Lecture_9(N) - PSYC 1010 LECTURE NOTES Nov 26/2010 TEST 2:...

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PSYC 1010 LECTURE NOTES – Nov 26/2010 4) Arousal and Cost/Reward Analysis Cost outweigh Reward – help indirectly o MODEL (Steps 1-5) i. Notice the Event 1. Interpret the event as an emergency (2+ people more likely, equally responsible) a. Decide that it is one’s personal Responsibility to act i. Direct Intervention ii. Indirect Intervention (Notifying others) b. Decide that it is not one’s personal responsibility to act (no helping action) 2. Interpret the every as a non-emergency (no helping action) CHAPTER 5: Altered States of Consciousness 1931 – EEG (Electroencephalogram) developed – can see brainwaves and electro transmissions Amplitute (volts) – amplitude of a given wave Frequency (Hertz) - of a wave Diffent names given to waves (classify what they look like) o STAGE 1: Lightest stage of sleep (Theta waves) – cane be easily awakened hypnic jerks Hypnagogic state (Transition from awake to sleep – feel falling)
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o STAGE 2: Sleep spindles – fast jagged waves (10-25 min), a little deeper sleep. o
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This note was uploaded on 12/09/2010 for the course PSYC PSYC 1010 taught by Professor Rebeccajubis during the Fall '10 term at York University.

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