sleep and dream slides - Falling Dream Marie Sivak 8. 9....

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The Nightmare (John Fuseli, 1781)
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Elias Howe
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Robert Louis Stevenson
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Frederich August Kekule’ (von Stradonitz)
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Darwin & Wallace
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Niels Bohr Bohr
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Hannibal
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1. Some people hardly ever dream.
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2. Dreams usually last only a few seconds.
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3. What percentage of people dream in color? 0% 25% 50% 75% 100%
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4. (T or F) Dreams are necessary for: a. survival; b. sanity
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5. Which is better, one hour's sleep or no sleep at all?
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6. It is dangerous to awaken a sleepwalker. If you let them walk, they won't get hurt.
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7. (T or F)All Mammals dream. b. All Birds c. All Reptiles
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Unformatted text preview: Falling Dream Marie Sivak 8. 9. Nightmare the worst scare? 10. (T or F) Too much sleep as bad as too little. 11. There are some people who never sleep--If no, what is least amount? 4. Dreams are necessary for: a. survival; b. sanity (T or F). Yoked Studies REM Pressure REM Rebound 5. Which is better, one hour's sleep or no sleep at all? 8. Falling Dream (Marie Sivak, 2006) REM Behavior Disorder Elias Howe Robert Louis Stevenson Frederich August Kekule Darwin & Wallace Niels Bohr...
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