GenPsych.Lecture17.Sakai.Chavez.Fall2011.11.2.2011

GenPsych.Lecture17.Sakai.Chavez.Fall2011.11.2.2011 - Waking...

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Lecture 17 Instructor: George Chavez Waking Life
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Between Life and Death Death used to be ________ DEATH Hospitals were crowded like crazy! In 1968, the definition of death changed ________ DEATH: _____________________ Interestingly, some places still consider the old death the criteria for the absence of life. .
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Between Life and Death Minimally Conscious State Vegetative State Coma Brain Death
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Being Aware When are we aware or something? Is it gradual? Consciousness is ___ ____ _____ Dependent on dispersed brain activity
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The Unconscious Déjà vu experience A sense that an event is familiar… Some research suggests it is merely that we _____________________ _____________________ _____________________ _____________________
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The Nature of Sleep Our sleep schedules are governed by our circadian rhythm which _____ _____ ________ ___ ________ Shifting from Consciousness (wakefulness) “Unconsciousness” (sleep)
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The Nature of Sleep Morning
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