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Psych Test 2 Study Guide Filled Out

Psych Test 2 Study Guide Filled Out - PGS 101 Exam 2 Study...

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PGS 101 Exam 2 Study Guide Study tips: If a concept was covered in lecture, always use lecture notes. Only if not, then use book. Remember, material from the Methods lectures is game for any exam throughout the course. Freud Wish fulfillment: manifest and latent content Cartwright Information processing Hobson & McCarley Activation synthesis Biorhythms & sleep Circadian rhythms (about 24 hours) Natural sleep (light & body temperature) Resetting the biological clock Retina detects light Sends message to hypothalamus o Suprachiasmic nucleus (SCN) SCN sends message to pineal gland Pineal gland releases melatonin Melatonin adjusts clock EEG Electroencephalograph Sleep cycles Awake: Beta (lo voltage, hi frequency) Drowsy: Alpha Stage 1: Theta, few minutes Stage 2: Sleep spindles, mixed waves, ~20 mins. Stage 3 & 4: Delta (hi v, lo f), ~30 mins. R.E.M. (Rapid Eye Movement) (lo voltage, hi frequency), most dreaming Three functions of sleep Protective Restorative Growth Sleep disorders Insomnia Narcolepsy- frequent, brief, and uncontrollable bouts of deep sleep, sometimes accompanied by hallucinations and inability to move Sleep apnea- cessation in breathing during sleep Features of dreams Story-like Day residue- little things that may have happened that day Mostly mundane Three theories of dreaming Wish fulfillment Information Process Activation Synthesis
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