Miscellaneous Quiz / PSYA3

Random Miscellaneous Quiz

QUIZ: Can you name the PSYA3?

Quiz not verified by Sporcle

Forced Order
Score 0/61 Timer 10:00
Who proposed the 'protection' theory of sleep?
The menstrual cycle is an example of what type of rhythm?
What is an exogenous zeitgeber?
Episodes triggered by emotional arousal-
What does the SCN do?
What type of insomnia is waking up frequently in the night?
Age of onset as young as five is seen in-
What does RBD stand for?
How often does an infradian rhythm repeat?
How many hours of sleep does a 5-10 year old have?
The stage of sleep in which the muscles are paralysed apart from those in the eye...
Which sleep disorder involves acting out dreams and muscle paralysis not working?
Hibernation and seasonal affective disorder are examples of which type of rhythm?
Who proposed the 'conservation of energy' theory of sleep?
What percentage of cases of RBD are male?
Which two other explanations are there for somnabulism?
What is an common problem in research into insomnia?
A hormone that is produced by the pineal gland- in the brain which increases sleepiness
What kind of cause is 'learned' insomnia?
What did Oswald propose?
Sleep walking is also known as...
When is a circadian rhythm established in infants?
How many hours of sleep does a one year old have?
The SCN is fully known as...
What type of sleep does Oswald think our body restores during?
REM stands for...
Urination and body temperature are examples of what type of rhythm?
How many percentage of adults have symptoms of insomnia?
How often does a circadian rhythm repeat?
Light, exercise, pheromones are examples of what?
What type of insomnia is difficultly falling asleep?
1 in 2000 people suffer from-
Which illness is related to the onset of RBD?
What is the sleep onset latency for primary insomnia?
Stages of sleep is an example of what type of rhythm?
How many hours of sleep does a newborn have?
Which gene is thought to explain narcolepsy in humans?
What type of insomnia is waking up too early and not being able to sleep?
What is an endogenous pacemaker?
Where is the SCN located?
A part of the brain involved in emotion, hunger, motivation and the stress response-
How does Horne differ in his theory of sleep?
What is an example of an endogenous pacemaker?
What type of environmental factors could cause narcolepsy?
What is a biorhythm?
How many percentage of people say they have severe insomnia?
What stage of sleep does sleep walking occur?
Dreamlike experiences which can occur when falling asleep which are hard to distinguish from reality-
Insomnia that is caused by another condition is known as...
Which is harder to cope with- phase delay or phase advance?
How many hours of sleep does a 45-60 year old have?
Which two factors does Meddis see as essential to his evolutionary theory of sleep?
What is the main explanation of narcolepsy?
Insomnia that cannot be attributed to medical causes us known as...
Muscle weakness which occurs when a person is awake-
Stages 1-4 sleep are also known as...
Narcolepsy can be explained through neurotransmitter deficiency of what?
How often does an ultradian rhythm repeat?
How often does a circannual rhythm repeat?
Which neurochemical is thought to be insufficient in sufferers of sleep walking?
What percentage of children and adults are affected by sleep walking?

You're not logged in!

Compare scores with friends on all Sporcle quizzes.
Sign Up with Email
Log In

You Might Also Like...

Show Comments


Top Quizzes Today

Score Distribution

Your Account Isn't Verified!

In order to create a playlist on Sporcle, you need to verify the email address you used during registration. Go to your Sporcle Settings to finish the process.