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fl03stgui5&6 - Dr Jacob Psych 120 Fall 03 Study...

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Dr. Jacob Psych 120 Fall 03 Study guide for chapters 5 and 6 Chapter 5 Overview : In this chapter we will emphasize two types of alternate states of consciousness: sleep and dreams , and states induced by different drugs. 1. What are circadian rhythms? 2. Identify the two stages of wakefulness and the 5 stages of sleep . Label and describe the EEG wave pattern associated with each of these stages. 3. In which stages does dreaming occur? Identify the physical and physiological changes that occur during REM /paradoxical sleep. 4. Describe the sequence of stages of a typical night’s sleep, including the length of the sleep cycles. 5. What are the known functions of REM sleep? What is REM rebound ? Knowing the function of REM sleep, is it surprising that we spend more time in REM sleep the younger we are? Explain. 6. Describe the repair/restoration theory of sleep . 7. Describe the activation-synthesis hypothesis and the cognitive view of why we dream . 8. What is the difference between dyssomnias and parasomnias?
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