Sleep paralysis episode frequency and number, types, and structure of associated hallucinations.

@article{Cheyne2005SleepPE,
  title={Sleep paralysis episode frequency and number, types, and structure of associated hallucinations.},
  author={J. Allan Cheyne},
  journal={Journal of sleep research},
  year={2005},
  volume={14 3},
  pages={319-24}
}
Sleep paralysis (SP) episodes are often accompanied by vivid hallucinoid experiences that have been found to fall into three major categories thought to be organized according to intrinsic rapid eye movement (REM) processes. Prior research has, however, combined data for individuals with varying degrees of experience with SP episodes, rendering interpretations of the source of this structure ambiguous. The present study of 5799 current SP experients compares the nature and structure of the… CONTINUE READING