Type
Crossword
Description

Internal cycle of biological activity Biological rhythm
Sleep disorder with episodes during which breathing stops during sleep sleep apnea
Result of insufficient sleep on a chronic basis Sleep Debt
Sleep deprived individuals will experience longer sleep latencies during subsequent opportunities for sleep Sleep Rebound
Drug that tends to increase overall levels of neural activity, includes caffeine, nicotine, amphetamines and cocaine stimulant
Infant with no apparent medical condition suddenly dies during sleep SIDS
Characterized by high levels of sensory awareness, thought and behavior wakefulness
Variety of negative symptoms experienced when drug use is discontinued withdrawal
State marked by relatively low levels of physical activity and reduced sensory awareness that is distinct from periods of rest that occur durin wakefulness Sleep
Sleep disorder in which the sufferer cannot resist falling to sleep at inopportune times narcolepsy
Clearing the mindin order to achieve a state of relaxed awareness and focus meditation
People become aware that they are dreaming and can control the dream's content lucid dream
Consistent difficulty in falling or staying asleep for at least three nights a week over a month's time insomnia
Tendency to maintain a balance, or optimal level, within a biological system homeostasis
Drug that tends to suppres central nervous system activity depressant
Awareness of internal and external stimuli consciousness
Biological rhythm that occurs over approximately 24 hours circadian rhythm
Hormone secreted by the endocrine gland that serves as an important regulator of the sleep-wake cycle melatonin

States of Consciousness Crossword!

Type
Crossword
Description

Awareness of ourselves and our environments Consciousness
A split in consciousness Dissociation
The biological clock CircadianRhythm
Relatively slow waves in a relaxed, awake state Alpha
Uncontrollable sleep attacks are a symptom of this sleep disorder Narcolepsy
According to Freud, the underlying meaning of a dream LatentContent
Drugs that reduce neural activity and slow body functions Depressants
Also called "psychedelic" drugs that distort perceptions and evoke sensory images Hallucinogens
Sleep spindles occur in this stage of sleep NREM2
A social interaction in which one person responds to another person’s suggestions that certain perceptions, feelings, thoughts, or behaviors will spontaneously occur Hypnosis
The stage in which vivid dreams occur REM
You may hallucinate or experience hypnagogic sensations during this stage of sleep NREM1
This sleep disorder usually occurs in children and will not be remembered once you wake up NightTerrors
According to Freud, the remembered storyline of a dream ManifestContent
A chemical substance that alters perceptions and moods Psychoactive drug
Compulsive craving of drugs or certain behaviors despite known adverse consequences Addiction
Drugs that stimulate neural activity, causing speeded-up body functions and associated energy and mood changes Amphetamines
The major active ingredient in marijuana THC
Drugs that depress central nervous system activity, reducing anxiety but impairing memory and judgement Barbiturates
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States of Consciousness Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

awarness of ourselves and our environment Consciousness
induces sesnory deprivation, hypnosis, meditation Psychologically induced
induces hallucinations, orgasm, foor or oxygen starvation Physiologically induced
a split in consciousness which allows some thoughts to occur simultaneously with others Dissociation
biological clock Arcadian Rhythm
large, slow brain waves associated with deep sleep Delta Waves
uncontrollable sleep attacks Narcolepsy
temporary cessations of breathing during sleep Sleep Apnea
sleep disorder caused by high arousal Night terrors
discomfort and distress that follow discontinuing an addictive drug or behavior Withdrawl
reduce neural activity and slow body functions depressants
include heroin and morphin opiates
tranquilizers that depress the CNS Barbiturate
excite neural activity and speed up body functions stimulants
substance that alters sensory impressions Hallucinogen
feeling of awakeness and capable of thought and action Lucid Dream

Unit 5: States of Consciousness Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

chemical substance that alters perception and mood psychoactive drug
drugs that reduce neural activity depressant
drugs that depress central nervous system, reducing anxiety but impairing memory and judgement barbiturates
drugs that depress neural activity, lessening pain; morphine, heroine opiates
drugs that excite neural activity and speed up body functions stimulants
psychedelic drugs that distort perceptions and evoke sensory images in the absence of sensory input hallucinogens
our subjective awareness of ourselves and our environment consciousness
split in consciousness dissociation
periodic, natural loss of consciousness sleep
our biological clock; regular bodily rhythms that occur in a 24-hour cycle circadian rhythm
Rapid eye movement REM
relatively slow brain waves of a relaxed, awake state alpha
large, slow brain waves associated with NREM-3 delta
recurring problems in staying asleep insomnia
sleep disorder characterized by high arousal and an appearance of being terrified night terrors
sequence of images, emotions, and thoughts passing through a sleeping person dream

