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WHAT IS THE THEORY ALL ABOUT?
- BIOLOGICAL
- RANDOM MESSAGES IN BRAIN INTERPRETED TO MAKE A STORY
- MESSAGES ACTIVATED RANDOMLY & SYNTHESISED (PUT TOGETHER) TO
MAKE A STORY
- H&M WERE BIOLOGIST NOT PSYCHOLOGISTS
- H&M SAID THAT THERE WAS A DREAM STATE GENERATOR IN THE BRAIN AND
IT'S PART OF IT THAT GIVES THE DREAM STATE SWITCHED ON DURING REM
SLEEP.…read more

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WHAT IS THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN
BIOLOGIST AND PSYCHOLOGISTS?
- BIOLOGIST:
LOOK AT PHYSICAL PROCESSES DEALING WITH THE BRAIN AND BEHAVIOUR.
- PSYCHOLOGIST:
LOOK AT THE BRAIN AN BEHAVIOUR INCLUDING THOUGHTS, EMOTIONS AND
PERSONALITY.
- BIOLOGIST ARE THOUGHT OF A SCIENTIST WHEN THEY USE RESEARCH
METHODS SUCH AS SCANNING AND EXPERIMENTS.…read more

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WHAT IS REM SLEEP?
· RAPID EYE MOVEMENT (EYELIDS FLICKR QUICKLY)
· HAPPENS 5 OR MORE TIMES A NIGHT
· DREAMING DURING REM ­ EASILY RECOGNISABLE, SCIENTIST MEASURE ELECTRICAL
BRAIN ACTIVITY IN BRAIN DURING REM SLEEP USING AN EEG.
(ELECTROENCEPHALOGRAPH)
DURING REM SLEEP:
· SENSORY BLOCKADE: INCOMING INFO FROM SENSES (SIGHT, SOUND, TOUCH,
TASTE AND SMELL)
· MOVEMENT INHIBITATION: PHYSICAL MOVEMENTS ARE BLOCKED SO BODY IS
PARALYSED.
· RANDOM ACTIVATION: NEURONE ACTIVATE RANDOMLY NOT DELIBERATE BECAUSE
RANDOM IMPULSES GIVE INFO AS IF IT WERE FROM THE SENSES…read more

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ACTIVATION SYNTHESIS:
ACTIVATION:
- RANDOM ACTIVATION ­ NEURONE ACTIVATE BECOZ IMPULSES GIVE INFO AS IF
IT WERE FROM SENSES.
SYNTHESES:
- INFO FROM INSIDE BRAIN IS KNOWN AS INTERNALLY GENERATED INFO.
- BRAIN TRIES TO MAKE SENSE OF NONSENSE BEING GENERATED .
- IT SYNTHESIS TO MAKE A STORY.…read more

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