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F o r c*' o r d ' f h e I n a u g u r a l [ l e etln g o I th e Ässo cla tlo n fo r th e Psychophysl ol ogl cal S t udy o f S l e e p ( A P S S ) wa s co n ve n e d ln 1 9 6 0 [o r th e p u r l>osc oI adopl i ng a eLand a r de c o r l n g s y r t c m lo r sta g e s o f sle e p . ' fh e o p p o r tunl ty to dl scuss ex per l r n e n L a l r e s u l t e d lve r te d th e se ch a r te r In e tn b e r g fr om thel r orl gi nal purpo s e a n d , l n s t e a d , th e y d e cid e d to m e e t a n n u a lly th e reafl er to communl c at e th e l r l a t e s t r e s e a r ch fln d ln g s.. T ' i r e n e e d f o r a o t an d a r d a co lln g syBL e m r va s r e e n tp ltasl zed by l vtonroe'8 at udy ( 1 9 6 ? ) w l r l c h r e ve r le d e cr lo u s u n r e lla b illty ln th e scorl ng oI cer-tal n aleep e t a g e s . C o n c e r n o ve r lh lo u n r e lla b lllty lcd lo lh c l rtcl usl on of a specl al s es glo n o n e c o r l n g a t t h e Se vcn th r \n n u a l lle e tln g o { APSS hekl tl ut year. S ubs e q u e n t l y , a n a d h o c co m m lttce o f ln ve stlg a to r s wa s Iormed urtder the aus pl c e a o t t h e U C L Ä B r a ltr ln fo r m a tlo n Se r vlce to d e ve lop a terrni nol ogy and s c orln g B y B t e m t h a t m l g h t b e u se d u n lve r sa lly b y sle e p r c searcl ters, 'fhe Com m l t t e e m e m b e r s m e t o n e e ve r a l e e p a r a te o cca slo n s and corresponded ex t ene l v e l y l n t h e I n t e r ve n ln g p e r lo d s. ' I' h e Co m m ltto e was composed of the f ollow t n g m e m b e r s , a ll o ( wh o r n h a d co n sld e r a b le e xp e r lence i rt scorl ng sl eep re c o rd e : ll a l p h J . I l e r g e r , Ph .D., De p a r tm e n t o f Psych o lo g y , C row n C ol l egc, U n l v e r o l l y o f Ca lifo r n la , Sa n ta Cr u z, Ca lllo r n la. W t l l l a m C . D e m e n t, lvI.D., De p a r tm e n t o f Psych la try, S tanford U n l v e r o l t y S ch o o l o f lvle d lcln e , Pa lo Alto , Ca lllornl a' A l l a n J a c o b a o n , M.D,, De p a r tm e n t o I An a lo m y, Un Ivcrsl ty oI C a l l f o r n l a S c h o o l o I lvte d lcln e , l,o s An g e le s, Cal l fornl a. l,a v e r n e C . J o h n e o n , Ph . D., Na vy l\{ e d lca l Ne u r o p sychl atrl c l l e s e a r c h U n l t, U.S. Na va l Ilo sp lL a l, Sa r Dle g o, C al l [ornl a. M t c h e l J o u v e t , M . D. , l,a b o r a to lr e d e Nl6 d e cln e Experl mcnl al e, F a c u l t 6 d e l t öd e cln e , L yo n , F r a n ce . A n t h o n y K a l e s , M ,D., De p &r tm e n t o f Psyclila tr y, Ul rl vere tty o{ C a l l l o r n l a S c ho o l o f lvle d lcln e , L o e Ätr g e le s, CaLl fornl a. l ,arvrence J. i \'[onroe, P h. D , , D ep artment of P ay c hol ogy , U nl v ers l ty oI Il l l nol s C otl ege of ]\{edi cl ne , C tri c ago, l l l i nol e. Ian Osw al d, i ![. D ., D epnrIment of P s y c ]rl atry , U nl v ers l l y of E di nburgh, E di nburgh, S cotl i :Lnd. A Il an l l echtschaIIen, P h.D ., D epartnrenLs of P s y