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Section 4

Consciousness

TermDefinition
Selective Attention concentration- ability to ignore irrelevant stimuli
Divided Attention Multi-Tasking- ability to focus on two or more things at the same time
Manifest Dream Content what actually happens in the dream
Latent Dream Content what the dream is supposed to mean
Psychoactive Drugs any and all chemical substances that can alter conscious awareness, mood, attention, judgment, time sense, perception, etc. in any way
Stimulants psychoactive drugs that increase activity and responsiveness (amphetamines, cocaine, caffeine, nicotine)
Depressants psychoactive drugs that decrease activity and responsiveness (barbiturates, alcohol, tranquilizers)
Hallucinogens psychoactive drugs that produce sensory/ perceptual distortions and/or hallucinations (marijuana, LSD)
Physical Addiction dependence on a drug as indicated by the presence of tolerance and withdrawal symptoms
Psychological Addiction dependence on a drug based primarily on psychological and/or emotional needs
experimental short term use based on curiosity
social-recreational occasional use for pleasure or recreation
situational use to cope with a specific problem (pain relief, needing to stay awake)
intensive daily use with elements of dependence
compulsive constant use and extreme dependence
Created by: pinoybidd3