Practice Exam 2

Practice Exam 2 - Exam 2 Review Matching 1 deep sleep lower...

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Exam 2 Review Exam 2 Review
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Matching 1. deep sleep; lower frequency  and higher amplitude 2. dream sleep; high frequency  and low amplitude 3. high and mixed frequency  with low amplitude 4. light sleep a) Awake b) Stage 1 c) Stage 2 d) e) REM Sleep
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Read the story below and then answer  questions 5-6 After a hard day at work, you fall asleep and  dream that your boss has been turned into an  elephant and you are the only one who has the  power to change him back to a human.  However, you choose not to and you take over  his job. Later your mom comes in and praises  you for your promotion at work.
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5. This story just represents “day residue” and  does not really mean anything. Which  perspective on dreaming claims this? a) Cognitive b) Latent content c) Psychodynamic d) Physiological
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6. The fact that you took over your boss’s job and did  not help him represents a deep instinctive  feeling of wanting to succeed. However, all  people have similar dreams about this, so you  are not unique in this aspect. What  perspective is this similar to? a) Freud’s manifest content perspective b) Freud’s latent content perspective c) Jung’s perspective d) Hobson’s physiological perspective
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Psychodynamic: dreams mean something,  unconscious mind talking to us Freud: Manifest content: story of the dreams Latent content: hidden meaning people, dreams express deem instinctive feelings
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Cognitive: dreams important, but no hidden  meaning Day residue- dreams are product of neurons firing at  night that we used during the day Physiological: dreams start w/random neural  firings and once images are formed, brain makes  up a story
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7.  Research has shown that people  who are hypnotized are faking  it. a) True b) False 
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About hypnosis Not only dumb people hynotized People don’t usually do bizarre things after “waking  up” from hypnosis It doesn’t aide memory management
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8. According to the Information Processing  Model of memory, the difference  between short and long term memory is: a) The amount of time that events stay in your  memory b) A matter of degree; short term and long term 
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