavity reflexes and extensor tone of…
Levels of Consciousness
Coma
Stupor
Delirium
Obtundity
state of unconsciousness and a level of unresponsiveness to a…
state of general unresponsiveness with arousal occurring from…
state of consciousness that is characterized by disorientatio…
state of consciousness that is characterized by a state of sl…
Coma
state of unconsciousness and a level of unresponsiveness to a…
Stupor
state of general unresponsiveness with arousal occurring from…
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Levels of Consciousness
Alert
Lethargy
Obtundation
Stupor
patient responds appropriately, opens eyes and looks at exami…
patient appears drowsy... falls asleep easily but can respond to…
Patient can open eyes, look at examiner but responds slowly a…
aroused from sleep only with painful stimuli ... verbal response…
Alert
patient responds appropriately, opens eyes and looks at exami…
Lethargy
patient appears drowsy... falls asleep easily but can respond to…
Levels of consciousness
Conscious level
Nonconscious level
Preconscious level
Subconscious level
Info you are aware of
Body processes controlled by your mind, not aware of it
Info about yourself that you are not consciously aware of but…
Info we are not aware of but we know they exist because of ou…
Conscious level
Info you are aware of
Nonconscious level
Body processes controlled by your mind, not aware of it
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Levels of Consciousness
Consciousness
Biological rhythm
Annual Cycle
Twenty-Eight-Day Cycle
Mental awareness of sensation, perception, memories and feeling
Any repeating cycle of biological activities such as sleep an…
An innate pattern of behavior that occurs on an annual basis…
A cycle that occurs every 28 days (ex. Women's fluctuating be…
Consciousness
Mental awareness of sensation, perception, memories and feeling
Biological rhythm
Any repeating cycle of biological activities such as sleep an…
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Levels of Consciousness
conscious level
Nonconscious level
Preconscious level
subconscious level
the information about yourself and your enviorment you are cu…
body processes controlled by your mind that we are not aware of
information about yourself or your environment that you are n…
information that we are not consciously aware of but know mus…
conscious level
the information about yourself and your enviorment you are cu…
Nonconscious level
body processes controlled by your mind that we are not aware of
Levels of Consciousness
Conscious
Nonconscious
Preconscious
Subconscious
Current awareness of self and environment.
Body processes controlled by the mind that we are not aware o…
Information about self and environment that we are not curren…
Information we are not consciously aware of but know exist du…
Conscious
Current awareness of self and environment.
Nonconscious
Body processes controlled by the mind that we are not aware o…
Levels of Consciousness
Coma
Stupor
Obtundity
Delirium
Unresponsive to all internal & external stimuli
general unresponsiveness, arousal occurs from repeated stimuli
state of sleep, reduced alertness to arousal, and delayed res…
characterized by disorientation, confusion, agitation & loudn…
Coma
Unresponsive to all internal & external stimuli
Stupor
general unresponsiveness, arousal occurs from repeated stimuli
Levels of consciousness
Most aware
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-
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Physical
Conscious
Pre-conscious
Sub conscious
Most aware
Physical
-
Conscious
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Levels of Consciousness
Coma
Stupor
Obtundity
Delirium
State of unconsciousness and the level of unresponsiveness to…
State of general unresponsiveness with arousal occurring from…
State of consciousness that is characterized by a state of sl…
A state of consciousness that is characterized by disorientat…
Coma
State of unconsciousness and the level of unresponsiveness to…
Stupor
State of general unresponsiveness with arousal occurring from…
