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Background noise, split brain, hypnosis, sleep and circadian rhythms, check your understanding and prepare for your exams using the multiple choice, short answer and essay practice tests also available.
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What are some things you should be able to do after reading chapter 9?
Describe what psychologists and philosophers mean by consciousness; be familiar with theories of explaining consciousness; describe hypnosis and the reasons for hypnotically induced behaviour; understand theories of sleep
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What did Chalmers say about consciousness in 1995?
"Consciousness poses the most baffling problems in the science of mind. There is nothing that we know more intimately than conscious experience, but there is nothing that is harder to explain."
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In essence, what is the neurobiological approach?
That consciousness arises from the neural activity of the brain.
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What is the split brain operation?
Holes are drilled in the top of the skull and a cutting device is introduced between the left and right cerebral hemispheres, severing the corpus callosum.
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