Chapter seven terms Terms Detailed explanation with personalized example Consciousness States of consciousness Biological rhythms Annual

cycles Twenty-eight day cycles Twenty-four hour cycles Ninety-minute cycles Circadian rhythm Suprechiasmatic nucleus Sleep stages REM sleep Alpha waves Sleep Hallucinations Delta waves Differences in sleep need Effects of sleep deprivation Sleep theory protection Sleep theory restore and repair Sleep theory remembering Sleep theory growth Insomnia Narcolepsy Sleep apnea Night terrors Dream Manifest content Latent content Why we dream: satisfy our own wishes Why we dream: latent content

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Chapter seven terms Why we dream: to file away memories Why we dream: to develop and preserve neural pathways Why we dream: to make sense of neural static Why we dream: to reflect cognitive development Hypnosis Who is “hyponotizable” Hypnosis and repressed memories Hypnosis and a person’s will Posthypnotic suggestion Dissociation Hypnosis as a social phenomenon Hypnosis as divided consciousness Psychoactive drug Tolerance Withdrawal Physical dependence Psychological dependence Addiction Three misconceptions about drug addiction Depressants Barbiturates Opiates Stimulants Amphetamines

Chapter seven terms Methamphetami ne Cocaine Ecstasy Hallucinogens LSD Marijuana Biological influences on drug use Psychological influences on drug use Social-cultural influences on drug use Near-death experiences Dualist Monist

Chapter seven terms
Consciousness States of consciousness Biological rhythms Annual cycles Twenty-eight day cycles Twenty-four hour cycles Ninety-minute cycles Circadian rhythm Suprechiasmatic nucleus Sleep stages REM sleep Alpha waves Sleep Hallucinations Delta waves Differences in sleep need Effects of sleep deprivation Sleep theory protection Sleep theory restore and repair Sleep theory remembering Sleep theory growth Insomnia Consciousness States of consciousness Biological rhythms Annual cycles Twenty-eight day cycles Twenty-four hour cycles Ninety-minute cycles Circadian rhythm Suprechiasmatic nucleus Sleep stages REM sleep Alpha waves Sleep Hallucinations Delta waves Differences in sleep need Effects of sleep deprivation Sleep theory protection Sleep theory restore and repair Sleep theory remembering Sleep theory growth Insomnia Consciousness States of consciousness Biological rhythms Annual cycles Twenty-eight day cycles Twenty-four hour cycles Ninety-minute cycles Circadian rhythm Suprechiasmatic nucleus Sleep stages REM sleep Alpha waves Sleep Hallucinations Delta waves Differences in sleep need Effects of sleep deprivation Sleep theory protection Sleep theory restore and repair Sleep theory remembering Sleep theory growth Insomnia Narcolepsy Sleep apnea Night terrors Dream Manifest content Latent content Why we dream: satisfy our own wishes Why we dream: latent content Why we dream: to file away memories Why we dream: to develop and preserve neural pathways Why we dream: to make sense of neural static Why we dream: to reflect cognitive development Hypnosis Who is “hyponotizable” Hypnosis and repressed memories Hypnosis and a person’s will Posthypnotic suggestion Dissociation Hypnosis as a social phenomenon Hypnosis as divided consciousness Psychoactive drug Tolerance Narcolepsy Sleep apnea Night terrors Dream Manifest content Latent content Why we dream: satisfy our own wishes Why we dream: latent content Why we dream: to file away memories Why we dream: to develop and preserve neural pathways Why we dream: to make sense of neural static Why we dream: to reflect cognitive development Hypnosis Who is “hyponotizable” Hypnosis and repressed memories Hypnosis and a person’s will Posthypnotic suggestion Dissociation Hypnosis as a social phenomenon Hypnosis as divided consciousness Psychoactive drug Tolerance Narcolepsy Sleep apnea Night terrors Dream Manifest content Latent content Why we dream: satisfy our own wishes Why we dream: latent content Why we dream: to file away memories Why we dream: to develop and preserve neural pathways Why we dream: to make sense of neural static Why we dream: to reflect cognitive development Hypnosis Who is “hyponotizable” Hypnosis and repressed memories Hypnosis and a person’s will Posthypnotic suggestion Dissociation Hypnosis as a social phenomenon Hypnosis as divided consciousness Psychoactive drug Tolerance Withdrawal Physical dependence Psychological dependence Addiction Three misconceptions about drug addiction Depressants Barbiturates Opiates Stimulants Amphetamines Methamphetamine Cocaine Ecstasy Hallucinogens LSD Marijuana Biological influences on drug use Psychological influences on drug use Social-cultural influences on drug use Near-death experiences Dualist Monist Withdrawal Physical dependence Psychological dependence Addiction Three misconceptions about drug addiction Depressants Barbiturates Opiates Stimulants Amphetamines Methamphetamine Cocaine Ecstasy Hallucinogens LSD Marijuana Biological influences on drug use Psychological influences on drug use Social-cultural influences on drug use Near-death experiences Dualist Monist Withdrawal Physical dependence Psychological dependence Addiction Three misconceptions about drug addiction Depressants Barbiturates Opiates Stimulants Amphetamines Methamphetamine Cocaine Ecstasy Hallucinogens LSD Marijuana Biological influences on drug use Psychological influences on drug use Social-cultural influences on drug use Near-death experiences Dualist Monist

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