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Science. 1963 Jun 14;140(3572):1226-7.

Alcohol and caffeine: effect on inferred visual dreaming.

Abstract

In seven subjects, a large amount of alcohol, taken at bedtime, reduced the total duration of stage 1 electroencephalographic-rapid-eye-movement periods in the first 5 hours of sleep; a moderate amount of caffeine produced no significant change.

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