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Sleep. 1983;6(1):77-81.

Spontaneous electrodermal activity during sleep in man: an intranight study.


This study was designed to examine the intranight evolution of spontaneous electrodermal activity (EDA). Eight paid volunteer male students were recorded for 3 complete nights (after a habituation night). The results show that: during the first sleep cycle, EDA is significantly lower than during the rest of the night; rapid eye movement sleep evolves in a particular manner, which emphasizes the specificity of this sleep stage; and there is no internight habituation effect.

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