Levels of consciousness
Alert (1)
Lethargic (2)
Obtunded (3)
Stupor or semi-coma (4)
Awake or readily aroused. Oriented, fully aware of external a…
Not fully alert; drifts off to sleep when not stimulated, can…
Sleeps most of the time; difficult to arouse- needs loud shou…
Spontaneously unconscious; responds only to persistent and vi…
Alert (1)
Awake or readily aroused. Oriented, fully aware of external a…
Lethargic (2)
Not fully alert; drifts off to sleep when not stimulated, can…
6 terms
Levels Of Consciousness
Alert
Lethargic ( or Somnolent)
Obtuned
Stupor or Semi-Coma
Awake, aroused, oriented, fully aware of external and i inter…
Not fully alert. Drifts off to sleep when not stimulated. Res…
Sleeps most of the time. Difficult to arouse. speech may be m…
Spontaneously unconscious, responds to vigorus shake or pain;…
Alert
Awake, aroused, oriented, fully aware of external and i inter…
Lethargic ( or Somnolent)
Not fully alert. Drifts off to sleep when not stimulated. Res…
levels of consciousness
stupor
obtundity
concussion grade 1
concussion grade 2
arousal occurring from repeated stimuli (sternal rub)
state of sleep, reduced alertness, arousal delayed responses…
no loss of consciousness, recover will be in less than 15 min…
mod head injury will last longer than 15 mins, will have poor…
stupor
arousal occurring from repeated stimuli (sternal rub)
obtundity
state of sleep, reduced alertness, arousal delayed responses…
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Levels of Consciousness
REM (stage 5/paradoxical sleep)
NREM
stage 4
melatonin
brain awake, body paralyzed, most dreams, memory consolidatio…
brain in idle, body moves freely, stages 1-4
deepest sleep, delta waves, hard wo wake someone, bedwetting,…
inhibited by daylight and is responsible for jet lag and seas…
REM (stage 5/paradoxical sleep)
brain awake, body paralyzed, most dreams, memory consolidatio…
NREM
brain in idle, body moves freely, stages 1-4
levels of consciousness
consciousness
cognitive neuroscience
nonconscious process
preconscious memories
the process by which the brain creates a model of internal an…
cognitive psychology, neurology, biology, computer science, l…
any brain process that does not involve conscious processing…
information that is not currently in consciousness but that c…
consciousness
the process by which the brain creates a model of internal an…
cognitive neuroscience
cognitive psychology, neurology, biology, computer science, l…
12 terms
Levels of Consciousness
Full consciousness
Full consciousness
Confusion
Confusion
Awake, alert, oriented
Alert, oriented to time, place, and person, comprehends words…
Impaired judgment
Unable to think rapidly and clearly, easily bewildered with p…
Full consciousness
Awake, alert, oriented
Full consciousness
Alert, oriented to time, place, and person, comprehends words…
Levels of consciousness
The patient who is alert is
The patient who is lethargic is
The patient who is stuporous is
The patient who is comatose is
Awake and responsive
Drowsy or sleepy but easily awakened
Arousable only with vigorous or painful stimulation
Unconscious and cannot be aroused
The patient who is alert is
Awake and responsive
The patient who is lethargic is
Drowsy or sleepy but easily awakened
Levels of consciousness
Alertness
Lethargy
Coma
Unresponsive vigilance... (Veg. State)
Alert Pt responds appropriately; can open eyes, look at exami…
Pt appears drowsy; can open eyes and look at examiner, respon…
A state of unconsciousness from which pt cannot be aroused, e…
State characterized by the return if sleep/ wake cycles, norm…
Alertness
Alert Pt responds appropriately; can open eyes, look at exami…
Lethargy
Pt appears drowsy; can open eyes and look at examiner, respon…
Levels of Consciousness
Alert
Confused
Delrious
Lethargic
awake, acting appropriatley
knows who they are but not where they are, what day it is, wh…
loses contact with reality, confused to time, place, person
drowsy, hard to wake up
Alert
awake, acting appropriatley
Confused
knows who they are but not where they are, what day it is, wh…
5 terms
Levels of consciousness
