Dream report length is more dependent on arousal level than prior REM duration.

@article{Rosenlicht1994DreamRL,
  title={Dream report length is more dependent on arousal level than prior REM duration.},
  author={Nicholas Z. Rosenlicht and Thomas Maloney and Irwin Feinberg},
  journal={Brain research bulletin},
  year={1994},
  volume={34 2},
  pages={99-101}
}
Twenty two young adult subjects (Ss) were monitored for 2 consecutive nights in the sleep laboratory. Each S was awakened three times per night: at sleep onset and during the second (REMP2) and fourth (REMP4) REM periods. Length of time in each REMP prior to awakening was either 5 or 10 min, counterbalanced on successive nights. Sleep mentation reports were obtained by standardized interview and scored for total word count (TWC). TWC after 5 min of prior REM sleep did not differ significantly… CONTINUE READING

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