Review Sheet – EXAM 3

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Review sheet page 1 of 7 1Review Sheet – PSY 352 Bradbury – EXAM 3 Sleep disorders Normal sleep – Timing and amount of sleep Brain and motor behavior during sleep 5 stages of sleep – order, amounts, characteristic brain wave patterns sleep architecture – timing and sequence of sleep stages sleep spindles Normal developmental changes in sleep Primary vs. secondary sleep disorder Sleep deprivation – what it is, its causes, how it is measured, its effects, etc. REM intrusions REM rebound Dyssomnias – definition of category and descriptions of individual dyssomnias: Insomnia Hypersomnia Narcolepsy Breathing related / apnea Circadian rhythm N.O.S. For each of the above – definition of abnormal, causes, treatment, developmental differences Parasomnnias – definition of category and descriptions of individual parasomnias: Nightmare d/o Sleep Terrors (aka night terrors) * same thing * What it looks like, sounds like, commonly involves, safe to wake up. Most commonly occurs in children. What stage of sleep? Basic cause (neurological). Sleepwalking REM sleep behavior d/o – people have tendency to move around in sleep and act out dreams. Usually involves relatively disorganized behavior. Pretty oblivious to their environment. Hypnogogic/hypnopompic hallucinations For each of the above – definition of abnormal, causes, developmental differences Other sleep topics/ terms to know: chronotherapy
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Review sheet page 2 of 7 Sleep hygiene Sleep latency Restorative vs. non-restorative sleep Pros and cons of sleep medications Noctural enuresis Co-sleeping Personality disorders Normal personality: What the heck is personality? Somehow we all know it’s there even though it’s very difficult to define and operationalize scientifically. Big 5 personality traits – CANOE What makes a personality “normal” or “abnormal”? Personality and environment – adaptive vs. maladaptive traits; niches Why “subclinical disorders” of personality are not diagnosable Radical behaviorist criticisms of the entire construct of personality Is personality the cause of behavior? If so, what behavior? Does behavior always reflect personality? If not, how can you tell when someone’s behavior is congruent with his/her personality and when it’s not? Personality Disorders:
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This note was uploaded on 04/22/2009 for the course PSY 352 taught by Professor Kirstenbradbury during the Fall '08 term at University of Texas at Austin.

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