Coma
Stupor
Obtundity
Delirium
State of unconsciousness and a level of unresponsiveness to a…
State of general unresponsiveness when arousal occurring from…
State of consciousness that is characterized by a state of sl…
State of consciousness that is characterized by disorientatio…
Coma
State of unconsciousness and a level of unresponsiveness to a…
Stupor
State of general unresponsiveness when arousal occurring from…
Levels of Consciousness
Alert
Lethargy
Obtunded
Stupor or Semi Coma
Awake or easily aroused, oriented, fully aware, meaningful in…
Drowsy, falls asleep quickly; slow fuzzy thinking, spontaneou…
Sleeps most of time, difficult to arouse, confused when arous…
Arousable for short periods to vigorous shake or pain; simple…
Alert
Awake or easily aroused, oriented, fully aware, meaningful in…
Lethargy
Drowsy, falls asleep quickly; slow fuzzy thinking, spontaneou…
Levels of Consciousness
conscious level
nonconscious level
preconscious level
subconscious level
the information about yourself and your environment you are c…
body processes controlled by your mind that we are not usuall…
information about yourself or your environment that you are n…
information that we are not consciously aware of but we know…
conscious level
the information about yourself and your environment you are c…
nonconscious level
body processes controlled by your mind that we are not usuall…
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LEVELS OF CONSCIOUSNESS
1
2
3
4
UNCONSCIOUS
SLEEP
PRECONCIOUSNESS
DAYDREAM
1
UNCONSCIOUS
2
SLEEP
Levels of Consciousness
BAR
Coma
Conscious
Disorientation
Bright, alert, and responsive
Deep state of unconsciousness
Awake, aware,, and responsive; Alert
Condition in which the animal appears mentally confused
BAR
Bright, alert, and responsive
Coma
Deep state of unconsciousness
13 terms
Levels of Consciousness
RLA Level 1
RLA Level 2
RLA Level 3
RLA Level 4
No response... Total Assist... No attention level
Generalized response (some movement with pain... Total Assist... No…
Localized response (localized pain)... Total Assist... No attention…
Confused, agitated (no memory for learning)... Max Assist... Attent…
RLA Level 1
No response... Total Assist... No attention level
RLA Level 2
Generalized response (some movement with pain... Total Assist... No…
Levels of consciousness
Alert
Lethargic
Lethargic
Lethargic
awake, attentive to normal levels of stim
drowsy
may fall asleep if not stimualted
interactions may get diverted
Alert
awake, attentive to normal levels of stim
Lethargic
drowsy
9 terms
Levels of Consciousness
Consciousness
Unconscioiusness
Nonconsciousness
Circadian Rhythm
is everything we are aware of at a given moment
Altered mental state - complete lack of responsiveness to env…
Automatic biological functions work, nothing else
Biological clock, regular bodily rhythm that occurs on about…
Consciousness
is everything we are aware of at a given moment
Unconscioiusness
Altered mental state - complete lack of responsiveness to env…
Levels of Consciousness
How to grade unconsciousness
Imitators of coma
GCS parts
Eye levels
response to pain, respiration, pupillary reflex, cold water…
- barbituates... - locked in syndrome
Eyes (4)... Verbal (5)... Motor (6)
nothing = 1... pain = 2... verbal = 3... spontaneous = 4
How to grade unconsciousness
response to pain, respiration, pupillary reflex, cold water…
Imitators of coma
- barbituates... - locked in syndrome
Levels of consciousness
Conscious level
Nonconscious level
Preconscious level
Subconscious level
Your active awareness of info about your environment and self
The automatic body processes that are directed by the brain b…
Info about environment or self that you are not currently thi…
Info we are not aware of but we know exist due to behavior; p…
Conscious level
Your active awareness of info about your environment and self
Nonconscious level
The automatic body processes that are directed by the brain b…
17 terms
levels of consciousness
confusion
confusion
disorientation
disorientation
cannot think rapidly/clearly
impaired judgment/decision making
start of "loss of consciousness"