Sleep and Dreams Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

Consists of five stages sleep
state during sleep where you experience strange images Dreaming
total lack of responsiveness/awareness unconsciousness
internal timing devices biological clock
makes up only 20% of your sleep time, associated with dreaming REM sleep
increases with darkness, decreases with light melatonin
regulates secretion of melatonin Chiasmatic Nucleus
difficulties in going to or staying asleep insomnia
chronic disorder, marked by short periods of sleep throughout the day Narcolepsy
repeated periods in which a person stops breathing while asleep Sleep Apnea
says that sleep is a restorative process repair theory
says that sleep to conserve energy and protect against nocturnal predators adaptive theory
turned off during REM prefrontal cortex
says that dreams are caused by certain brain areas being shut down activation synthesis
says that dreaming is practice for responding to threats threat simulation

Psychology Chapter 2 Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

the "little brain" at the rear of the brainstem, functions include processing sensory input and coordinating movement output and balance Cerebellum
chemical messengers that are manufactured by the endocrine glands, travel through the bloodstream, and affect other tissues Hormones
the level of stimulation required to trigger a neural impulse Threshold
the junction between the axon tip of the sending neuron and the dendrite or cell body of the receiving neuron Synapse
a nerve cell; the basic building block of the nervous system Neuron
neuron extensions that receive messages and conduct impulses toward the cell body Dendrite
neuron extensions that pass messages to other neurons or cells Axon
a nerve impulse Action Potential
neural system located below the cerebral hemispheres; associated with emotions and drives Limbic System
two lima-beam-sized neural clusters in the limbic system; linked to emotion Amygdala
a neural structure lying below the thalamus; directs several maintenance activities; helps govern the endocrine system via the pituitary gland, and is linked to emotion Hypothalamus
portion of the cerebral cortex lying just behind the forehead; involved in speaking and muscle movements an din making plans and judgments Frontal Lobes
portion of the cerebral cortex lying at the top of the head and toward the rear; receives sensory input for touch and body positions Parietal Lobes
portion of the cerebral cortex lying at the back of the head; includes areas that receive information from the visual fields Occipital Lobes
portion of the cerebral cortex lying roughly above the ears; includes areas that receive information from the ears Temporal Lobes
false sensory experiences, such as hearing something in the absence of an external auditory stimulus Hallucinations
the brain's ability to change, especially during childhood, by reorganizing after damage or by building new pathways based on experience Plasticity
condition in which the brain's two hemispheres are isolated by cutting the fibers connecting them Split Brain
our awareness of ourselves and our environment Consciousness
recurring sleep stage during which vivid dreams commonly occur. Also known as paradoxical sleep, because the muscles are relaxed, but other body systems are active REM sleep
periodic, natural, reversible loss of consciousness - as distinct from unconsciousness resulting from a coma, general anesthesia, or hibernation Sleep
recurring problems in falling or staying asleep Insomnia
a sequence of images, emotions, and thoughts passing through a sleeping person's mind Dream
recording apparatus, using electrodes placed on the scalp, that records waves of electrical activity that sweep across the brain's surface EEG
a view of brain activity showing where a radioactive form of glucose goes while the brain performs a given task PET
a technique that uses magnetic fields and radio waves to produce computer generated images of soft tissue. These scans show brain tissue MRI
a branch of psychology concerned with the links between biology and behavior Biological Psychology
the division of the autonomic nervous system that calms the body, conserving its energy Parasympathetic Nervous System
a technique for revealing blood flow and, therefore, brain activity by comparing successive MRI scans. fMRI
the biological clock; regular bodily rhythms that occur on a 24-hr cycle Circadian Rhythm