c hl atry and P sychol ogy, U ni versl ty ot C i l c ago, C hl c ago, Il U nol s . Il orvarrl P . R oIfrvarg, l vl . D ., A l bert trl ns tel n I\l c dl c al C entc r, Ivl ontcfl ore l {ospttal , The IJro nx , N ew Y ork . Ikdrl ch R oth, M. D . , D epartment oI N eurol ogy , C harl es U nl v c rs tty Irl edl cal Facul ty, P rague, C zec hos l ov al da. R l charcl D . w al ter, l vl . D , , D l vtsl o rr of N eurol ogy , D epartmc nt of fr{edi ci ne, U nl versi ty of C l Ll fo rnl a S c hool of l \[edtc l ne, Los A ngel es, C al l [orni a.

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Thl s proposal w as prcpared by thc C ornml ttee w l Lh the c x pec taLl on that the standardi zati on of recordi ng techn l quee and ec orl ng c rl terl a w oul d be w l del y used and w oul cl markedl y l ncreas e the c omparabl l l ty of reeul tl A n ev al uati orr of how muc h euc h reported by di fferent l nvcsti gal ors. sl andardl zatl on contri butes to rel i abtl i ty o{ s c ori ng w i l l hav e to aw al t the devel opment ol experl ence w l th l he sys tc m ard empl rl c al teetl ng. A l l an R ec hts c hal fen and A nthony K al es , C o-C l L1{ rmen

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In d e e d , lt [s te stlmony to thc accuracy and Ju d g r n c n t o f D e r n e n t a n d l( le itr n a n ( 1 9 5 ? ) r tb a t tlr e ll dcscrl ptl on of sl eep skrges h a s p t o v c n u s e f u l ln a d e ca d c o f vo lu m ln o u s r e se lr clt by hurdrcds of l nvestl g a t o r € w l t l l o u t r e q u lr ln g m a lo r m o d lflcxtio n . In g e neral , the prescnt proposal r e p r e s e n t s a r e a f flr r n a tlo n o f th e lr o r lg ln a l cr lte r ia f<l r the parLl tl on of sl ecp in t o s t a g e s , c o m bln e d wlL h tlr e r e vlslo u - s a n d e la b o r atl orrs w hl ch Inust l nevi l abl y ( o l l o w t e n y e a r s o f e xp € r le n ce wlth th e lr syste r n . R e s e a r c h u t l l lzln g th e De m e n l- l( le ltm a n cr lte r la for scorl ng sl ecp stagea h e s I l r n r l y e s [ a b l lsh e d th e fa ct, Ilr st n o te d b y lo ornl s, Il arveyand l l obart ( 1 9 3 ? ) , t t L l r t e l e e p le n o t a ste a d y sla te a n d lh a t tl l e sl eep stages fol l orv a f a l r l y o r r J e r l y c y c llc p a tte r n . wb lle lcn o wle d g c o f thc stgnl fi cance of each s t a g e o I o l e e p l s ln co m p le te , e p e ciflc p ltyslo lo g ica l and behavi oral correl al es o f t h e v a r l o u s s t a g e s h a ve b e e n fo u n d . T h e se a nd other correl atri s may e v e n t u a l l y p r o v l d e m o r e m e a n in g lu l d e scr ip tlo n s of sl eep than the stages d c s c r l b e d l n ( h e f ollo r vln g se ctlo n r vh lch e n r p lta o izcs the E E C charrgee. T h 6 t e r r n l n o l o g y a n d sco r ln g s) € te r u t p r o t) o se d l l ere arc not Intended as re s t r l c t l o n s u p o n th e r e se a r ch e r wh o h :r s su b sta .ntl vc rcaso{ri r for usl ng llo we vcr , lt ls str ongl y rccornrnended that d l { I e r e n t t e r