1st to time, then place, then memory, finally location of self
confusion
cannot think rapidly/clearly
confusion
impaired judgment/decision making
5 terms
Levels of Consciousness
Conscious
Nonconscious
Preconscious
Subconscious
Awareness at any given moment
Things constantly done but we are not aware of like breathing…
Things not in conscious state but can easily be brought to on…
Difficult to recall, possible root of behavior, suppressed me…
Conscious
Awareness at any given moment
Nonconscious
Things constantly done but we are not aware of like breathing…
15 terms
Levels of Consciousness
Selective attention
Direct inner awareness
Consciousness
Preconscious
Focus on a particular stimulus. Usually involves the 5 senses
Thoughts, image, emotion, or memories
aware of inner or exterior stimulus
Not aware right now but recall then if needed (ex. thinking a…
Selective attention
Focus on a particular stimulus. Usually involves the 5 senses
Direct inner awareness
Thoughts, image, emotion, or memories
Levels of consciousness
alert
lethargic ... (somnolent)
obtunded
Stupor or ... semi-coma
awake ... easily arouse able... aware of external and internal stim…
not fully alter, drifts off easily... drowsy but aroused by name…
transitional state between lethargy and stupor... mostly sleeps,…
responds only to vigorous shaking or pain with groans, mumbli…
alert
awake ... easily arouse able... aware of external and internal stim…
lethargic ... (somnolent)
not fully alter, drifts off easily... drowsy but aroused by name…
Levels of consciousness
Lethargic
Stuporous
Obtunded
Comatose
Drowsy, sleepy, somnolence or mental sleepiness
Arousable only with vigorous or unpleasant stimulation. Such…
Aroused only by painful stumuli (pinching or shaking IV) Resp…
Cannot be aroused at all. Most severe conciousness.
Lethargic
Drowsy, sleepy, somnolence or mental sleepiness
Stuporous
Arousable only with vigorous or unpleasant stimulation. Such…
8 terms
Levels of consciousness
Alertness
Leghargy
Obtundation
Coma
Appropriate responses, open eyes, look ar examiner, responses…
Drowsy, opens eyes, responds to questions, falls asleep easily
Open eyes, responds slowly and confused, decreased alertness…
Unconsciousness, cannot be aroused, eyes closed and no respon…
Alertness
Appropriate responses, open eyes, look ar examiner, responses…
Leghargy
Drowsy, opens eyes, responds to questions, falls asleep easily
Levels of consciousness
Consciousness
Freud's levels
Conscious
Pre conscious
Awareness of the outside world and one's mental processes tho…
conscious ,preconscious,subconscious/unconscious
Current thoughts and perception
Info that is stored in memory that can be brought into consci…
Consciousness
Awareness of the outside world and one's mental processes tho…
Freud's levels
conscious ,preconscious,subconscious/unconscious
levels of consciousness
Aroused by saying name and touch Will…
Aroused by loud verbal stimuli and vig…
Requires painful stimuli Response is w…
requires painful stimuli
Lethargic
Obtunded
Stuporous
Semicomatose
Aroused by saying name and touch Will…
Lethargic
Aroused by loud verbal stimuli and vig…
Obtunded
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Levels of Consciousness
4 levels of consciousness
describe the alert state
describe lethargic
describe stuporous
1. alert... 2. lethargic... 3. stuporous... 4. unconscious
normal, full consciousness
sleep, left unstimulated patient will fall asleep ... -normal s…
very lethargic, slurred speech, motor = unsteady ... -can't res…
4 levels of consciousness
1. alert... 2. lethargic... 3. stuporous... 4. unconscious
describe the alert state
normal, full consciousness
Levels of consciousness
waking
sleeping
circadian rhythmns
REM Sleep
normal state of consciousness characterized by alertness and…
less awareness than waking
sets sleep schedule that naturally adapts itself overtime
rapid eye movement resembling that of waking, but inhibited m…
waking
normal state of consciousness characterized by alertness and…
sleeping
less awareness than waking
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