Review guidelines General psychology ch 10

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Review guidelines General psychology – 101:05 – Fall 2010 Chapter 10 1. How does your book define consciousness? What is the relationship between brain activity and consciousness? 2. What is a circadian rhythm? What kinds of phenomena in the human body are subject to circadian rhythms? 3. What is the difference between morning people and evening people? Do people vary in morningness/eveningness with age? If so, how? 4. What is the suprachiasmatic nucleus, what does it have to do with sleep? 5. What are common disruptions of the circadian cycle and sleep? How should one deal with these disruptions? 6. What are some reasons suggested for the need for sleep? 7. What are the stages of sleep? How are sleep stages measured? What is the
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Unformatted text preview: difference between REM and NREM sleep? 8. What are the suggested functions of REM sleep? 9. What is the difference between dreams during REM and NREM sleep? 10. What are insomnia, restless leg syndrome, narcolepsy, sleep walking and night terrors? 11. Describe the three theories of dreams: Freud’s, Activation –synthesis theory, and the Neurocognitive theory. 12. What is hypnosis? What is the relationship between hypnotizability and suggestibility? What is post-hypnotic suggestion? 13. What can be done with hypnosis, i.e. what effects can be achieved? What cannot be done with hypnosis?...
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