Situational factors affecting sleep paralysis and associated hallucinations: position and timing effects

@article{Cheyne2002SituationalFA,
  title={Situational factors affecting sleep paralysis and associated hallucinations: position and timing effects},
  author={J. A. Cheyne},
  journal={Journal of Sleep Research},
  year={2002},
  volume={11}
}
  • J. A. Cheyne
  • Published 2002
  • Psychology, Medicine
  • Journal of Sleep Research
Sleep paralysis (SP) entails a period of paralysis upon waking or falling asleep and is often accompanied by terrifying hallucinations. Two situational conditions for sleep paralysis, body position (supine, prone, and left or right lateral decubitus) and timing (beginning, middle, or end of sleep), were investigated in two studies involving 6730 subjects, including 4699 SP experients. A greater number of individuals reported SP in the supine position than all other positions combined. The… Expand
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