- Created by: Psych951
- Created on: 01-05-18 16:51
1. Which of these facts about dreams is NOT true?
- Hypnagogic state describes vivid images/hallucinations that occur during stage 3 and 4
- Culture, experiences and concerns influence dreams to help prepare for our environment
- Dreams occur in all stages of sleep
- Dreams are not always abstract, often containing elements of reality
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2. Consciousness is a moment to moment awareness of ourselves and environment. Which of the following is a property of consciousness?
- Unrelated to attention
3. What are the Freudian levels of consciousness?
- Controlled and automatic
- Conscious and Unconscious
- Conscious, Pre-conscious, Unconscious
- Conscious, Sub-conscious, Unconscious
4. Which of these facts about sleep are true?
- Insomnia, narcolepsy and REM sleep behaviour disorder are examples of sleep disorders
- All of the above
- Certain areas of the brain 'switch off' to allow sleep e.g. brain stem and basal forebrain
- The purpose of sleep is to restore the bodies and consolidate memory, not due to evolutionary adaptation
5. What is the activation-synthesis theory of dreaming?
- Dream allow wish fulfilment, release urges and have psychological meanings.
- Dreams are a by-product of REM activity which the cerebral cortex organises
- Describes dreaming whilst awake such as fantasy prone personalities and daydreams
- Dreams help problem solving and reflect normal waking brain activity and behaviour