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This review summarises the results of event-related potentials studies exploring the extent to which the human brain can extract semantic information from external stimuli during sleep. The persistence of a differential response to the subject's own name, relative to any other proper name, during...
The loss of consciousness during the sleep onset period is associated with dramatic changes in information processing. Human event-related potentials (ERPs) reflect these changes. Short- and mid-latency ERPs are only minimally affected by sleep onset. On the other hand, long-latency ERPs are very...