LSU PSYC 2000 - SI Exam 2: Chapter 4: Drugs and Consciousnes

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SI Leader: Ashleigh Ledet ([email protected]) Sessions: Monday 4:30-6 in Coates 236Office: 39 Allen (basement) Thursday 4:30-6 in Coates 236Office hours: Wednesday 10:25 AM-12:25 SI Exam 2: Chapter 4: Drugs and ConsciousnesActivity 1: MatchingMatch each of the following waveforms with their appropriate stage. Think about which visible features on each waveform indicates AWAKESTAGE 1STAGE 2STAGE 3STAGE 4REMSI Leader: Ashleigh Ledet ([email protected]) Sessions: Monday 4:30-6 in Coates 236Office: 39 Allen (basement) Thursday 4:30-6 in Coates 236Office hours: Wednesday 10:25 AM-12:25 Activity 2: Fill in the Blank. Use the word bank provided to fill in the blanks- The adaptive theory of sleep- Non-REM sleep- Beta Waves- REM Sleep- REM Paralysis- Sleep Spindles- The Restorative Theory of Sleep- REM Waves- Delta Waves- Theta Waves- Alpha Waves1. This is the type of sleep when they eyes move rapidly under the eyelids and the person is typically experiencing a dream2. Type of waves that occur when one is awake and alert, these waves are small and fast3. Waves that occur when one is awake and relaxed, or in a stage of light sleep4. This type of sleep is any of the stages of sleep that don’t include REM sleep5. Theory stating that sleep is necessary for the overall functioning and physical health of the body6. Theory stating that sleep is the product of evolution, and that sleep patterns developed out of the need to avoid one’s predators during key hunting times 7. Brief Bursts of activity lasting only a second or 28. Brain waves indicating the early stages of sleep9. These waves look like beta waves due to the brief bursts of activity, however, they are differentthan beta waves10. Waves associated with the later stages of sleep, and occur when the brain is at the lowest level of functioning11. The body is unable to act upon dreams because the voluntary muscles are unable to moveSI Leader: Ashleigh Ledet ([email protected]) Sessions: Monday 4:30-6 in Coates 236Office: 39 Allen (basement) Thursday 4:30-6 in Coates 236Office hours: Wednesday 10:25 AM-12:25 Activity 3: For each stage, list the predominant brain wave type, if it is a light or deep sleep (expand), and at least one other characteristic about the sleep stageStage 1Stage 1Stage 2Stage 2Stage 3Stage 3Stage 4Stage 4Back to Stage 3 Back to Stage 3 Back to stage 2Back to stage 2REM sleepREM sleepSI Leader: Ashleigh Ledet ([email protected]) Sessions: Monday 4:30-6 in Coates 236Office: 39 Allen (basement) Thursday 4:30-6 in Coates 236Office hours: Wednesday 10:25 AM-12:25 Activity 4: Describe the effects of each drug listed, and assign each to a drug classificationAlcoholClassification:Effects: MarijuanaClassification:Effects: AmphetamineClassification:Effects: MDMAClassification:Effects: BarbituratesClassification:Effects: MescalineClassification:Effects: BenzodiazepinesClassification:Effects: MorphineClassification:Effects: CaffeineClassification:Effects: NicotineClassification:Effects: CocaineClassification:Effects: OpiumClassification:Effects: HeroinClassification:Effects: PCPClassification:Effects: Activity 5: Cool-down1. Sleep spindles are associated with stage ____ of sleep, while the hypnic jerk is associated with stage ____? a. 1 and 2b. 2 and 1c. 1 and 3d. 4 and 3SI Leader: Ashleigh Ledet ([email protected]) Sessions: Monday 4:30-6 in Coates 236Office: 39 Allen (basement) Thursday 4:30-6 in Coates 236Office hours: Wednesday 10:25 AM-12:25 2. The superchiasmatic nucleus instructs the ____ gland to release ____a. Pineal, melatoninb. Pineal, serotoninc. Pituitary, melatonind. Pituitary, serotonin3. The circadian biological rhythm occurs _____________ within a 24 hour time framea. More than onceb. Less than oncec. Once4. The ultradian biological rhythm occurs ___________ within a 24 hour time framea. More than onceb. Less than oncec. Once5. The infradian biological rhythm occurs ______________ within a 24 hour time framea. More than onceb. Less than oncec.


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