Describing and Modeling Hypnagogic Imagery Using a Systematic Self-observation Procedure

@inproceedings{Nielsen2005DescribingAM,
  title={Describing and Modeling Hypnagogic Imagery Using a Systematic Self-observation Procedure},
  author={Tore Nielsen},
  year={2005}
}
The published literature suggests that systematic self-observation may be a suitable method for clarifying the nature and correlates of hypnagogic imagery and thus a useful adjunct to psychophysiological and cognitive studies of sleep onset. The potential applicability of one recently proposed self-observation procedure (Nielsen, 1992) to such studies is demonstrated in the present work. The procedure permits numerous hypnagogic images to be collected during spontaneous drowsy periods occurring… CONTINUE READING