CH 7 outline

CH 7 outline - c. Effective for i. Pain relief d. Effects...

Info iconThis preview shows pages 1–3. Sign up to view the full content.

View Full Document Right Arrow Icon
CH 7: CONSCIOUSNESS I. What is Consciousness? a. The scope of consciousness - continuum b. Conscious and unconscious levels i. Mental processing without awareness 1. blindsight 2. priming research 3. mere-exposure effect II. Sleep and Dreaming a. What is sleep? b. Circadian rhythm i. Suprachiasmatic nucleus ii. Sleep as circadian rhythm iii. Hormone/chemical secretion 1. melatonin iv. Temperature variations c. Stages of sleep i. EEG ii. Stages 1-4 iii. Slow-wave sleep iv. REM 1. paradoxical d. Why do we sleep i. Functions of sleep ii. Sleep deprivation 1. microsleeps 2. disruption of circadian rhythms a. shift work b. jet lag iii. Sleep theories 1. restorative 2. learning and memory 3. adaptive e. Dreams i. REM rebound ii. Dream content iii. Functions of dreaming 1. Freud 2. learning and memory iv. Causes of dreaming 1. Activation-synthesis model 2. Connectionist approach f. Sleep disorders i. Insomnia 1. sleeping pills
Background image of page 1

Info iconThis preview has intentionally blurred sections. Sign up to view the full version.

View Full DocumentRight Arrow Icon
ii. Narcolepsy 1. cataplexy iii. Sleep apnea iv. SIDS v. Sleepwalking/talking vi. Nightmares vii. Night terrors viii. REM behavior disorder III. Hypnosis a. Hypnotic susceptibility/ability b. Not effective for…
Background image of page 2
Background image of page 3
This is the end of the preview. Sign up to access the rest of the document.

Unformatted text preview: c. Effective for i. Pain relief d. Effects replicated in non-hypnotized subjects e. Theories of hypnosis i. Selective attention ii. State theory iii. Role theory iv. Dissociation theory IV. Psychoactive Drugs a. Terms i. Drug ii. Psychoactive drugs iii. Psychopharmacology iv. Agonists v. Antagonists vi. Compensation vii. Substance abuse viii. Psychological dependence ix. Physical dependence x. Addiction xi. Withdrawal syndrome xii. Tolerance b. Depressants i. General effects ii. Alcohol iii. Barbiturates iv. Benzodiazepines c. Opiates i. General effects d. Stimulants i. General effects ii. Amphetamines iii. Cocaine iv. Caffeine v. Nicotine vi. MDMA (ecstasy) e. Hallucinogens i. General effects ii. LSD iii. Psilocybin iv. Peyote/mescaline v. Marijuana f. Dissociative anesthetics i. PCP ii. Ketamine g. Psychoactive drug use i. Who uses? ii. Biological predisposition iii. Social factors iv. Is addiction a disease? V. Near-Death Experiences...
View Full Document

Page1 / 3

CH 7 outline - c. Effective for i. Pain relief d. Effects...

This preview shows document pages 1 - 3. Sign up to view the full document.

View Full Document Right Arrow Icon
Ask a homework question - tutors are online