Exam 3 Study Guide
Sleep and Your Health (Workbook)
· How much of our life do we actually spend sleeping? 1/3 · Maintaining a structured 8 hours of sleep can help you maintain or even lose weight. · What are 5 emotional effects of sleep deprivation? Lower anger threshold, increased irritability, increased frustration, increased nervousness, difficulty in handling stress · If you feel alert during the day then you are probably getting enough sleep. · Approximately how long does it take a well-rested person to fall asleep at night? 15-20 mins · You cannot cancel your sleep debt by sleeping more on the weekends. · During what stage of sleep do we dream? REM · What is considered by most sleep experts to be the number one cause of short-term sleeping difficulties? Stress · With the exception of preventive naps, naps should be limited to no longer than 45 minutes. · This depressant helps people fall into light sleep, but keeps them from having adequate amounts of REM and deep stage sleep. · To have good quality sleep, it is important to keep a routine bedtime and wake-time, even on the weekends. Chapter 9: Relationships and Communication
· The cornerstone of every successful relationship is effective communication. (Page 190) · Explain some differences in communication between men and women. (Page 192) · What are some strategies for effective conflict resolution? (Page 192-193) Communication, voice frustrations · Explain the concept known as attachment theory. (Page 193) The patterns of attachment in our earliest relationships with others from the template for attachment in later relationships · Define gender roles. (Page 193) Behaviors and tasks considered appropriate by society based on someone’s gender. · … is usually the basis of first attraction to another person. (Notes) · According to Robert Sternberg, the three primary components of healthy, loving relationships are intimacy, passion, and commitment. (Page 194) · In Sternberg’s Love Triangle, this type of love consists of passion and intimacy with commitment. It is physical attraction with an emotional bond. Romantic Love · In Sternberg’s Love Triangle, this ideal type of love is considered the whole package, and is the kind of love many of us strive for. (Page 196) Consummate Love · Define assortative mating. (Page 196) The tendency to be attracted to people similar to us · Although similarities in physique may bring us together, it is similarity in personality that appears to be most indicative of whether the relationship will be a happy one. · What are recommended safety precautions for online dating? (Page 197) · Successful relationships are built on trust, respect, and communication. (Page 198) · No deep, intimate relationship is without challenges. (Page 198) · What are the signs of a dysfunctional relationship? (Page 199) · What are some recommendations for recovering from a breakup? (Page 199) Chapter 10: Sexuality, Contraception, and Reproductive Choices · Define sexuality. (Page 210) The biological, physical, emotional, and psychological aspects of sexual attraction and expression. · Whether we engage in sexual activity or not our bodies are continually preparing for reproduction. (Page 210) · This is the only organ in either sex with the sole purpose of sexual arousal and pleasure. (Page 210) Skin · The tubes—one on either side of the uterus—that connect the uterus to the ovaries are the (Page 211) Fallopian Tubes · What is the scrotum responsible for? (Page 212) Holding balls and keeping them at the right temp · The coiled tube—one above each testicle—where sperm are help until they mature is called (Page 212) Epididymis · What is the vas deferens? (Page 212) Tube...
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