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A medical dictionary written by a doctor for doctors, now illustrated by Joseph C Segen
See Wet dream While it is uncertain how dreams occur, a widely accepted paradigm is the Hobson model– Dr Alan Hobson, Harvard; as a person goes to sleep, the adrenergic system shuts down, and the cholinergic system gears up, uncoupling the neural networks integral to cognition and behaviour, the system becomes increasingly sensitive to random thoughts, resulting in juxtaposed images that may be contradictory; the cholinergic ...
Sleep and Waking (Richard Thompson, Alan Hobson), Stress (Tracy Bale), and Synaptic Plasticity (Tracey Shors). The science described herein ranges from molecular techniques and epigenetics to sophisticated imaging of humans but always with a view to the functional consequences of brain activity: behavior. George F. Koob Michel Le Moal Richard F. Thompson Active Avoidance and Escape Learning J E ...
The Bedside Dream Dictionary (2007)
by Silvana Amar
In 1977 ,Alan Hobson and Robert McCarley published research which argued that dreams were random, meaningless activities carried out by the nerve cells in the sleeping 212.
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