The sleep of the baboon, Papio papio, under natural conditions and in the laboratory.

@article{Bert1975TheSO,
  title={The sleep of the baboon, Papio papio, under natural conditions and in the laboratory.},
  author={Joel Bert and Emmanuel Balzamo and Melissa Chase and V Pegram},
  journal={Electroencephalography and clinical neurophysiology},
  year={1975},
  volume={39 6},
  pages={657-62}
}
The sleep pattern of sixteen baboons (Papio papio) was studied under two very different conditions: (1) in a laboratory at Marseilles, the monkey being immobilized in a restraining chair in a soundproof cubicle; (2) in an African reserve, the monkey being housed in a large cage placed in its natural environment. Some very marked differences emerged. Sleep in the laboratory was longer (by 24 min) and richer in stage 3 and paradoxical sleep. In Africa, however, the sleep showed much more stage 1… CONTINUE READING

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