Sleep 1980: 5th European Congress on Sleep Research, Amsterdam, September 1980 Circadian Rhythms, Dreams, Noise and Sleep, Neurophysiology download epub
by W.P. Koella
september, 1980 Publication: Sleep 1980, Proceedings of the 5th ESRS Congress, W. P. Koella (e., Basel, Karger.
02sep(sep 2)1:00 am05(sep 5)1:00 am5th ESRS CongressEvent Type :Congress. Only ten months before the planned date of the congress, Amsterdam had to replace another promised venue, which dropped out unfortunately. In spite of the unusual short preparation time the congress became a great success, with about 300 participants. Publication: Sleep 1980, Proceedings of the 5th ESRS Congress, W., Basel, Karger 1981. Special Lectures: M. A. Corner: On the role of active (REM) sleep in ontogenesis of the central nervous system.
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Sleep and circadian rhythms. The topic of workshop 4 is the chronobiology of sleep and the effect of shift work on sleep-wake rhythms. Senescence, sleep, and circadian rhythms. Functional neuroanatomy of sleep and circadian rhythms. Workshop 5 considers the problems of traffic noise, sleep and performance. Part III of the book consists of three special reports.
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