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Chapter 7 Vocabulary Word Search

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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

Sleep Bingo Cards

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sleep hygiene
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increased attention
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circadian rhythm
insomnia
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polysomnogram
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asthma
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Sleep Crossword

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A degree of consciousness Sleep
Rhythm of activity and inactivity Circadian Rhythm
What is NREM? Non Rapid Eye Movement
One reason we sleep restoration
What is REM? Rapid Eye Movement
Failure to get enough sleep Insomnia
Breathing problems while asleep Sleep Apnea
Suddenly falling asleep anywhere Narcolepsy
Behaviors that are carried out while sleeping Sleep walking
1-2 fall asleep but not in a deep sleep 5 stages of sleep
Bad dreams Nightmares
Disruptions in stage 4 of sleep that involve screaming etc. Night Terrors
What do 40% of females dream about? Water
What do 70% of our dreams consist of? People and places
Why do we dream? to understand

Sleep Word Search

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arousal
awake
bed
bedtime
benefit
circadian rhythm
deprived
dream
fatigue
hypnagogia
hypnopompic
insomnia
irritability
melatonin
microsleeps
nap
narcolepsy
nightmare
Rapid Eye Movement
serotonin
Sleep
sleep apnea
sleeplessness
sleepwalking
stimuli
tired
yawn

Psychology Chapter 4-Consciousness Crossword

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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

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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

Sleep Word search

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Bed
Covers
Sheets
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slumber
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Mental Health
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Consciousnes And The Two-Track Mind Word Search

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dream
night terrors
sleep apnea
narcolepsy
insomnia
suprachiasmatic nucleus
delta waves
hallucinations
alpha waves
rem sleep
circadian rhythm
sleep
parallel processing
blindsight
dual processing
change blindness
inattentional blindness
selective attention
cognitive neuroscience
consciousness

Sleep deprivation, Sleep diorders & Dreams Word Search

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sleep
sleep disorders
sleep debt
sleep deprivtion
leptin
ghrelin
dreams
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sleep apnea
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Chapter Six Review Crossword

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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