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Introduction to Psychology

by: Kemjika Echebelem

Introduction to Psychology PSYC 1101

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These notes are a Quizlet set that tests you on Ch. 4 (States of Consciousness).
Introduction to General Psychology
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This 2 page Class Notes was uploaded by Kemjika Echebelem on Sunday June 19, 2016. The Class Notes belongs to PSYC 1101 at Georgia State University taught by Sorenson in Summer 2016. Since its upload, it has received 7 views. For similar materials see Introduction to General Psychology in Psychlogy at Georgia State University.


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Date Created: 06/19/16
Introduction to Psychology Study 1. All ofthe LSD (Lysergic acid diethylamide) 17.What are the two metacognition (awareness) and arousal psychoactive drugs partsof are associated with consciousness? dopamine, except 18. What are top 2 Alcohol (1) and Caffeine (2) what? most used 2. Are you completely No psychoactive unaware ofanything drugs? when you're asleep? 19.What controls Reticular Activating System 3. Compare and They are both depressants, but our arousal? Contrast barbiturates barbiturates are much more 20.What do They decrease nervous system activity and tranquilizers. dangerous. depressantsdo to 4. Give 2 examplesof Nembutal and Seconal the body? barbiturates. 21.What doesthe The fact that our thought/consciousness 5. Give 2 examplesof marijuana and LSD term "stream of is constantly changing and is continuous hallucinogens. consciousness" 6. Give an example of2 caffeine, nicotine, cocaine, refer to? stimulants. methamphetamine, ecstasy 22.What isone ofthe pain killer 7. Give two examplesof opiates (narcotics), alcohol, key functionsof opiates? depressants. barbiturates, and tranquilizers 23.What isthe the desire totake more of a drug than 8. How do psychoactive They alter consciousness, modify definition of originally in order toget the same effect; drugsaffect aperson? perceptions, and change moods tolerance and Physical and Psychological 9. In psychology, what anything that comes from outside of what are the 2 isthe definition ofa your body types? drug? 24.What isthe Morphine is natural from the opium 10.Isaddiction and No difference plant while heroin is synthetic from escapism the same between humans thing? morphine and heroin? 11.The lowest level of Freud awarenessis 25.What dopamine associated with what neurotransmitter psychologist? isinvolved with 12.Review ofCh. 1: What functionalism the reward school ofthought did pathway? William Jamesfound? 26.What serotonin 13.What 2 functionsare self-control and decision-making neurotransmitter associated with isLSD involved metacognition with? (awareness)? 27.What'sthe If you're physically dependent on a 14.What are producing hallucinations difference drug, not having it will cause you pain; hallucinogensknown between physical but if you're psychologically dependent, for? and not having it will cause you psychological emotional/mental problems 15.What are the 3 types stimulants, hallucinogens, and dependence? ofpsychoactive depressants drugs? 28.What two nucleus accumbens (NAc) and ventral structuresin the tegmental area (VTA) 16.What are the 5 levels higher-level consciousness, lower- brain are ofawareness? level consciousness, altered states of associated with consciousness, subconscious the reward awareness, noawareness pathway? 29.When isthe reward pathway activated? When we have sex, when we are horny, and when we are hungry 30.Where isnicotine found? tobaccoplants 31.where isthe nucleusaccumbens(NAc) location in prefrontal cortex 32.where isthe ventral tegmental area(VTA) midbrain located? 33.Which psychoactive drug ismost damaging to alcohol your body? 34. Who coined the term "stream of William James consciousness? 35. Why isalcohol referred to asadisinhibitor? It lowers your inhibitions, allowing you todowhat you usually wouldn't (occurs by affecting frontal lobe)


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