M Mouzé-Amady

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Following studies about supposed relationship between rapid eye movement sleep (REM sleep) and learning, a new approach, based on operant conditioning is introduced. We demonstrate that rapid eye movements (REMs) contingent auditory stimulation in man leads to some consistent (quantitative and qualitative) modifications of REM sleep behavior. Stimulating(More)
The Hjorth parameters are normalized slope descriptors (NSDs) usually used in sleep EEG processing for data reducing and/or automatic sleep stage scoring. In the present study NSDs of forearm surface EMG recorded from 9 subjects performing occupational repetitive movements are compared to conventional FFT spectral analysis. The correlation coefficients(More)
Several studies have emphasized the relationship between (1) rapid eye movement sleep (REM sleep) and learning, and (2) between REM sleep and asymmetry in EEG activity. Since we have shown that obtaining operant conditioned responses via auditory biofeedback during REM sleep is feasible, we demonstrate here that REM contingent auditory stimulations (white(More)
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