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Construct
concept used to telk about something we cannot see, touch, or measure directly
3 meanings of sense
Sensory awareness, direct inner awarness, sense of self
Sensory awareness
concious about sensation/enviroment (and sudden change)
Direct inner awareness
concious of memories inside yourself
sense of self
sense of self
3 levels of consciousness
preconcious, unconcious, nonconcious
preconcious
ideas you are not aware of now but could remember
unconcious
info that is stored/invaluable
nonconcious
biological functions
333 about Altered states
sleeping, drug/alcohol, mediation/biofeedback/hypnosis
circadin rythms
"biological clock" ~ changes in body temp, blood pressure, sleepiness
Where is the biological clock?
hypthalamus
stages of sleep
cyclical brain waves ``` eeg
4 types
beta... alpha...theta...delta
2 divisions of sleep are?
non REM & REM
What percentage of sleep is non REM?
80%
2 sleep theories
repair & adaptive
2 sleep theories
repair & adaptive
repair sleep theory
restore body/brain
repair sleep theory
restore body/brain
adaptive sleep theroy
sleep evovled
adaptive sleep theroy
sleep evovled
freudian view
unconcious wishes pain
freudian view
unconcious wishes pain
boipyscological
nuerons firing to the brain
extensions of waking life
thoughts in dreams we have in real lives
boipyscological
nuerons firing to the brain
insomnia
caused by stress
extensions of waking life
thoughts in dreams we have in real lives
sleep apnea
stop breathing during sleep and wake up
insomnia
caused by stress
causes of sleep apnea
snoring, overweight, or use of alcohol
sleep apnea
stop breathing during sleep and wake up
Narcolepsy
muscles relax suddenly and person falls asleep
causes of sleep apnea
snoring, overweight, or use of alcohol
REM behavior disorder
people who act out dreams
Narcolepsy
muscles relax suddenly and person falls asleep
meditation
used to narrow consiousness so stress of the world fade away
REM behavior disorder
people who act out dreams
meditation
used to narrow consiousness so stress of the world fade away
from where does meditation come?
buddahism and hinduism
from where does meditation come?
buddahism and hinduism
what does meditation do?
lowers blood pressure, heartrate and respiration
what does meditation do?
lowers blood pressure, heartrate and respiration
biofeedback
learn to control bodily functions such as heart rate and tension
biofeedback
learn to control bodily functions such as heart rate and tension
hypnosis
people respond to suggestions and behave as though in a trance
who started hypnosis?
franz mezmer-- 1700s
who can be hypnoized
not everyone