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A study was made of monosynaptic reflexes elicited by electrical stimulation of the ulnar and fibular nerves (H-reflexes) in newborn children, age five to seven days, during the sleeping--waking cycle. The amplitude of the H-responses was maximal and the coefficient of variation was minimal during the orthodox sleep state (OS) characterized by slow EEG(More)