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topic 4,5,6 Self-Review Exam 2

topic 4,5,6 Self-Review Exam 2 - Why is consciousness...

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General Psychology Exam 2 Self-Review Chapters 4, 5, 6 Remember: Anything I have explained in class is fair game for the test. The following outline is meant to be a way for you to focus your studying and quiz yourself. As with Exam 1, some of the questions will be strictly definitional and some will ask you to apply your knowledge—all in the form of multiple choice questions. Consciousness and Its Variations What is/ are……? The basic characteristics of dreams Circadian rhythms Consciousness Free-running conditions Hypnagogic hallucinations Manifest content/latent content (Freud’s dream theory) Meditation REM and NREM sleep REM rebound Sleep apnea Night terrors? What is the first 90 min. of sleep like? Why are most dreams forgotten? What is REM sleep behavior disorder? What are the effects of depressants and how do they exert their effects? (Not only is this info in Chapter 4, but I went over it during the Neuropsychology chapter.) Know the examples of barbiturates that I put on your handout (also found in the book).
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Unformatted text preview: Why is consciousness viewed as a river or a stream? What is the body’s master biological clock? Where is it located? According to the Restorative Theory of sleep, what is the function of REM and nonRem? What is the hypothesized cause of narcolepsy? What are two legal stimulants? Learning Who are……? B.F. Skinner Edward Thorndike Ivan Pavlov John Watson What is….? Behavior modification Classical conditioning The difference between positive/negative reinforcement What did the “Little Albert” study demonstrate? Memory Amnesia—retrograde/anterograde Capacity of short-term memory Chunking Encoding Episodic, semantic memory Explicit/implicit memory Iconic/echoic memory Organization of info in long-term memory Procedural memory Retrieval Retrieval cue Semantic network model Three stages of memory model Tip-of-the-tongue experience illustrates what? What are the causes of forgetting? What did George Sperling tell us about memory? Who is Elizabeth Loftus?...
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