States of Consciousness (AP (Advanced Placement) Psychology): Questions 35 - 39 of 66

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Question number: 35

» States of Consciousness » Sleep & Dreaming » NREM & REM

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Which sleep stage is a transition from wakefulness to sleep and lasts 1–7 minutes?

Choices

Choice (5) Response

a.

Stage 1 sleep

b.

REM sleep

c.

Stage 4 sleep

d.

Stage 3 sleep

e.

Stage 2 sleep

Question number: 36

» States of Consciousness » Sleep & Dreaming » NREM & REM

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Of the 17 hours per day sleep of an infant, how many hours are spent in REM?

Choices

Choice (5) Response

a.

20 percent

b.

70 percent

c.

30 percent

d.

50 percent

e.

80 percent

Question number: 37

» States of Consciousness » Sleep & Dreaming » NREM & REM

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The sleep stage associated with dreaming includes:

Choices

Choice (5) Response

a.

stage three

b.

REM stage

c.

stage two

d.

Non-REM stage

e.

stage one

Question number: 38

» States of Consciousness » The Brain & Consciousness » Cognitive Neuroscience

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The process known as ________ represents an individual’s ability to focus awareness on certain contents of consciousness while ignoring others.

Choices

Choice (5) Response

a.

depth perception.

b.

perception

c.

sensation

d.

attention

e.

awareness

Question number: 39

» States of Consciousness » The Brain & Consciousness » Cognitive Neuroscience

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What does adaptive sleep theory suggests?

Choices

Choice (5) Response

a.

For our internal clocks to have synchrony with the external world, thereby decreasing fatigue, disorientation, and lack of concentration, sleep is necessary.

b.

External environments are constantly competing with individual sleep rhythms. Sleep is necessary to compete with the external clock.

c.

Sleep is necessary to combat insomnia and drowsiness.

d.

Sleep evolved because it prevented early humans and animals from wasting energy and exposing themselves to dangers of nocturnal predators.

e.

Daily activities deplete key factors in our brain and body that are replenished by sleep.

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