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Dissociation or a split in awareness is an experience commonly associated with
hypnotic induction
amphetamine intoxication
schizophrenia
withdrawal symptoms
relaxation training
The reduction in the body’s response to a drug which may accompany drug use is called
withdrawal.
addiction.
dependence.
tolerance
aphasia
According to psychodynamic psychologists, the unconscious
processes information of which you are unaware
includes unacceptable feelings, wishes, and thoughts
is characterized by a loss of responsiveness to the environment
is synonymous with the preconscious
develops after the ego and superego
After her bridal shower, a young woman dreamed that she was dining with her parents when a young guy grabbed her wallet containing her driver’s license, credit cards, cash, and family pictures. She awoke in a cold sweat. After discussing the dream with a friend, she realized that she felt anxious about losing her identity in her approaching marriage. The explanation of her dream represents the
manifest content
latent content
ego
activation-synthesis theory
cognitive analysis
Drugs with names like Xanax, Halcion, and Valium are
opiate
stimulant
hallucinogen
tranquilizer
alcohol based
Of the following, which does you hypothalamus regulate over the course of 24 hours? I. body temperature, II. Hormonal levels, III. Memory of the day’s events.
I only
II only
III only
I and II only
I, II, and III
Which of the following is a circadian rhythm?
The ebb and flow of an individual’s emotions during a 24-hour period
Jet lag experienced after an airline flight from Los Angeles to Tokyo
A cycle of biological functioning that lasts about 25 hours
The series of four stages that people go through during a normal night’s sleep
The systematic alternation between alpha waves and delta waves during sleep
Nicotine is classified as a
barbituate
stimulant
hallucinogen
tranquilizer
depressant
Perhaps the best known hallucinogen is
alcohol
cocaine
heroin
LSD
nicotine
Alcohol is classified as a
depressant
stimulant
hallucinogen
barbiturate
opiate
“Humans developed a unique waking-sleep cycle that maximized our chances of survival,” is a statement most typical of
developmental psychologists
physiological psychologists
psychoanalysts
sociologists
evolutionary psychologists
Which of the following is most likely to occur as a consequence of hypnosis?
increase in strength to superhuman levels
loss of bodily and mental control
genuine regression to earlier age levels
altered sensory experiences
increased clarity and accuracy of memory
Zen Buddhists and others practicing meditation are better able than most other people to stimulate their
sympathetic nervous systems
parasympathetic nervous systems
somatic nervous systems
salivation
urination
Of the following, which psychoactive drugs shares the most similar effects on the brain?
alcohol-marijuana
caffeine-morphine
nicotine-heroin
amphetamines-cocaine
barbiturates-LSD
REM sleep, generally an “active” state of sleep, is accompanied by which of the following paradoxes?
Slowed heart rate
Slowed respiration rate
Lowered blood pressure
Paralyzed muscle tone
Reduced eye movements
Which of the following will NOT increase behavioral and mental activity?
Cocaine
Caffeine
Benzedrine
Amphetamines
Barbiturates
Nightmares most frequently occur during
stage 1
stage 2
stage 3
stage 4
REM
Which stage of sleep typically has spindles?
REM
1
2
3
4
During paradoxical sleep, muscles seem paralyzed and
eyes dart about in various directions
breathing is slow and shallow
night terrors are likely
sleepwalking occurs
the sleeper is easily awakened
Night terrors most often occur during
Stage 1
Stage 2
Stage 3
Stage 4
REM
Hypnosis:
is characterized by brain wave patterns similar to sleep
is an altered state characterized by narrowed attention and increased openness to suggestion.
is a sleep state in which the subjects are partially aware of their actions and able to perform many activities not normally carried out during sleep
is considered by most scientists as a trance-like state where hypnotists have complete control over individuals
was introduced by the Austrian physician, Karl Zener
When a person is shut off from the world such that he or she cannot even tell what time it is by light or dark, their sleep-waking cycle
stays at about 24 hours.
shortens to an average of about 20 hours.
lengthens to an average of about 25 hours.
becomes completely disrupted
shortens to 12 hours
As you are reading this question, you are probably not thinking about what you ate for lunch. The memory of what you ate for lunch is most likely in your
nonconscious
preconscious
unconsciousness
sensory memory
attention
Which stage of sleep is characterized by brain waves with spindles and K-complexes?
stage 1
stage 2
stage 3
stage 4
REM
A person who has trouble getting to sleep is said to suffer from
narcolepsy
sleep apnea
insomnia
somnambulism
night terrors
Hypnosis is best characterized as a state that
gives the hypnotist complete control over the thoughts and emotions of the person undergoing hypnosi
induces heightened suggestibility in the hypnotized individual
is similar to the condition produced by excessive alcohol consumption
is similar to obsessive-compulsive disorder
is similar to the REM stage of sleep
The chief characteristic of hypnosis is
heightened arousal
increased suggestibility
enhanced creativity
increased awareness
increased clairvoyance
According to Freud, dreams are very often a means of
wish fulfillment.
solving daytime problems.
telling oneself what’s missing in one’s life.
categorizing one’s experience
organizing random neural brain activity
Freud believed that, in order to protect sleep and prevent the arousal of conscience, the content of our dreams is
suppressed
disguised
enriched
synthesized
fixated
Research suggests that the two most basic states of sleep are
alpha sleep and beta sleep.
light sleep and deep sleep.
alpha and delta sleep
REM sleep and non-REM sleep.
REM sleep and paradoxical sleep
A sudden, irresistible urge to sleep, which lasts a few minutes to half an hour during the daytime, is called
narcolepsy
hypersomnia
sleep apnea
sleepwalking disorder
insomnia
Physical cravings for a drug and unpleasant reactions when the drug is withheld are signs of
drug tolerance
psychological dependence
emotional dependence
physical addiction
mental dissociation
In small quantities, alcohol can be mistaken for a stimulant because it
inhibits control of emotions
stimulates the sympathetic nervous system
speeds up respiration and heart beat
induces sleep
affects the cerebellum
Which has enabled psychologist to learn the most about sleep processes over the last 50 years?
psychopharmacology
lesions
EEGs
CT scans
MRI

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Excuse me ! what do you want answered. I see something that looks like it may grow into a question followed by a shopping list of words/phrases that you hope will fit. then a few test questions that are not relevant to the question. The thought processes about as convoluted as a plate of spaghetti. The first question on your list was a statement that happened to be 180 degrees off. In hypnosis the subject is completely focused on a narrow stream of incoming information.They are completely conscious, wide awake and capable making choices. I do admit that you have… Read more »

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This looks much like a final exam. Please do your homework and you’ll learn much more. I suggest you study with a study group — if you do this consistently, you will learn a lot more and will be able to use the information on exams.

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do you own homework.