Classnotes 6 - Know the 5 functions/indications of dreams...

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Classnotes 6 Intro to Psych – Fall 2007 Dr. Hunt Ch. 4 Consciousness Continued The Dreaming (REMing) Brain Visual Images:  Occipital Lobe  Logic and Emotion: Limbic Center  Depressed dreamers:  Prefrontal cortex Memory:  Long-term memory Short-term Memory Common traits of nightmares Location of Fear Boys Girls How is this related to an evolutionary interpretation of sleep? Dream Recall Who remembers more, less? How do SSRIs affect dreaming? What is REM rebound? What is the physiological purpose of REM sleep?
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Unformatted text preview: Know the 5 functions/indications of dreams we went over in class. Important : Get the information of the following disorders on your own from the textbook. Sleep Disorders: 1. Insomnia Restless leg syndrome Periodic limb movement disorder Treatment of Insomnia Stimulus control Relaxation response training 2. Narcolepsy Treatment of Narcolepsy 3. Sleep apnea Treatment of Apnea CPAP devices 4. Sleepwalking and night terrors: (parasomnias)...
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