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That explains a lot. Besides, I've never pulled an all nighter with 8 years of college under my belt. I function with lots of sleep and doing my work during the day This is further proof that I have been right.
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AP Psychology is coming back to me. I loved that class. Full of bull, but intedesting nonetheless.
I wouldn't quite say it's full of bull but it's definitely not as straight forward as some of the other sciences.

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Indeed! I still have my psychology power points. If you want to see them I can show you.

Puppies and Kittens spend 100% of their time REM sleeping.

No wonder I can move them and not wake them.
What topics do they cover? If you have anything on memory or learning that would definitely be a big help.
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Actually I like this
Kind of like Cool'n'Quiet... full power only when needed
I tend to not really do much at all when I'm up late anyways
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I wouldn't quite say it's full of bull but it's definitely not as straight forward as some of the other sciences.
It'll largely be pseudo-science until neuropsychology (I'm talking about mapping out the brain) really takes off. The field of psychology is in its infancy. Give it a couple hundred years.

I'm holding out for brain emulation + reverse engineering.
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If I stay awake long enough do those parts of the brain wake up again?
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I wonder how/if you can wake those parts of the brain back up?
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What topics do they cover? If you have anything on memory or learning that would definitely be a big help.
I have memory AND learning ! (Note: We also had written text to affirm this but this is still good for general knowledge)

Memory & Learning(Download)

I have the Power Points for:
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Memory
Learning
Biology
Health Psychology
Human Development
Motivation and Emotions
Personality
Disorders
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States of Consciousness
Therapies
Thinking, Intelligence, and Language
If you would like more I can upload them.
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I hate it when something in the animal study stage is reported as though it has much of any bearing on humans at all. So they found that Rats sleep small clusters of their brain while sleep deprived while outwardly remaining active and alert. Big whoop. Dolphins literally sleep one HEMISPHERE of their brains at a time and sleep with one eye open to remain aware of their surroundings.

Not saying this isn't fascinating, but at the moment the only thing it really tells us is what rat brains do when they're tired, nothing should be extrapolated to the human brain until further studies can actually find evidence for such phenomena.
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It'll largely be pseudo-science until neuropsychology (I'm talking about mapping out the brain) really takes off. The field of psychology is in its infancy. Give it a couple hundred years.

I'm holding out for brain emulation + reverse engineering.
I know what you mean, up and till the end of last year I had almost no respect for psych as a subject let alone a science but obviously once you start to go in depth, it all begins to link up with what we experience. In regards to reverse engineering if that's what I think it is do you have any links to articles maybe?

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I have memory AND learning ! (Note: We also had written text to affirm this but this is still good for general knowledge)

Memory & Learning(Download)

If you would like more I can upload them.
Thank you good sir, I think that's all I'll need as that's all well be studying for the next 6 weeks. From there I'm not quite sure.
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