IUB PSY-P 101 - Exam 5 (5 pages)

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Psy-P 101 - Introductory psychology
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Exam 5 04 15 2013 4 15 last time consciousness selective attention two more examples change blindness and selective attention in the real world next examples of altered states of consciousness sleep and dreaming hypnosis drugs first a correction udapte figure 3 2 do patients in vegative states show changes in EEG patterns to requests sleep and dreaming why do we sleep Why do we dream Suppose an extraterrestrial 1 two main types of theories of the function of sleep restoration of physical and psychological processes memory consolidation protection adaptive inactivity Don t wander around at night 2 how could you test to see if something is required by the body How do we know that we need food If you take it away you die 04 15 2013 5th exam 50 s 3 ex final questions from section 6 no questions based on exercises 1 3 old questions 1 3 changed from old exams 1 3 general concepts examples of general which side of brain is language generally located on Signal detection theory Cerebral cortex Independent dependent variables Experimental control groups Operant condition CS UCS CR UCR Sensory working long term memory REM sleep Absolute difference threshold Correlation Pysch review session Wednesday and Thursday Hypnosis Mesmer and the history of hypnosis Note difference between mesmers paitents and people hypnotized today o Expecatations arm drop demo A state of heightened suggestibility The need for a control group For hypnosis it is called a sham control The control group is instructed to behave exactly as they think a hypnotized subject would behave A double blind procedure is need what would a double blind procedure be in this case Some research findings Voluntary responses for physical activity no Intellectual capacity Modification of sensory input o Pain o Hallucinations Age regression Post hypnotic suggestions a strong impulse to do something memory dissociation or social phenomenon if all or nearly all hypnotic phenomena can be achieved by sham control subjects then what should we conclude about hypnosis drugs and consciousness text divides drugs into stimulants depressants and hallucinogens know which drugs fall into which categories alcohol stimulant may appear to be a stimulant one effect is to depress front cortical function which tends to inhibit behavior Reducing the inhibiting effect can lead to increased activity at higher doses depresses breathing section 5 motivation and emotion inferring motivational and emotional states by observing behavior Both act to generate guide behavior why do we need a concept like motivation Instincts what are they Important for humans Biological drive and homeostasis the goal is to return to equilibrium hunger as an example of a need drive model I need physiological state can be caused by deprivation which leads to bodily changes drive psychological response in part the result of need increased activity food seeking need produces drive behavior seeks food satisfies need restores equilibrium reduces drive incentive object in the environment that motivates behavior satisfied the need reduces the drive II short term regulation of food intake A why do we start eating o Stomach contractions B why do we stop eating o Full stomach hormones such as leptin and PPY III long term regulation the concept of set points IV specific hunger and salt regulation V can need drive model explain all motivation 04 15 2013


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