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Amphetamines-stimulants for the synthesize, commonly found inside is MethoWill induce crash, for ADH DCocaine-from cocoa plant feelings of euphoria and numbingNicotine-mild toxic stimulant producing slight rushCaffeine-stimulant mantan alertness and increase effectiveness of pain relieversMajor and minor tranquilizersoMajor tranquilizers-drugs that have a strong depressive affectBarbiturates-drugs I have sedatives sleep inducing effectoMinor tranquilizers-mild depressantoBenzodiazepines-lower anxiety reduce stressAlcohol-resulting from fermentation of vegetable matterNarcotics-depressant suppress pain by binding and stimulating nervous system for endorphinsOpium-pain relieving you phoriaMorphine-dissolving opium and acid wonder drugHeroin-was wonder drug derivative of morphine more addictive then opium and morphine4.9 what are some of the effects and dangers of using hallucinogenic’s including marijuana?Hallucinogenic’s-Brain alter interpretation of situationsLSD-synthesize from fungus can cause a difference in realityPCP-defendiendo’s can be hallucinogenic stimulant depressants or painkillingMDMA/ Ecstasy-stimulatory hallucinogenic’s drugs that produce a mixture of psycho motor stimulant and hallucinogenic effectsoLarge amounts of serotoninMarijuana-psychoactive
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Learning05/31/2016°reinforcement- anything that when following a response increase the likely hood that the response will occur again°5.1 what does the term learning really mean?Learning- any relatively permanent change in behavior brought about by experience or practiceRelatively permanent the first to the fact that people want anything some part of the brain is physically change record what they’ve learned without memory remember nothing of what we learnedFinal changes accomplish the learningMaturation-change in height and such are not you learning°5.2 how was classical conditioning first study and what the important elements and characteristics of classical conditioning?Reflex- unlearned involuntary response oStimulus-any object event event or experience that causes a responseoResponse-reaction of an organismClassical conditioning-Learning to elicit an involuntary reflex like response to a stimulus other than original natural stimulus that normally produces that response (salivating when one sees food)Unconditioned stimulus-stimulus that ordinarily leads to involuntary response,it is natural and unlearnedConditioned stimulus-a previously neutral stimulus that was LearnedNeutral stimulus-does not cause responseConditioned response-response is given to condition stimulus is usually not quite us strong as the unconditioned response it comes as a learned response to the conditioned stimulus