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Who came up with the restoration theory oswald
The stage of sleep that we dream in REM
According to restoration theory, our bodies repair in this stage nREM
The name of researcher who investigated little hans freud
what type of study was the little hans study case
the literal actual content of a dream manifest
the underlying meaning of a dream latent
the type of social influence which makes us conform because we want to be liked normative
the type of social influence which makes us conform because we are not sure what the answer is and believe other people are right informational
during rem sleep our body becomes temporarily__________ to make sure we do not hurt ourselves during our dreams paralysed
How many participants were in the Dement and Kleitman study? nine

Sleep and Dreams Crossword

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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

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

social influence Crossword

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take place when we change our minds about something because the majority have convinced us they’re right Internalisation
takes place when we change our behaviour to be more like the majority but we privately disagree Compliance
takes place when we adjust our behaviour or beliefs in order to become more like an individual or group we admire Identification
Yielding to group pressure, changing behaviour, depending on what other people are doing Conformity
The person in on the experiment Confederate
Paying attention to small details, complying to the demands of an authority figure Obedience
People conform because they want to be right Informal social influence
people conform because they want to be liked normative social Influence
conducted the line judgement experiment in 1951 Solomon Asch
conducted an experient in a prison that tested social roles and conformity Phillip Zimbardo

social thinking and social influence Crossword

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when we try to understand and explain what happens in social setting we tend to view behavior as a particularly significant factor fundementalattributionerror
the phenomenon of people deliberately exerting less effort to achieve a goal when they work in a group than when they work alone socialloafing
scientific study of how we think about, influence, and relate to one another socialpsychology
how we attach meaning to others behavior and our own attributiontheory
how we feel about situation and people attitude
what we do we eventualy become roleplaying
theory that we act to reduce the discomfort we feel when two thoughts are inconsistent cognitivedissonance
how individual thoughts, actions and feelings are influenced by social group social influence
social influence involving a change in belief or behavior in order to fit in with a group conformity
the act or practice of obeying obedience
when one's emotions, opinions, or behaviors are affected by others group influence
loss of self awareness in groups deindividuation
tendency for groups to make decisions that are more extreme than the initial inclination of its members group polarization

Dreams Word Search

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Description

nightmares
theories
stage one
interpreter
meditation
sleep cycle
delta sleep
rem
brain activity
delta waves
stage five
lucid dreaming

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

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

Chapter 18 Psychology Vocabulary Word Search

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ALTRUISM
SELF DISCLOSURE
EQUITY
COMPANIONATE LOVE
PASSIONATE LOVE
MERE EXPOSURE
SOCIAL TRAP
CONFLICT
AGGRESSION
JUST WORLD PHENOMENON
SCAPEGOAT THEORY
OUTGROUP
INGROUP
DISCRIMINATION
STEREOTYPE
PREJUDICE
GROUPTHINK
GROUP POLARIZATION
DEINDIVIDUATION
SOCIAL LOAFING
SOCIAL FACILITATION
INFORMATIONAL INFLUENCE
NORMATIVE INFLUENCE
CONFORMITY
COGNITIVE DISSONANCE
SOCIAL PSYCHOLOGY
FOOT IN THE DOOR
ATTITUDE
FUNDAMENTAL ATTRIBUTION
ATTRIBUTION THEORY

Social Psychology Crossword

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Description

Tendency to overestimate our powers of prediction once we know the outcome of a given event. Hindsight Bias
A change in a person's behavior or opinion as a result of pressure. Conformity
Leon Festinger is best known for what theory? Cognitive DIssonance
The Bystander Effect states how many people are best to have around if we need assistance? One
Diffusal of responsibility was seen in which researchers experiment about shock treatment? Milgram
This happens at the end of a study. Debriefing
This can lead to an increase in suicide and divorces. Emotional Contagion
The concept that being exposed to recent information will influence your decisions and choices. Priming
A mental shortcut. Heuristic
Our social psychology book was written by? Aronson
When a person gives up a high degree of themselves in order to obtain a goal they may use this type of justification? effort
If someone hurts another person they may use this concept to make it ok. dehumanize
Making choices without thinking about them. Unconscious
What type of empathy are we using when we can understand how someone else experiences a event? Cognitive
The type of empathy we are using when we know how to respond to another person's feeling about an event? Affective
The hormone that rises when we become aggressive. Testosterone
When using attributions to judge people it is more humane to assume things are happening due to? Situational
In attraction, this can make a difference. Proximity

Laboratory Professionals Week Crossword

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Chocolate, Yellow or Black? LAB
You get the point NEEDLE
Stop the germ spread HANDWASHING
All the better to see you MICROSCOPE
Round and round it goes CENTRIFUGE
Not a 'Vampire' PHLEBOTOMIST
Can't live without it BLOOD
When you need it, we make sure it's right for you TRANSFUSION
Not your average Q-tip! SWAB
Right now! STAT
Lab person in the know TECHNOLOGIST
Has wings BUTTERFLY
Not a type of TV PLASMA
Phlebotomists love to find them! VEIN
Component of blood SERUM
A little 'buggy' department MICROBIOLOGY
The department that likes both red and white HEMATOLOGY
Pocket purse of hemoglobin RED BLOOD CELL
Some Lab garbage BIOHAZARD
Point of one end, plunger on the other SYRINGE
A little Lab gift SPECIMEN
Yes, we can read wht the Doctor wrote on it...usually! REQUISITION
We have parts without the person PATHOLOGY
The pee patch URINALYSIS
Our color is blue! COAGULATION
What we don't do, someone else will REFERRALS