2-26-16 PSYC 110 - 008
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Date Created: 02/26/16
Psychology 22616 Forgetting Dementia Severe memory loss Often due to organic causes eg Alzheimer s disease Consciousness Our subjective experiences of the world our bodies and mental perspectives Alterations in consciousness Sleep Deviation for quotnormalquot states of consciousness Can be natural Sleep Daydreaming Seizures Or induced Drugs HypnosE Meditation Stage 1 Reality perception decreases Muscle twitches Stage 2 sower brain activity with small bursts of activity Stage 3 and 4 2050 of sleep Very deep sleep with little wakeability Children enter these stages more readily Stage 5 Rapid eye movement REM sleep Brain activity that mimics wakefulness Muscle paralysis due to activity in locus coerueus Eye and ear activity Disjointed dreams Dreaming Freudian dream theory Activationsynthesis theory Brain stem experiences random neural activity which forebrain tries to integrate into a story Neurocognitive theory Dreams are product of cognitive activity that happen whole sleeping Explains why dream content tends to match age and experiences in wordl HypnosE Uses suggestibility and trance states to alter thoughts feelings and behaviors Can cause minor dissociation 0 People can vary in hypnotizability CANNOT Erase memories Make people do thing they don39t want to
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