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Discrimination and Conditioning during Sleep as Indicated by the Electroencephalogram

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Science  19 Mar 1965:
Vol. 147, Issue 3664, pp. 1470-1471
DOI: 10.1126/science.147.3664.1470

Abstract

Changes in electroencephalograms indicate that subjects respond more frequently to significant or meaningful stimuli during sleep than to nonsignificant stimuli, and that conditioned reactions may be induced in sleeping subjects.