A differential brain response to the subject's own name persists during sleep.
- Published Article
- Publication Date
Dec 01, 1999
These results suggest that the sleeping brain, during SII and PS, elicits a differential cognitive response to the presentation of the subject's own name, comparable to that occurring during wakefulness, and therefore that the sleeping brain is able to detect and categorize some particular aspects of stimulus significance.
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