Variations in Consciousness Part 3

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Amphetamines _______ the release of neurotransmitters at DA and NE synapses
Hypnotism can sometimes reduce inhibitons that would normally prevent subjects from acting in ways they wouldn't normally
Hemp plant from which marijuana, hashish, and THC are derived
specially assigned Sanskrit word that is personalized to each meditator
drugs that are derived from opium, they are capable of relieving pain
A progressive decrease in a persons responsiveness to a drug
Sedatives are sleep inducing drugs that tend to decrease _____________ activiation and behavioural activity
Participants under hypnosis can withstand treatments that would normally cause considerable pain
This drug mainly blocks reuptake at DA,NE, and serotonin synapses
a person must continue to take a drug to satify intense mental and emotional craving for the drug
Participants are put into a special, altered state of consciousness
this drug produces an energetic 'i can conquer the world' feeling
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feel warm, friendly, euphoric, sensual, insightful, empathetic, but alert and energetic
Yoga, Zen, and transcendental meditation are rooted in ______ religions
This neural curcuit runs from an area in the midbrain through the nucleus accumbens and on to the prefrontal cortex
this drug produces a relaxed euphoria that temporarily boosts self esteem
chemical substances that modify mental, emotional, or behavioural functioning
chemical treatment used to extract nearly pure cocaine from ordinary street cocaine
Drugs that have powerful effects on mental, emotional functioning, marked most prominently by the distortions in sensory and perceptual experience
Hypnotized participants may be led to experience auditory or visual hallucinations
When a person mediates these two waves become more prominent
A person must continue to take a drug to avoid withdrawal illness
A splitting off of mental processes into two seperate, simultaneous streams of awareness
Family of practices that train attention to heighten awareness and bring mental processes under greater voluntary control

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