that they don’t dream?
5.0/ 5.0 Points • A. The pituitary excretions in their brains do not activate the message of the thalamus while they sleep, so they do not experience “sensory events,” or dreams, in their sleep.B. The dorsolateral hypothalamus in their brains is not actively connected to the ventromedial hypothalamus, and so they are incapable of coding their REM experiences as dreams.C. They do not experience the daily events, both positive and negative, that stimulate dream activities.D. They simply do not remember their dreams; however, if they were awakened during a REM stage, they would be much more likely to remember a dream that they just woke up from. • • • Question 17 of 20 Jared is attending a comedy hypnosis show with his girlfriend, and he agrees to come up on stage and be hypnotized by the performer. While he is in a trance, he is given an instruction to flap his arms like a chicken and grunt like a gorilla as he runs through the crowd. Because Jared is usually a rather quiet and laid-back person, what do you think is most likely to happen when he “wakes up” from his trance?• • •
• Question 18 of 20 Researchers have discovered that susceptibility to hypnosis may be linked to efficiency of the __________ in the brain. • • • • Question 19 of 20 Marti was having difficulties with headaches lately, so she went to a neurologist for an examination. After extensive testing and investigation, it was revealed that she had a tumor on her __________ gland. The doctor said to her, “The biggest problem with this sort of tumor is that it is going to start interrupting your sleep. That is because it is supposed to release melatonin into your bloodstream, but as the tumor grows it will be unable to do so.” Which part of Marti’s endocrine system is afflicted with this tumor? • • • • Question 20 of 20 A __________ suggestion is an instruction that is made during hypnosis that is executed by the participant when he or she is no longer hypnotized. • A. hypnotic analgesicB. posthypnotic •
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