Biological Rhythms and Sleep. 10 Biological Rhythms and Sleep: Part I. Biological Rhythms Many Animals Show Daily Rhythms in Activity The Hypothalamus Houses an Endogenous Circadian Clock. 10 Biological Rhythms and Sleep: Part II. Sleeping and Waking Human Sleep Exhibits Different StagesBy hashim
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Biological Rhythms and Sleep. 10 Biological Rhythms and Sleep: Part I. Biological Rhythms Many Animals Show Daily Rhythms in Activity The Hypothalamus Houses an Endogenous Circadian Clock. 10 Biological Rhythms and Sleep: Part II. Sleeping and Waking Human Sleep Exhibits Different Stages
Sarah Chollar 11/2/09. Sleep and Biological Rhythms. What is Sleep?. Sleep as a behavior American Heritage Dictionary
Biological Rhythms and Sleep. DISORDERS OF SLEEP Insomnia Sleepwalking Narcolepsy. Syllabus. You must be able to…. You MUST be able to Briefly outline each disorder DISCUSS at least one explanation for each disorder
Biological Rhythms & Sleep. Is there a biological clock? Is there a role for environmental cues? Neural substrates of the clock SCN Pineal gland Sleep. Environment Season Month 24 hs cycle (light/dark). Behavior Migration / Hibernation Menstrual cycle Wake / sleep
Sleep and Biological Rhythms. Introduction Measuring Sleep Stages of Wakefulness and Sleep Why Do We Sleep? Physiological Mechanisms of Sleep Biological Clocks. Dolphin Brain during Sleep. Neurotransmitters Involved in Arousal. Neural Control of Slow-Wave Sleep.
Biological rhythms, sleep and Dreaming. What are body rhythms? . Body rhythms are biological processes that show cyclical variation over time…ranging from hours to years and reflect the influence of the earths rotation upon us… it's living inhabitants, along with plants and animals.
Biological Rhythms. Different Kinds of Biological Rhythms. Circadian rhythmAbout a day24 hoursUltradian rhythmLess than a day90 minute cycles of lighter and deeper sleepInfradian rhythmGreater than one dayMenstrual cycle. The SleepWaking Cycle: A Circadian Rhythm. Biological clockSiffre (
PSYA3 Revision BIOLOGICAL RHYTHMS & SLEEP Part 2: Sleep. Syllabus. NATURE OF SLEEP. MUST BE ABLE TO Outline the different STAGES of sleep and say how they are different (brain wave activity, bodily changes) Explain how sleep changes across our LIFESPAN SHOULD BE ABLE TO