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Caratteristiche comuni di stati alterati di coscienza

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    Samantha C.
    US
    Samantha C.

    Great news. Traumatic events occured alot for myself, i can realate to this, this helped me alot.

    Peter Awuni A.
    GH
    Peter Awuni A.

    Is there a conversion point for altered state of consciousness and normal waking consciousness?

    Odongo M.
    UG
    Odongo M.

    Psychology -> Area of Study 3 - States of Consciousness -> Altered States of Consciousness -> Common characteristics of altered states of consciousness Common characteristics of altered states of consciousness Brain activity. Brain activity. Common characteristics of altered states of consciousness and how these differ from normal waking consciousness: Altered states of consciousness are characterised by a change in brain wave patterns. In an altered state of consciousness there are significant changes to the way people experience thoughts, feelings and sensations. People are more likely to experience the extremes of sensations and emotions while in an altered state of consciousness. An altered state of consciousness may occur naturally, such as sleeping, or it may be intentionally induced, such as meditation. In an altered state of consciousness most people report experiencing psychological changes. Some of these are: Perceptual and cognitive distortions An altered state of consciousness can change the way we experience sensations. It can cause distortions in the meanings a person attributes to information entering the senses. This can result in distorted perceptions of external stimuli. Thoughts can become disorganised, often illogical and lacking in sequence, as a result of an altered state of consciousness. A person in an altered state may also experience difficulties in solving problems, as information processing is often impaired. The person's memory of events is not as efficient as in normal waking consciousness and they may be unable to recall certain events that took place while they were in an altered state.

    Emmanuel Abiola B.
    NG
    Emmanuel Abiola B.

    Can we classify events such as illusions, hallucinations to be examples of Altered state of consciousness?

    Dominic M.
    KE
    Dominic M.

    this is a very important part as it enlightens one to be careful to avoid such things that can alter consciousness as well as puting in controls when one is aware of bieng in same and also dealing with others you may be aware are in such a state.

    Dominic M.
    KE
    Dominic M.

    can travelling too much cause one to suffer altered state of consciousness?

    Enemchukwu E.
    NG
    Enemchukwu E.

    People experiences total psychological drift while in alter state of consciousness.

    EUSTACHIUS KEPHAS I.
    NG
    EUSTACHIUS KEPHAS I.

    Being in an altered state consciousness is being in an imaginary or state of trans which could create an emotion that makes one reason and solve problems well, while in the other way round makes some persons depress and not being able to achieve any viable result

    EUSTACHIUS KEPHAS I.
    NG
    EUSTACHIUS KEPHAS I.

    Being in an altered state consciousness is being in an imaginary or state of trans which could create an emotion that makes one reason and solve problems well, while in the other way round makes some persons depress and not being able to achieve any viable result

    EUSTACHIUS KEPHAS I.
    NG
    EUSTACHIUS KEPHAS I.

    Being in an altered state consciousness is being in an imaginary or state of trans which could create an emotion that makes one reason and solve problems well, while in the other way round makes some persons depress and not being able to achieve any viable result

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