Biological Rythms

Biological Rythms - c. Less parietal lobe activity d....

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Biological Rhythms and Sleep A. Circadian rhythm a. Out of sync i. Jet lag B. Suprachiasmatic nucleus Sleep Disorders A. Insomnia a. Sleeping pills/sedatives B. Narcolepsy C. Sleep Apnea D. Somnabulism a. Sleep walking E. Primary hypersomnia Hypnosisis A. What is it? a. Role playing? b. Altered state of consciousness i. Highway hypnosis ii. Esp. Hilgards dissociation theory B. Characteristics a. Against will? b. Variance in hypnotizability c. Treatment for pain
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d. Lack of efficacy in decreasing smoking, losing weight, etc. Meditative State A. What is it? B. Characteristics a. b. More than relaxation
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Unformatted text preview: c. Less parietal lobe activity d. Increased left prefrontal activity e. Lower levels of stress hormones Psychoactive drug-induced state A. Alcohol a. Korsakoff’s syndrome, cirrhosis b. Negative Social Effects c. Gate Problems d. Types of drinkers i. Regular: 12 drinks/year ii. Binge: 5+ on same occasion at least 1X/mos iii. Heavy: males: 14+/week 1. Females: 7+/week iv. Highest rate of drinking: 21-39 years of age e. How much is one standard drink? i. 10-12 oz of beer ii. 5 ozs of wine iii. 1 shot or half a mixed drinked...
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This note was uploaded on 03/31/2008 for the course PSYC 101 taught by Professor Loeb during the Fall '08 term at UNC.

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