Psych 111 Chapter Five
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Psych 111 Chapter Five
Questions from Psych 111 Chapter Five
What is the term for the awareness of internal and external stimuli?
What is the term for questioning whether we can be aware of things and have them still have an impact?
What are the three levels of consciousness?
What is the term for the sleep cycle that everyone has? (varies from person to person)
What stage of sleep in characterized by light sleep, small irregular brain waves, and relaxed muscles?
What stage of sleep is characterized by high peaking waves, sleep spindles, and bursts of electrical activity?
What stage of sleep is characterized by deep sleep, delta waves, and slow with high peaks?
What stage of sleep is characterized by progressively more delta waves (deep sleep)?
What is the term for the changing biological clock which leads to adolescents preferring to stay up late/sleep later?
delayed phase preference
What sleep disorder is characterized by a lack of breath while sleeping, which disrupts sleep patterns?
What sleep disorder is characterized by falling asleep suddenly or sleep attacks, which can occur at any time, and last a few seconds or up to 30 minutes?
What kind of insomnia lasts only a few nights, often due to anxiety or excitement?
What kind of insomnia involves poor sleeping for 2-3 weeks caused by ongoing stressors as well as medical problems?
What kind of insomnia is caused by underlying medical or behavioral issues, and does have a genetic component?
What sleep disorder causes people, usually children, to take nocturnal trips they don't remember but can navigate quite well?
What sleep disorder involves someone having a conversation while they're asleep?
What sleep disorder is sudden awakening with physical behavior associated with intense fear?
What sleep disorder is characterized by people acting out their dreams?
REM movement disorder
What is the term that describes the surface level of the dream?
What is the term that describes the hidden meaning, wishes, fears, or impulses trying to be expressed in dreams?
What is the theory that states that dreams are produced as people try to make sense of the random neural activity that occurs during sleep?
What is the term for a systematic procedure that typically produces a heightened sense of susceptibility?
What is the term for a substance that affects perception, mood, thinking, memory, or behavior by changing the body's chemistry?
What is the term that describes the progressive decrease in a person's responsiveness to a drug?
What is the term that describes when a person must continue to take a drug to satisfy emotional cravings?
What is the term that describes when a person must continue to take drugs to avoid withdrawal illness?
What kind of drugs speed up activity in the CNS and cause heightened arousal and activity levels?
What kind of drugs mimic endorphins, increase pleasure, and decrease pain?
What kind of drugs slow down CNS activity, induce sleep, and decrease activity?
What kind of drugs alter perceptions and distort sensory experiences?