Chapter Six Review Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

Sleep difficulty characterized by sleeping more than 10 hours a day for two weeks or more; includes the urge to nap at inappropriate times. Hypersomnia
Images, thoughts, and feelings experienced during sleep. Dreams
State of minimal consciousness in which the eyes might be open, but the person is otherwise unresponsive. Vegetative State
Internal chemical units that controls regular cycles in the body without outside influence. Biological Clock
The process of altering our biological clocks to fit a different rhythm. Entrainment
Excessive sleepiness or fatigue and frequent daytime sleep. Narcolepsy
Another word for the state of deep relaxation that can occur during hypnosis. Trance
The process of reliving one's very early childhood memories through hypnosis. Age Regression
The increase of the number of dreams after being deprived of REM sleep. REM Rebound
Sleep involving partial thoughts, images, or stories that are poorly organized. NREM Sleep
Relaxed state right before we fall asleep. Twilight State
Sequences of behavioral changes that occur every 24 hours. Circadian Rhythm
Consciousness just below our present awareness. Subconscious
Slow, lazy, deep sleep brain waves. Delta Waves

A&P Chapter 10: Endocrine System Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

also known as mineralocorticoids Aldosterone
symptoms include skin bronzing and hypertension Addisons disease
hormone secreted when blood calcium levels rise Calcatonin
regulates internal environment hypothalamus
produced by beta cells insulin
protein hormone produced by adipose tissue Leptin
hormone released during sleep-wake cycle Melatonin
gland involved in regulation of circadian rhythms pineal gland
hormone produced during fifth month of pregnancy prolactin
gland that produces PTH parathyroid gland
gland most active during childhood thymus
hormones that stimulate thyroid to produce other hormones thyroid-stimulating

Consciousness, Learning & Memory Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

The graphic record of brain activity by an electroencephalograph EEG
Personal awareness of mental activities, internal sensations, and the external environment. Consciousness
The splitting of consciousness into two or more simultaneous streams of mental activity. Dissociation
___ Brain-wave pattern associated with relaxed wakefulness and drowsiness. Alpha
In Freud's psychoanalytic theory, the unconscious wishes, thoughts, and urges that are concealed in the manifest CONTENT of a dream. Latent
An unfolding sequence of thoughts, perceptions, and emotions that typically occurs during REM sleep and is experienced as a series of real-life events. Dream
A cycle or rhythm that is roughly 24 hours long; they cyclical daily functions in biological and psychological processes. Circadian
A cooperative social interaction in which the hypnotist's suggestions with changes in perception, memory, and behavior. Hypnosis
A category of sleep disorders involving disruptions in the amount, quality, or timing of sleep; includes insomnia, obstructive sleep apnea, and narcolepsy. Dyssomnias
A hormone manufactured by the pineal gland that produces sleepiness. Melatonin
Along with Robert W. McCarley, studied the brain controls involved in sleep and dreaming. Hobson
Australian physician and founder of psychoanalysis; proposed that the dream images are disguised and symbolic expressions of unconsciousness wishes and urges. Freud
American psychologist described consciousness as a "stream" or "river". James
A drug that alters consciousness, perception, mood, and behavior. Psychoactive
Arousal or activation during sleep or sleep transitions; include sleepwalking, sleep terrors, sleep sex, sleep related eating disorder, and REM sleep behavior disorder. Parasomnias
Drug ____, Recurrent substances use that involves impaired control, disruption of social, occupational, and the development of craving, tolerance, and withdrawal symptoms. Abuse
Psychoactive drug that increases brain activity, arouse behavior, and increase mental alertness. Stimulants
He began search for the memory trace Lashley
Inability to recall information that was previously available. Forgetting
George___ identified the duration of visual sensory in 1960. Sperling
Conducted extensive research on microbiological foundaons of learning/memory Thomas
Idenfying correct informaon out of several choices Recognition
Encodes and transfers new explicit memories to long‐term memories Hippocampus
Hermann ______ began the scienfic study of forgeng Ebbinghaus
Brenda ____ helped establish neuropsychology as a field Milner
Backward‐acng amnesia; loss of episodic informaon Retrograde
Encodes emoonal aspects of memories Amygdala
A progressive disease that destroys the brains neurons; common cause of demena Alzheimer
Type of memory that stores brief info about the environment. lasts 1/2 to 3 seconds Sensory
The recall of specific images or details is an aribute of ______ memory. Flashbulb
Progressive deterioraon and impairment of memory, reasoning as a result of disease, injury of substance abuse Dementia
Theory that one memory can compete or replace another Interference
Movated forgeng that happens unconsciously Repression
Suzanne ____ invesgated the neural basis of memory. Corkin
Severe memory loss. Amnesia
Memories involving movement. Cerebellum
Organized cluster of informaon about a topic Schema
Retrieving information without retrieval cues. Recall
____ Response, an individual's psychological and physiological response to what is actually a fake treatment or drug Placebo
Russian physiologist who first described the basic learning process of associating stimuli Pavlov
American psychologist who founded behaviorism, emphasizing the study of outwardly observable bea\havior rather than subjective mental states Watson
American psychologist who first studied how active animal behaviors are influenced by their consequences; postulated the law of effect Thorndike
American psychologist who developed the operant conditioning model of learning Skinner
American psychologist who experimentally investigated observational learning, emphasizing the role of cognitive factors Bandura
a process that that produces a relatively enduring change in behavior or knowledge Learning
the process of learning associations between environmental events and behavioral responses Conditioning
the basic learning process that involves repeatedly pairing a neutral stimulus with a response-producing stimulus until the natural stimulus produces the same response Classical
School of psychology and theoretical viewpoint that emphasizes the study of observable behaviors, especially as they pertain to the process of learning Behaviorism
____ Aversion, a classically conditioned dislike for and avoidance of a particular food that developes when an organism becomes ill after eating the food Taste
Law of ____: Responses followed by a satisfying effect become strengthened and are more likely to recur in a particular situation, while responses followed by a dissatisfying effect are weakened and less likely to recur in a particular situation. Effect
an actively emitted or voluntary behavior that operates on the environment to produce a consequence Operant

