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PSYC 1001
Kim Hellemans

CHAPTER 5 Lecture Note Questions 1) The average person will sleep ___________hours in a lifetime. a. 200,000 b. 175,000 c. 100,000 d. 155,000 2) Awareness of the people and objects around you is an example of: a. External Events b. Internal Sensations c. SelfAwareness d. Thoughts about experience 3) Our desires and motivation are below conscious awareness was the view of which significant psychologist? a. Skinner b. Freud c. Hall d. Watson 4) If you are a guest visiting a house with a new born, that is not yours, will you wake up during the night if it starts crying? a. Yes b. No 5) An electrooculograph (EOG) measures a. Eye Movement b. Muscle Tone c. Heart Rate d. Brain Waves 6) If you are meditating what brain waves would be picked up by an EEG? a. Beta (13-24cps) b. Alpha (8-12cps) c. Theta (4-7cps) d. Delta (<4cps) 7) The two measures of brain waves that give an index of activity are: a. Amplitude and Pitch b. Frequency andAmplitude c. Frequency and Wavelength d. Wavelength andAmplitude 8) Biological Rhythms are: a. 24 hour biological cycles b. Periodic fluctuations in physiological functions c. The regulators of sleep and other body functions d. Afree running clock 9) Melatonin secretion stops around________, according to circadian rythms. a. 2:00pm b. 5:00am c. 7:30am d. 6:30am 10)Circadian Rhythms are: a. Variations in consciousness shaped by biological rhythyms b. 24 hour biological cycles c. Brain wave cycle charts d. Old mythical clocks 11)Zeitgebers is/are: a. Apopular internet movie b. External cues that regulate the internal clock c. Temporal cues in the environment d. B and C 12)What happens to sleep-wake cycles in an environment without light? a. No longer maintains circadian rhythms b. Becomes shorter than 24 hours c. Becomes longer than 24 hours d. Has no effect 13)Where is the Suprachiasmatic Nucleus (SCN) located? a. Hypothalamus b. In the Pituitary Gland c. Above the Optic Chiasm d. Aand C 14)What is Melatonin? a. Ahormone that disrupts the biological clock b. Ahormone that regulates the biological clock c. Aworm disease d. Aneurotransmitter that activates the biological clock 15)Where is Melatonin synthesized? a. Pituitary Gland b. Pineal Gland c. Cortex d. Cerebrum 16)Sleep, Serotonin, and Melatonin can contribute to depression. a. True b. False 17)After the age of 20 for both males and females one can observe a trend of early-morning rising. a. True b. False 18)Jet lag and Shift work do NOT: a. Disrupt circadian rhythmicity b. Produce sleep disturbance, fatigue, and malaise c. Produce better psychological and physical functioning d. Cause people to have a higher chance of being overweight, have heart disease, and depressive disorders 19)Instruments used in Sleep/Waking Research are: a. EEG, EOG b. EEG, EMG, EOG c. EEG, EMG, EOG, Pinch reflexes, Skin productive response (sweat) d. Pinch reflexes, Skin productive response (sweat) 20)Factors that affect falling asleep: a. Exercise, cognitive activity, and stage in circadian cycle b. Age, noise/light levels, desire to sleep, and how long since last sleep c. Caffeine/drug intake, stress level
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