Visually triggered K-complexes: a study in New Zealand rabbits


K-complexes are the EEG elements recorded during the state of developing sleep and during slow wave sleep. They are the only EEG components which can be elicited by sensory stimulation during sleep. The peculiarity of New Zealand rabbits to sleep with their eyes open allows the use of visual stimuli to elicit K-complexes. Experiments were performed with… (More)
DOI: 10.1007/s00221-011-2606-2


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