Question;Homework;Explain how the use;of substances alters a person?s state of consciousness, including;depressants, stimulants, and hallucinogens. Include in this explanation;what happens to the neurotransmitters and body chemicals as well as how;you might recognize whether a person at work or in your family is in an;altered state of consciousness due to the influence of drugs.;This question has;five parts. One of the cornerstones of Freudian theory is the concept of;the unconscious not to be confused with the state of being knocked;unconscious by a blow to the head or an altered state of consciousness.;(a) What did Freud mean by the concept of the unconscious? (b) When is;it beneficial for much of our behavior to be unconscious? (c) When is it;not beneficial? (d) If much of our behavior is unconscious, can you;recognize unconscious behavior in yourself and in others? (e) How would;you know behavior was unconsciously driven? Refer Back to Chapter 13;which we studied in Week 6.;Group think is a;concept that involves individuals abandoning their critical senses and;agreeing to group process even when they know it will have disastrous;consequences. (Challenger disaster, Enron, Iraq war, etc.). Your will;encounter these pressures in your work life and need to be prepared.;Have you ever done something in a group that you would not have done if;you were alone? What happened? How did you feel? What have you learned;from this chapter that might help you avoid this behavior in the future;and avoid group think?;How does prejudice;develop and how might it be supported in families and in the work place?;Do you believe that you are free from prejudice? After reading this;chapter, which of the many factors that cause prejudice do you think is;most important to change?
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