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hypnosis a heightened sense of suggestability; not like sleep; brain waves similar to those in awake/relaxed state (beta & alpha); Mesmer 1 1 sleep a state characterized by changes in the brain and nervous system activity 2 2 stage 1 sleep awake, regular, beta waves 3 3 stage 2 sleep relaxed, meditated, alpha waves 4 4 stage 3 sleep sleep, theta waves 5 5 stage 4 sleep deep sleep, delta waves 6 6
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stage 5 sleep REM (rapid eye movement) sleep, dreaming, every 90 min. 7 7 dreams associated with REM sleep 8 8 Freud thought dreams reflected unconscious need and motives 9 9 sleep disorders common 10 10 night terror be dead asleep, wake up screaming, go back to sleep; young age 11 11 insomnia most common; can't sleep; occurs when in transition 12 12
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sleep paralysis can't move, open eyes; associated with irregular sleep; motor nerves (somatic NS) blocked 13 13 narcolepsy sudden urge to sleep 14 14 sleep deprivation messes with sleep stages; sleep bonuses are positive, feel refreshed 15 15 behaviorism characterized by goal to try to predict and control behavior; applies scientific method 16 16 classical conditioning principle of associating 2 different
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This note was uploaded on 02/25/2011 for the course PSY 301 taught by Professor Pennebaker during the Spring '07 term at University of Texas at Austin.

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