m s a n d cr lte r la . d e p a r t u r e s f r o m t h e g e te r m s a n d cr lte r la e h o u ld b e specl fl cd. S uch spcl fi c n t l o n w o u l d a l d l n co r n p a r ln g th c r e su lts ln d llfe r e nt studl es. A l t h o u g h t h e r e ls co m ld e r a b lc co r n p a r a b lllty o ( sl eep 6tage mani festat l o n s a m o n g v a r l o u s Bp € cle s, th e d lf( e r e n ce s a r e a ul fl ci enl l y great to requl re a s e p a r a t e s c o r l n g s) € te m Io r m o st sp € cle s. T tr ls proposal l s desl gned {or a d u l t h u m a n s . E ve n a m o n g h u m a n su b Je cls, h o we ver, thcre r.re some l ndl v l d u a l s o r g r o u p € wh o se p o lyg r a p h r e co r d ln g s r n a y requl re further descrl pti on o r e l a b o r a t l o n t b a n th a t p r o vld e d b y th e sta g e s p r o p osed herc. l n guch i nst a n c e s , t h e e x l s te n ce o f e sta b llsh e d ca te g o r le s d o c e not free the l nvestl gator f r o m t i r e l a s k o f d e vlsln g a d e scr lp tlve s1 ttcm wh lch bettcr conrmul -l cates the Terml nol otry E E C 'ferms I'or the dcsi grl atl on of specl i l c E IG phenomena, the propos al of t]re 'Ierrnl nol ogy C ornrnl ttee oI the Internatl ohal Federatl on for E l ec troenc ephal ography and C l i ni cal N europhysi o l ogy (13raz l er, C obb, Fl s c hgol d, Gas taut, C l oor, Il css, Jasper, l rceb, Irl agntu, P ampl gl i one, R emond, S torm v an l ,eeurvcn and \V al ter, 196I) i s atJop[edex c ept w here s p€c l fl c al l y noted. S tmi l arl y, the Tcn Tvcnty E l ectrod e S y s tem o[ thc Inl ernatl onal Fedc raüon (Jasper, 1958) l s adopted for desl g natl on of el ec trode pLac ements , S taK es A more detatl ed dl scusel on of sc orl ng c r.l l erl a w i l l be preoented l ater; for purposes of prel l mi nary l dentl flc atl on, the s tages ard thei r mos t proml nent features are: . S tage W (rvakeful ness) - 1'he EE C c onLal ns al pha ac tl v l ty and/or l ow vol Lage, ml xed frequcncy a c tl v i ty . I{ovemcnt 1'1me (l \IT) - S col i ng epoc h durl ng w } i l c h the pol y graph rccord l s obscured by rnov c menl .soI the s ubJ ec t. S tage I - A rel ati vel y l orv vol ta ge, rnl x ed Irequenc y E E C w i thout rapl d cye movernents (l tE M s ). S tage 2 - I2-1.1 cycl es per seco nd (c ps ) s l eep s pl ndl es :i nd l ( compl exes on a backgroun d of rel atl v el y l ow v ol tagc , rnl x ed Irequency E E C acti vi ty. S tage 3 - i y'l oderatesmounLs of i l gh ampl i tude, s l ow w av e ac tl v l ty . 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3 + ' fllE E ec ci l l TE l l tA whic h I n a x l m l z e s c o n r p Rr a b illty a n d r cp licll.r ility. Sllo u L D AI,\\,AYS 1 ]t] I]Ä S t]D oN TILA C IN C .S F oR S C o T N G S L E E P ST ^ CES of these ei ecoI t T A I N E D F n O M C 4 / Äl OII C3 ,/A2 . A sch e tn a tlc illu str ati on l s g l v e n ln Iilg . l. t r< x le p l a c c t n e n l s E ] 'r l, l o v c ' t n c rtr R e c o r L l lltR To e U m l n a l e c o n f u slo n b e tu ' ce n e yo m o ve