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states of consciousness
States of Consciousness

Watch the Watch

Sweet Dreams

Trippin’

Altered States

State of mmmBussssness

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Sweet Dreams

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Watch the Watch

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Trippin’

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Altered States

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an evolutionary explanation about why we sleep would be to
An evolutionary explanation about why we sleep would be to:
  • A) repair our brain.
  • B) promote growth.
  • C) keep us safe.
  • D) help us to remember.
  • E) None of the above

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6 biological processes that systematically vary over a period of 24 hours are called
6. Biological processes that systematically vary over a period of 24 hours are called:
  • A) daily regimens.
  • B) circadian rhythms.
  • C) sleep-wake cycles.
  • D) lunar cycles.
  • E) biological timer

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7 a hormone manufactured by the pineal gland that produces sleepiness is
7. A hormone manufactured by the pineal gland that produces sleepiness is:
  • A) serotonin.
  • B) melatonin.
  • C) L-triptophan.
  • D) dopamine.
  • E) norepinephrine.

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8 the rhythmic bursts of brain activity that occur during stage 2 sleep are called
8. The rhythmic bursts of brain activity that occur during Stage 2 sleep are called:
  • A) alpha waves.
  • B) theta waves.
  • C) sleep spindles.
  • D) delta waves.
  • E) sleep apnea

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9 sleep deprivation has been shown to
9. Sleep deprivation has been shown to:
  • A) increase attentiveness to highly motivating tasks.
  • B) increase hypertension.
  • C) enhance memory.
  • D) increase immunity to disease.
  • E) increase nightmares.

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10. Dream theory that REM sleep triggers neural activity that evokes random visual memories and what part of the brain does it originate from:

  • A) Freud’s wish fulfillment, Medulla Oblongata.
  • B) Information processing, Pons.
  • C) Activation Synthesis, Pons.
  • D) Information processing, Cerebellum.
  • E) Activation Synthesis, Hypothalamus.

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12. In one study, both hypnotized and non-hypnotized subjects were told to throw acid in a research assistant’s face (Owwwww!!!?!?. In this experiment, hypnotized people:

  • A) usually refused to do it.
  • B) behaved in the same fashion as non-hypnotized individuals.
  • C) were influenced to act against their own will.
  • D) experienced a heightened sense of personal responsibility for their actions.

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13 who was c redited for the popularity of hypnosis
13. Who was credited for the popularity of hypnosis :
  • A) Ernest Hilgard
  • B) Anton Mesmer
  • C) Philip Zimbardo
  • D) Sigmund Freud
  • E) Coach Knowles, that’s right!! Believe that!!!!!

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14 one plausible theory like the hypno dentist suggests that hypnosis relieves pain by
14. One plausible theory, like the hypno-dentist suggests that hypnosis relieves pain by:
  • A) distracting attention.
  • B) blocking sensory input.
  • C) eliciting a deep, REM-like state.
  • D) “fooling” the subject to believe there is NO pain.

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15 when hypnosis influences behavior after the hypnotic state the subject was given a
15. When hypnosis influences behavior after the hypnotic state, the subject was given a:
  • A) posthypnotic amnesia.
  • B) hypnotic command.
  • C) command suggestion.
  • D) posthypnotic suggestion.
  • E) hypnotic suggestion.

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16 nature of physical drug dependence involves these two factors
16. Nature of physical drug dependence involves these two factors:
  • A) tolerance and withdrawal.
  • B) drug type and amount.
  • C) quantity and frequency.
  • D) psycho-activity and abuse.
  • E) drug type and frequency.

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17. The need to take larger and larger doses of a drug in order to experience its effects is an indication of:
  • A) withdrawal.
  • B) dissociation.
  • C) resistance.
  • D) tolerance.
  • E) dependence.

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18 repeated use of an opiate
18. Repeated use of an opiate:
  • A) decreases the brain’s reproduction of endorphins.
  • B) increases heart and breathing rates.
  • C) does not seem to be followed by serious withdrawal symptoms.
  • D) triggers auditory as well as visual hallucinations.

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19 the drug ecstasy has the dangerous side effect of
19. The drug Ecstasy has the dangerous side-effect of:
  • A) causing dehydration, overheating, increased blood pressure, death.
  • B) increasing the risk of chronic depression.
  • C) impairing memory.
  • D) all of the above.

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20. When cocaine is snorted, smoked, or injected, it produces a rush of euphoria. As someone comes off this “high”, the end result is a depressive crash caused by:

  • A) depletion of dopamine.
  • B) depletion of norepinephrine.
  • C) depletion of serotonin.
  • D) all of the above.
  • E) A and C only

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21. After ingesting a small dose of a drug, Jen experienced vivid visual hallucinations and felt as if she were separated from her own body. She most likely experienced the effects of:

  • A) cocaine.
  • B) LSD.
  • C) heroin.
  • D) marijuana.
  • E) ecstasy

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22 which of the following is an amphetamine that acts as a mild hallucinogen
22. Which of the following is an amphetamine that acts as a mild hallucinogen?
  • A) Marijuana
  • B) Nembutal
  • C) Ecstasy
  • D) LSD
  • E) Heroine

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23 according to ernest hilgard s theory of hypnosis
23. According to Ernest Hilgard’s theory of hypnosis:.
  • A) becoming hypnotized depends on the willingness of the subject.
  • B) the subject’s consciousness is separated.
  • C) everyone can become hypnotized if the hypnotist is trained.
  • D) it is just another form of concentration.

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25. The best indication that dreaming serves a necessary biological function is provided by the fact that:
  • A) most dreams are psychologically meaningless.
  • B) the disruption of REM sleep leads to narcolepsy.
  • C) most mammals experience REM rebound.
  • D) sexual tension is naturally discharged during REM sleep.

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mmmbuss question the neurotransmitter is the main culprit involved in regulating our moods
mmmBuss Question. The neurotransmitter is the main culprit involved in regulating our moods:
  • A) serotonin.
  • B) norepinephrine.
  • C) orexin.
  • D) dopamine
  • E) melatonin.

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