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F., R. (1978). The Mind in Sleep: Psychology and Psychophysiology. Edited by Arthur M. Arkin, John S. Antrobus, and Steven J. Ellman. Somerset, New Jersey: John Wiley and Sons, Inc., 1978.. Mod. Psychoanal., 3(2):258-259.
   

(1978). Modern Psychoanalysis, 3(2):258-259

The Mind in Sleep: Psychology and Psychophysiology. Edited by Arthur M. Arkin, John S. Antrobus, and Steven J. Ellman. Somerset, New Jersey: John Wiley and Sons, Inc., 1978.

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This book is a large reader with articles by the editors and others on virtually every aspect of modern laboratory sleep research. The main concern is with the research that has been conducted since the discovery, in 1953, that electrographic devices could be used to monitor mental activity during sleep. The most dramatic discovery has been the famous REM stage of sleep—the time of rapid eye movement which corresponds to dreaming states.

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