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Dement and Kleitman (1957) REM and dreams . The relation of eye movements during sleep to dream activity: An objective method for the study of dreaming Journal of Experimental Psychology 53 pp339 - 46 . psychlotron.org.uk Mark Souter. Dement and Kleitman (1957) REM and dreams.
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Twist and Kleitman (1957) REM and dreams The connection of eye developments amid rest to dream action: A target strategy for the investigation of envisioning Journal of Experimental Psychology 53 pp339 - 46 psychlotron.org.uk Mark Souter

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Dement and Kleitman (1957) REM and dreams presentation long standing purpose of premium convention of dreams as forecast custom of dreams as subliminal personality D&K => leap forward re recurrence & length of dreams likewise relationship of dreams to wellbeing psychlotron.org.uk Mark Souter

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Dement and Kleitman (1957) REM and dreams the study: beginning stages D&K saw fast eye development (REM) obvious association with imagining 3 Qs 1 does dream review correspond to REM? 2 is there a relationship between\'s REM span and gauges of dream length 3 is REM associated with substance of dreams? psychlotron.org.uk Mark Souter

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Dement and Kleitman (1957) REM and dreams the study: subjects 9 grown-ups: 7M 2F 5 studied seriously 4 insignificant information to affirm information on 5 psychlotron.org.uk Mark Souter

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Dement and Kleitman (1957) REM and dreams the study: strategy S report to lab before sleep time requested that eat typically BUT maintain a strategic distance from caffeine/liquor on day of study 2 cathodes close eye (record muscle action) 2 or 3 others record mind action electroencephalograph (EEG) psychlotron.org.uk Mark Souter

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Dement and Kleitman (1957) REM and dreams the study: system woken at different times to test dream review ringer woke S - they recorded dream review on tape [why?] (to evade experimenter impacts) waking times: 2x arbitrary; 1x at impulse of experimenter (!); 1x 3xREM + 3xnREM; 1x irregular (told just amid REM) psychlotron.org.uk Mark Souter

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Dement and Kleitman (1957) REM and dreams the study: method "dream" just numbered if review clear come back to rest <5 mins 9 S studied more than 61 evenings: 351 arousals (av 5.7 every night) Subjects stirred when four prevalent example of development had held on for no less than 1 minute psychlotron.org.uk Mark Souter

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Dement and Kleitman (1957) REM and dreams comes about: REM designs all subjects demonstrated REM consistently REM had standard example design shifted per singular av hole 90 mins - standard 70-104 mins length of REM 3 - 50 mins psychlotron.org.uk Mark Souter

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Dement and Kleitman (1957) REM and dreams comes about: REM–EEG designs REM connects to EEG designs REM EEG - low voltage quick example comes about: REM–dream reports of dreams relates emphatically to REM rest few dreams reported in non-REM rest psychlotron.org.uk Mark Souter

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Dement and Kleitman (1957) REM and dreams comes about: profound rest - dream reports in profound rest (showed by EEG) Ss reported disarray reported believing that they had been envisioning … however couldn\'t depict dreams regularly reported forceful feelings psychlotron.org.uk Mark Souter

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Dement and Kleitman (1957) REM and dreams comes about: dream term – REM gauges woken 5 or 15 mins in REM and solicited to gauge span from dream solid relationship amongst\'s appraisals and REM times i.e. most subjects could as a rule gauge times precisely psychlotron.org.uk Mark Souter

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Dement and Kleitman (1957) REM and dreams comes about: eye development - dream content a) vertical eye development > working a crane b) Horizontal > tossing tomatoes c) Both vertical & level > conversing with individuals near them (companions) d) Very practically no development > gazing at altered items. psychlotron.org.uk Mark Souter

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Dement and Kleitman (1957) REM and dreams dialog: the concentrate all around controlled lab test little specimen (might be less vital on the grounds that investigation of physiological condition as opposed to mental) leap forward in dream examine close connection REM - dreams nature of relationship stays hazy psychlotron.org.uk Mark Souter

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Dement and Kleitman (1957) REM and dreams examination: later studies Goodenough et al self reported hello there/lo visionaries hey visionaries - numerous REM-dream joins lo visionaries - much lower REM-dream join rates  exceptionally factor psychlotron.org.uk Mark Souter

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Dement and Kleitman (1957) REM and dreams talk Dement and Wolpert attempted to impact dreams showered water, flashed lights, played tones some impact on a couple subjects individuals blind from birth and babies show REM psychlotron.org.uk Mark Souter

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Dement and Kleitman (1957) REM and dreams discourse: varieties in D&K\'s outcomes the accompanying tables demonstrate varieties between subjects they utilize information on the 5 fundamental subjects varieties don\'t lethally undermine D&K\'s concentrate, however ought to serve to demonstrate that we should be careful about speculations! psychlotron.org.uk Mark Souter

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