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Chapter 7 Name: __________________________________________ 1) Consciousness involves all of the following EXCEPT being A) responsive to events in the environment. B) aware of your own memories. C) responsive to the thoughts of others. D) aware of your own thoughts and feelings. E) aware of your immediate environment. 2) Circadian rhythms are cyclic changes in body processes that take place A) at night as we go through each of the five stages of sleep. B) on a cycle of approximately one day (24 hours). C) over the course of a year, from season to season. D) during the day as our hearts beat and lungs breathe. E) over the phases of the moon.
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Unformatted text preview: 3) In stage 4 sleep, brain waves low in frequency and high in amplitude are known as ________. A) delta waves. B) sega waves. C) alpha waves. D) mega waves. E) beta waves. 4) The first REM dream of the night generally A) lasts only a few seconds. B) occurs at the end of the second or third sleep cycle. C) is a nightmare. D) occurs after about 90 minutes. E) lasts for about an hour. 5) A drug that is consumed primarily for the purpose of experiencing drastic changes in mood, thought, and perception is termed a(n) A) analgesic. B) depressant. C) hypnotic. D) stimulant. E) psychedelic. 1) C 2) B 3) A 4) D 5) E...
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This note was uploaded on 04/08/2008 for the course PSY 101 taught by Professor Adams during the Spring '08 term at Shippensburg University of Pennsylvania.

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