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Chapter 4 Lecture Notes Different States of Consciousness 6 60 6 60 6 60 6 60 6 60 6 60 6 60 Consciousness The awareness of internal and extermal events gt Theory of the Mind Individuals have different experiences gt False beliefs Levels of Awareness Higher level Controlled responses problem solving Lower level Automatic responses day dreaming Altered State of Mind Drugs Trauma Hypnosis Etc Subconscious sleep and dreaming Unconscious comas Sleep and Dreams Controlled by a biological clock gt Circadia Rhythm Biological cycles based on a 24 hour day Suprachlasmic Nucleus controls Light and Dark Desynchronization sunlight when you walk out and vision is out of wack Functions of Sleep gt Evolution and Adaptation Sleep at night because humans rely on vision gt Energy Conservation gt Repairing and restoring Lets brain rest reduces the breakdown of proteins Sleep Dprivation Sets back problem solving skills gt Sensory experiences hallucinations gt Randy Gardner 264 hours no sleep then slept 14 hours Sleep and Dreams Altered State of mind gt EEG measures the Brain Activity Height frequency and regularity Stages of sleep gt Stage 1 quotnot being asleepquot gt Stage 2 Theta waves interrupted by bursts of evergy called sleep spindles gt Stage 3 Delta Waves Slow waves Deeper Sleep gt Stage 4 Same as 3 gt gt gt VVVVV REM sleep Dreaming State Sleep in about 90 minute cycles Goes from 14 then 41 ending in REM
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