Exam 3 Review

Exam 3 Review - Will Cover Ch 5 - Sensation and Perception...

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Will Cover Ch 5 - Sensation and Perception Ch 6 - States of Consciousness Ch 7 - Learning Ch 8 - Memory Don't Need to Know -anatomy of the eye or the ear -extrasensory perception Make Sure You Know -sleep stages -People go through a full cycle of sleep every 90 minutes -Stage 1 -fantastic images that resemble hallucinations -sensation of floating or falling weightlessly -Stage 2 -relax more deeply -sleep talking starts to occur -Stage 3 -transition stage into deep sleep -Stage 4 -enter a deep sleep -it's hard to awaken someone -individuals will sleep walk -children wet the bed -REM sleep (rapid eye movement) -When you dream -Once here you are paralyzed -Can awake during this, you are still paralyzed -although paralyzed, you are physiologically aroused -body is in repair -stage 1, 2, 3, 4, really quickly 3, 2, then REM -effects of sleep loss -difficulty studying, irritability, fatigue, makes you stupid -alters metabolic and hormonal functioning -hurts immune systems -hypnosis -social interaction in which one person (the hypnotist) suggests to another (the subject) that certain perceptions, feelings, thoughts ,or behaviors will spontaneously occur. -not everyone is able to be hypnotized, your "susceptibility" relates to your ability to focus attention, be imaginative, etc -10% can have surgery under hypnosis
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-half can gain some pain relief -Is explained with two theories: -Divided conscious theory -dissociation - a split in consciousness, which allows some thoughts and behaviors to occur simultaneously with others. -Social influence theory
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