Sleep and dreams

Sleep and dreams - Sleep and Dreams Consciousness T h e a w...

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1 Sleep and Dreams Consciousness The awareness of the sensations, thoughts, and feelings being experienced at a given moment Waking consciousness Attention Monitoring Memory Control and planning States of consciousness Preconscious Not aware now, but could be Automatic behaviors Unconscious Hard to bring to conscious awareness
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2 Freud’s unconscious Cannot be directly accessed Motivates behavior Leaks Freudian slips Dreams Techniques Freud developed Cognitive views of the unconscious Implicit memory Skills Information Altered states of consciousness Hypnosis Meditation Sleep Drugs
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Need for sleep Adaptive theory of sleep Restorative theory of sleep Sleep occurs in regular pattern Circadian rhythm Circadian rhythm Approximately 24- hour biological clock On average: Most alert in late morning Varies with age Disruptions: Jet lag SAD Stages of sleep
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