consciousness - consci ousness 1 Hallucinations brain wave...

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consci ousness 1. Hallucinations, brain wave changes and feeling bored are all found in: A. sleep B. hypnosis C. NDE D. drug - induced states E. sensory deprivation F. meditation G. NSC 2. Jill dreams that she trips and falls as she walks up the steps to the stage to receive her college diploma. Her psychoanalyst suggests that the dream might symbolize her fear of moving on to the next stage of her life—a career. The analyst is evidently attempting to interpret the ________ content of Jill's dream. A. manifest B. latent C. circadian D. overt 3. Which of the following is not characteristic of REM sleep? become more active. 4. REM sleep is: A. inhibited by alcohol and inhibited by sleeping pills. B. facilitated by alcohol and inhibited by sleeping pills. C. inhibited by alcohol and facilitated by sleeping pills. D. facilitated by alcohol and facilitated by sleeping pills. 5. Margie insists that she never dreams, but her roommate feels she can prove otherwise. To prove that Margie does dream, the roommate should:
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REM sleep and ask her what she's dreaming. 6. Sleeptalking may occur during: 7. The disorder involving uncontrollable attacks of overwhelming sleepiness is known as: A. narcolepsy. B. insomnia. C. sleep apnea. D. aphasia. 8. The impact of biological rhythms is best illustrated by: and alertness across the span of a day. 9. The large, slow brain waves associated with deep sleep are called:
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