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PSYC2004Spr10lec10post - I Consciousness Defined II...

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I. Consciousness --- Defined II. Consciousness --- Freud’s View A. Id, Ego, Superego B. Conscious, Preconscious, Unconscious; ‘Iceberg’ Model III. Consciousness --- Sleep A. Why We Sleep B. Sleep Stages This exam: WAY TA GO!!! Want to go over your it? Stop by the Intro Psych office during office hours, and/or email me at least one day before you want to see me. Next exam: ½ Hoffman, ½ Geller
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consciousness — awareness of mental processes such as perception, thinking, remembering Everything we might think or perceive if we attended to them Attention- brings material into consciousness
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“cocktail party phenomenon”: ability to split attention between a “foreground” conversation and a “background” one, and even remember aspects of the background conversation you’re not attending to.
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Consciousness according to Sigmund Freud (pp. 411-14) Austrian physician, psychiatrist, 1856-1939 Developed theory by treating people: from the middle and upper classes with emotional problems
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