Unit V: States of Consciousness Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

What is known as our awareness of ourselves and our environment? consciousness
A suggestion, made during a hypothesis session, to be carried out after the subject is no longer hypnotized post hypnotic suggestion
A technique in which suggestions that certain perceptions feelings thoughts or behaviors will spontaneously occur hypnosis
A split in consciousness dissociation
The biological clock circadian rhythms
Periodic, natural, reversible loss of consciousness sleep
Nonrapid eye movement sleep NREM
Rapid eye movement sleep REM
The relatively slow brain waves of a relaxed awake state alpha waves
The large slow brain waves associated with deep sleep delta waves
Recurring problems in falling asleep or staying asleep insomnia
A sleep disorder characterized by uncontrollable sleep attacks. narcolepsy
A sleep disorder characterized by temporary cessations of breathing during sleep sleep apnea
A sleep disorder characterized by high arousal and an appearance of being terrified night terrors
A sequence of images, emotions, and thoughts passing through a sleeping person's mind dream
according to Freud, the remembered storyline of the dream manifest content
according to Freud, The underlying meaning of the dream latent content
A state in which increasing doses are needed to produce an effect tolerance
Compulsive craving of drugs or certain behaviors (such as gambling) despite known adverse consequence addiction
The discomfort and distress that follow discontinuing an addictive drug or behavior withdrawal
a chemical substance that alters perceptions and moods psychoactive drug
Drugs that reduce neural activity and slow body functions depressants
Drugs that depress central nervous system activity, reducing anxiety but impairing memory and judgment barbituates
Drugs that excite neural activity and speed up body functions stimulants
Drugs that stimulate neural activity , causing speeded-up body functions and associated energy and mood changes amphetamines
Drugs, such as LSD, that distort perceptions and evoke sensory images in the absence of sensory input hallucinogens
The leading influence of drug use (social) peer influence

Chapter 7 Vocabulary Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

Accidents
Adaptive theory
Alpha stage
Awake
Benzodiazepines
Beta stage
Biological clocks
Circadian rhythm
Consciousness
Controlled processes
Daydreaming
Delta stage
Dreaming
Evening person
Freud
Implicit memory
Insomnia
Internal timing clock
Inuit
Jet lag
Light therapy
Melatonin
Morning person
Narcolepsy
Night terrors
Nightmares
non-REM sleep
Nonbenzodiapines
REM behavior disorder
REM rebound
REM sleep
Repair theory
Reticular formation
SAD
Sleep
Sleep apnea
Sleep deprivation
Suprachiasmatic nucleus
Theta stage
Unconsiousness