m e llt p o L cn tl el s and otl rcr elgrral s r v h l c h r e g e t n b l e tlle n r .a tle a r !tlvo ch a lr n e lsa r e lle ce ssaryforree y c m o v e m e n L s ' T h e r e co in m e n d e d p r o ccd u r e ls to recortl on one " oldt ugl t h e p o l e n t i a l s fr o r n a n e le ctr o d e f,Pp r o xln la le ly I cm above ancl c hrnne el eotrode on eUgt rtl y l a l c r a l t o t h e o u te r ca n th u r o ( o n e e ye a lr d a r c[e rcl l ce t h e l r o m o l a t e r a l esr lo b e o r n la sto ld . On th e s( jcond eye l rl ovement et t lt er I cm bel ow atrd c hann c l a r e r e c o r r l c d th e p o te n lta la lr o m a n e lccL r o d e tr:rthc contras llglrt l y l a t e r a l t o t l l e o u te r ca n tltu s o f th e o th e r e 1 ' e r cfe rrcd 1 .e ,, b o th e ycs a r e r cfe r r cd to tl l e aanl c ear or lat c ral e a r o r m a s t o l d ' g h o wl ln Ir lg ' l ' m a-s t o t de l e c t r o d e . ' l ' h 1 s a r r a n g cm e n t ls bl nocul arl y ll e c a u s e e ) ' e m o v e nr en ls in Sta g e REtr { a n d r vu kcfu L ress are dcIl ectl ons t l e s u g g e ste cla r r a n g e m e n t p r o clu ce s o u t- o f-phase s y uc itr o n o t r s , Äpparatus artl l aoLs on t h,: t * o c h a n D e l s f or a lm o st a lL e ye m o ve ln e n ts. o n onc cl tartneI ool yi us uall y r e g t s t e r a a l n - p h a se d e lle ctlo n s o r d e Ile cL io n s o u te r ca n tllu s e le clr o tlcg r cg ls!er as dcl l cctl ons on art llac t s f r o , n o n e o ( l h e as l rt-l l l tase only o n e c h a n n e l ; a r t l f acL s fr o r n th e r e fe r e n t e lcctr o tle r egi stcr pfo{l uccd o n t h e t w o ch r n n e ls. 1 ' h tr s, th e o u t- o I- p lr a se defl ectl ons dellec i l o n s d lstlr r g u lsh e tj fr o r n a r tifa u L r ' by ey e n r o v e m e n t c a r e e a slly di sadvantages ' f ' h e a b o v e a r r a y f o r cle te ctln g e ye m o vcm cll!s lu e some fl:It tracl l l gs' as w hen Cert al n o b U q u e e y e m ove m e n tJ ca tl r e g u lI ln r e la !lve ly n lo vement l s carrcel l ed by a pole n t l a l f i o m t h e h o r lzo r r ta l co m p o n e n t o f lh e e ye tlr e ve r tlca l co m p o n e n [' ' \iso' couvcrgent eye ar'opp o e t t e p o t e n t l a l fr o r u a r r angement' Ii ow ever' m ov em e n [ s g c n e r a t e t n- p h a se d e tle ctio n s lvlth t]r js a r e o f n r ln o r lm p o r ta llce b e ca use ubundant out-o[borh o f t . h e s e s L t u a t l o ns al ]ovt: plus e c l c { l e c i l o t r sa r c usu a lly I) r e Be l) [a t Ih e sa m e tir n e ' Furthcr' the , . l o " u n o t p e r n r l t a r y d lfle r e n tla tlo n o f h o r lzo ltL r l and vertl cal eyc a. r" y us e of a movernetrts. such di ffer:entl atl on can be ac c ompl l s hed rv l th the w hl cl t produces ln-phas e dc fl c c tl ons on the t\v o supranasl on reference' thes e v c rtl c al recor,l i ng channel s fol verti C al eye movel nenLs ' l l ow ev er' be confuseti w i th xrtlfac l B ' A l s o' the us e of a s upracye movemcnts coul tj E E C atgnal nesl on rel ercnce coul d restl l t l l l the i ntroduc i l on of c ons l derabl e do not nl ovcmetrt traci tl gs. 