Changes in the Kinesthetic Content of Dreams Following Somatosensory Stimulatipn of Leg Muscles During REM Sleep

@inproceedings{Nielsen2005ChangesIT,
  title={Changes in the Kinesthetic Content of Dreams Following Somatosensory Stimulatipn of Leg Muscles During REM Sleep},
  author={Tore Nielsen},
  year={2005}
}
The notion that dreaming is isolated from sensory activity is chal/~ng~d by demonstrations that somatosensory stimuli are frequently incorporated illlo dreiUlI colllent. To further study such effects, four volunteers were administered pressure stimulation to either the left or the right leg during REM sleep and awakened to report tlu:ir dreams. These dreams… CONTINUE READING