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A Manual of Standardized Terminology, Techniques and Scoring System for Sleep Stages of Human Subjects.
With the vast research interest in sleep and dreams that has developed in the past 15 years, there is increasing evidence of noncomparibility of scoring of nocturnalExpand
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The relation of eye movements, body motility, and external stimuli to dream content.
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NOCTURNAL SLEEP OF NARCOLEPTICS.
Abstract The EEG patterns and eye movements of nine narcoleptics during nocturnal sleep were compared with those of normals. Seven of the nine narcoleptics showed a distinctive phenomenon which isExpand
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SLEEP CYCLE DURING NAPPING.
The cyclic occurrence of REM periods (sleep characterized by a low voltage, desynchronized EEG pattern, and rapid eye movements) 1,3 and the association of these periods with reports of dreamingExpand
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Studies in psychophysiology of dreams. II. An electromyographic study of dreaming.
  • E. Wolpert
  • Psychology, Medicine
  • A.M.A. archives of general psychiatry
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The work of Kleitman and his students 1-4 has demonstrated conclusively that a low-voltage, fast-activity electroencephalographic (EEG) pattern during sleep is typically associated with dreaming. ByExpand
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Juvenile manic-depressive illness. Clinical and therapeutic considerations.
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RELATIONSHIPS IN THE MANIFEST CONTENT OF DREAMS OCCURRING ON THE SAME NIGHT
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Death from fright: report of a case and literature review.
A case report is presented illustrating the thesis that fear of fantasy material may trigger off a physiological process leading to death.
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Memory processing with lithium carbonate.
The effect of lithium carbonate treatment on the memory processing of manic-depressive patients was assessed in three memory tasks. The results suggested that memory performance and the underlyingExpand
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Studies in psychophysiology of dreams. I. Experimental evocation of sequential dream episodes.
Dreams have been a source of interest to psychiatrists and psychologists for many years. Their incidence, structure, and function have been studied from many different theoretical positions. To FreudExpand
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