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(1967). Journal of Nervous and Mental Disease. CXXXIX, 1964: The EEG, Eye Movements, and Dreaming in Adult Enuresis. Sheldon K. Schiff. Pp. 397-403.. Psychoanal Q., 36:142.
Psychoanalytic Electronic Publishing: Journal of Nervous and Mental Disease. CXXXIX, 1964: The EEG, Eye Movements, and Dreaming in Adult Enuresis. Sheldon K. Schiff. Pp. 397-403.

(1967). Psychoanalytic Quarterly, 36:142

Journal of Nervous and Mental Disease. CXXXIX, 1964: The EEG, Eye Movements, and Dreaming in Adult Enuresis. Sheldon K. Schiff. Pp. 397-403.

The relationship of enuretic episodes to rapid eye movement sleep (indicative of dreaming) and reports of dream activity on arousal were studied in three enuretic servicemen. Surprisingly, dreams did not seem to accompany or precede the enuretic episode. There were no changes in rapid eye movements and, except for a single instance, the subject reported no dream on being awakened after an enuretic bout. This suggests that childhood and adult enuresis differ in respect to their relation to dreaming periods.

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(1967). Journal of Nervous and Mental Disease. CXXXIX, 1964. Psychoanal. Q., 36:142

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