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

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