'Ihese i rrr: r1' s w l th A C rec ordl ngs l n the eyc ey e nrov eyi el d preci se l nforl tratl on about the di rectl on, s l z e and s peed of cye ,ncnts, e.g,, l arge pen defl ecl l ons coul ti rc s ul t from Large horl z orl Lal of the ho rl z ontal l y and v ertJ c al l y l nduc ed ntovel nents or Ir'ol n a summatl on poLentl al s l n certal n srnal l er obl i que eye m ov ements ' T)re rec ommendeo s urv ey c y e array l s l ntcnded to provl dc an economic B l arr:rngement to o[ the movemel rLs per se for the scori ng of S lage R E l \1' N l eas uretnenLs c precl se charactcrl stl cs of these eye rnöve nrenLs an orrl y be ac c ompLl ehed rvl th other tccl ul l qucs. rnov on-rc nts Wl rerc spcci {l c l tl [ormatl on about tl i rec tl on and ei z e of ey e el ec trodes horl l s requl rerj , a four channel arrangement la eugges ted w here c l ec trodes zontal to the oul er canttü as rvcl l ae l rürao l ' bl tal and eupraorbl tal a-nd ac c orded a are each pal red w i th the sarne ear or I nas tol d el ec trode pos l tl on l s rc qul red' separaLe cl nrrneI. Where speci (l c l nl ornrx tl on about ey e D C recordi ng ntu:;'"be l rtLl oduced' 'A nrl ni munl gal n of ?.5 rnrn {or 50 !V l s rec ommended for ey e tnov ement tho B ecatee l he detecl i on o( s l ow ey e mov ements l s hel pl ul l n recordi ngs. -of faste r than 0' 3 s ec s houl d nol l re us ed' l unal ys!s ,t r""orti , tl rnc consLanLs E trIG R ecordl ng 'Ihe recontl ng of E l t{C fronr muscl e l rc as on and beneath thc c hl n ln (menLal , submenl al ) l s e l rongl y recomrnended bec aus e o( l ts i rnportanc e the scori rtg of S tage R E N { w i Li ch w i l l be tli s c us s ed l ater' l ow B ccause tonl c E i vl C acti vl ty cJurl ngsl eep may be at a rel at-i v el y A ml nl l evel , hl gh gal ns shoul d be userl , prefera bl y 20 ,Y /c m or hl gher' ga-l ns mum of t,i gl t frequency fi l tcri ng shoul d be us ed, al thougl l at v c ry hl gl i oI i t i s occasi onal l y necessat'y l o fi l ter out r\C artl fac !s ' f' l me c ons tants -Ti a \l i i äe" couLd al eo be uaed as a referenc e a Bta)tdaila tvcond, E OC recorcl tng'o. 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Sp e clfl caIIy, a conven.i enttl mc i nterval shoul d be sel ccted wltlch ls n o t so sh o rt as to makc scori ng prohl bi l .l vel y cuml tersornc, nor so lo n g a s to d o vlo lcn cc to tl re ocorl ng oI sbort-I.i ved stägc cl ui ngcs. A conve n lcn t lr r tclva l Io l'most i nve$ti gi rto16 rvoul d be onc page oI rccord, w ]ri ch ls 3 0 0 n r n r ln th e r nost conrrnonl y used p;r1rcrsl zes. T[i s l ntcrval rvoul d r e su lt ln e p o ch d u r atJons of 30 and 20 sec respccti vel y for thc recommencl ccl p a p e r sp ce d s o f 1 0 and l 5 l nm/eec. B ecause tl l e use of rnucl ) l ongcr epocl rs ccu id p r o d u ce a b las agal nst the scori ngoIshort-l i ved stage changes, l l i s Bu g g e ste d tlr a t, ,,vhcncpoch l engths gr-er.tcr tl nn 30 sec trc r"rscd.the i nvcstl g a to r r e p o r t th e n r epcci i l cal l y. 1 ' h c e p o ch - b y- epoch rpproach recornnrencj cdhere docs not trnpl y ti ul t each e p o ch ls co n sld cr e d l n l sol al l on. 