Chapter 5 - 1Chapter 5: Mind, Consciousness, and Alternate...

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1 Chapter 5: Mind, Consciousness, and Alternate States Vocabulary: addiction- a condition in which the body requires a drug in order to function without physical and psychological reactions to its absence; often the outcome of tolerance and dependence circadian rhythm- a consistent pattern of cyclical body activities, usually lasting 24 to 25 hours and determined by an international biological clock consciousness- a state of awareness of internal events and external environment daytime sleepiness - the experience of excessive sleepiness during daytime activities; the major complaint of patients evaluated at sleep disorder centers dream work- In Freudian dream analysis, the process by which the internal censor transforms the latent contents of a dream into manifest content experience-sampling method- as experimental method that assists researchers in describing the typical contents of consciousness; participants are asked to record what they are feeling and thinking whenever signaled to do so
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Chapter 5 - 1Chapter 5: Mind, Consciousness, and Alternate...

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