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Behavioral and Brain Sciences 23 (6):943-945 (2000)
In this commentary I discuss the importance of considering the isomorphism between the full richness of dreams and the great body of information about REM sleep that is amply documented in the five target articles. With this inclusive mode I point out the importance of looking at REM sleep as involving both pontine and cortical activity in an integrated network. We cannot have a full appreciation of sleep and dreaming (view of the forest) without taking both physiology and mental activity seriously. [Hobson et al., Nielsen, Revonsuo, Solms, Vertes & Eastman].
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