Chapter 6 States of Consciousness

Chapter 6 States of Consciousness - Chapter 6 States of...

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Chapter 6 States of Consciousness 1) The expression of “stream of consciousness” reflects the dynamic nature of consciousness. 2) Unconscious cannot be easily brought into consciousness. 3) The modular model of the mind argues that the mind is made up of information-processing subsystems within the brain that perform tasks related to sensation, perception, memory, etc. 4) As you learn how to drive a car, you must pay close attention to each task you perform. You focus very carefully on the vehicles around you. This is an illustration of controlled type of processing. 5) The suprachiasmatic nucleus (SCN) in the brain, functions in the brain’s clock . 6) Daily biological cycles of sleep and wakefulness are called Circadian rhythms. 7) Your pineal gland secretes Melatonin that has relaxing effect of the body. 8) At regular times throughout each year, Shirley finds that she feels low in energy, tired, and sad. This consistent pattern of these symptoms at the same time every year may be indicative of SAD . 9) Seasonal effective disorder has been shown to be effectively treated with General depressants
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