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18 Cards in this Set

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a general state of mind - AWARE
unconcious bodily actions
preconcious memories
memories accessible to conciousness only after something triggers them
Sigmund Freud
initial theory of unconcious
used to document the mental strategies and representations of knowledge that that the participants employ to do the task
experience- sampling method
subjects wear devices that signal them when to share they're feelings and thoughts
circadian rhythm
internal clock: arousal levels, metabolism, heart rate, body temp., and hormonal activity ebb and flow
rapid eye movements periodic intervals during sleep- dreaming
sleep walking
James Mass
sleep deprivation documentary
latent content
hidden meaning of dream
manifest content
appears to person after dream
dream work
distortion dream process
Barbara Tedlock
dreams keep u in touch with your ancestors and heritage
Hobson and McCarley
activation-synthesis model
stability over yrs. requires broader regions of brain
lucid dreaming
conciously aware that you are dreaming- can go in and change it
psychoactive drugs
chemicals that effect mental processes and behavior by temporarily changing concious awareness