'I'here arc many l nstances, w i rl ch w i l l l >e d lscu e se d ln la tcr eectl orur, w herc the score assl grred to a partl cul al epoch d e p cn d s ln p a r ! o n the pol ygrapl ri c feal ures oI precedi ng and succccdl ng e p o clr s. T h e r n a ln Ical ul cs of the epoch B l stern recommcnded here are that th c p o lyg r a p h r e co rd l s ri l vl ded l nto consecuti ve segments oI ecl ual si ze and e a ch o e g ln cr r l ls a o si gncd a sl ngl e ecorc. Once an e1>och duratl on.i s sel ected It sh o u ld b e r n a in tal ned Iol the durati on oI tl re rccordi ng. Fol enmJrl e, i I a 3 0 se c e p o ch ls se lc ctcd, the chart i s dl vi decl l nl o consecul l vc 30 sec pcrl ods (he end. E ac)r epoc]r l s assi gncd a si ngl e fr o m th e 6 ta r ! o I tlrc rccordi ng t<.r sta g e Bco r e ; p o r tlo rrs oI tw o epochs may nol be combi nccj to creal c a new e p o ch . Wh e r c m o r 'o tl urn oi l e B ti rg0 l s prescnt i n an epoch, tl rc onc rvhi cl r ta kcs u 1 .r tllc g r e a te st pol 'ti on of the epoch shoul tj be scorcd as tl re stagc of th :r t e p o ch . S trgu \V c orre ul orrrl s to tl rc * ak l r' ,i 1tttatc . l t l r c l Ä rac tc rl rc ü by rl gl ;r actl.,,l ty arrtl ,/ora l orv v ol trgr, rnl x c d Irurl uc nc y tti ,C . C c rtal n s ubJ ec ts (al phe pr< x l rtqc rs ) may hav e a v l rtual l y c onti nuous al p) ur rec ord; ol .hc r s ubj ec l a rnry ohow l l ttl c or no al pl ur ac L[\' tty l n thc rvak l rrgrc c ord. l ' hi s 6tage l o us ual l y , [-rutnot nc c es s arl l y , ac c ornpanl c tl by a l el al l v el y hi gh tonl c Il l v l C , and oftc n ItE i ,ts end ey o bl i nk s arc pres c nt i n tl i c Ii OG trec l ng. N {ov c mc nLTi rne (l i l T), B od\. i ' l ov ernen[s , and Il ov ernc nl A rorrs al Tl rc s c ore "l v { T" l s as s i gned !o epoc } rs w hJ c h l mmedtal el y prec ede or fol l orv s l eep s trges , but l n w hl c h the E E G and E OG trac l ngs are obs c ured l n morc tl ran l nLI the epoc h by mus c l e tens l on and/or ampl i fl er bl oc k i ng arl l f.rc ts as s oc i al ed rv l th mov ement of the s ubj ec t. \\ftere the E E G s nd E OG l ecord c an be s een i n morc than l nl f the epoc h l n apl te of the arLl fac t.s , thc t'ec ord l s s c ored ac c orrl i ng to the prev al l l ng f E C and E OG patte rn. l tl ' I Is not c ounted w i tl r el tl rc r s l eep or w ak 1.) me bul s c ored as a 6c l ):Iral e c al .egory tl unl c s s []rc i nv es t.l gator s pc c l l l c s ol l rc rrv l ec , N ot c nough l s k now n abouI t]rc be)rav i or' :rlc orre' l a[c s o( i \1T to c l as s l fy l t unambl guous l y as c i ther s ]eep or w ake[ul nes s . \\' herc an c poc h i s obs c urc c i by mus c l e tc rrs l on and/or ampl i fi er bl oc k i ng arti fac ts but i s i rnmedi atel y prec eded and fol l ow c d by S tage \V , thc c l )oc l l i s s c ored S l agc \V r;rthel than I\1' 1. It' l T s houl d nol " be c on[us c d rv i th thc s c ori ng of dl s c retc body mov emc nts w hi c h rnay bc of rel al l v ei l , s hort durrtl onl l od_yrnov enrents c .l n be detec tc d by s o ml ny dev l c es . antl Lhc y c arr bc dc { i ned i n s uc h a l arge v ari ety of rv al ' s acco |di ng to thc Inv es l .i gator' 6 l ntc res t, that l t l s l eft to eac h l nv es tl gal .or to deslgntIc hl s orv n c ri teri x (c .g., R ec hts c hal fc n, \V ol l x ]rt, D ement, I' l l l c l rei l and Fi s her, 1963). B ody mov emc nts are not to be c ons i dered epoc h s c ores l n the s ame s ens e as I{ T. B ody nl ov ernents s horrl d be c ons i dered s pec l fi c physi ol ogi c al c v ents w hi c h c an oc c ur durl ng A IT or durl ng 6!ages . B otl t IrIT and bo< J 1' nl o\' omc tl ts arc to bc dts ti ngtri s hc d from mov c rnent arous al s . w hi c h rv i l l as s umc s omc j ml )ol ' Ll rrc c i n t[c s c orl l l g of s tages to be di scus s ed l al er. 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movement arousal s. S i rrri l arl y, the cri teri a for body mov ements w l l t uoul l l y sati sfy the ral her nl i ni mal requi rements for mov ement arous al . Il orv ev er, [he converse oI these strternents need not be true. IJ ody mov emenl s may be of rel eti vel l 'short duml l on and Ial l far short of the c rl terl a for i \l T, Iv l ov erncnt arousal nced i ndi crte onl y some l ncrcas e l n mus c l e ac ttv i ty and does not necessarl l y i nvol ve the substantl al spatl a l dl s pl ac ement oI the body w hl c h i s l rnpl i ed by body rnovement. Movement ar ous al c oul d res ul t from an l sol xted snral l muscl e contr:rctl on, a vi gorous bl l nk , or a fnc l al grl rni rc c , S trße I S tagc I l s dcfl ncd by a rcl ati vel y l orv y6191g", ml x c d [rc quenc y E IC rvi th a prorni nence of actl vi ty l n the 2-7 ctx range.r The fas ter frequc nc l c s arc mosl l y o[ l orvcr votl age l han l he 2-? cp ac U v i ty . S tx gc I oc c urs nl os t oftcn l n the transi l l on frorn rvl kel uhess to l h e ol her s [eep s tages or fol l ow i ng body movemcnLs durl ng ol eep. D uri ng o oc l urnal s l eep, S täge I tends to be rcl ati vel y sl :ort, rangi ng from about I Io 7 rnl n. The l tl ghes t v ol l age 2-7 cP s acl i vi ty (about50-?5 uV ) tcnds to occur i n i rregul arl y s pac ed burs ts nrostl y tl uri ng the Iatl er I)orU ons of l he sl -age. Ä l s o durl ng l he l atter portl orr3 w o{ thc stage, vcrtex sMrp w aves may app ex r, often l n c onJ u.nc tl on l t-h the 'fhe ampl l lude oI the v erte,x s l urp rv av e l s l ri gl r ampl i tude 2-7 cl ß acl tvi ty. occ:si onal l y as hi gh as 200 !V . S corl ng of S tage I requl res an abs ol ute abscnce oI cl carl y defi ncd l ( cornl :l exes and s l eep s pi ndl es . Trac es of l orv vol l :rgc actl vl ty tL 12-l /L cps may begtn to r l )pc l r as the trans l tl on to S tage 2 approaches, but thi s actl vl ty i s not to be dc fl ned as s l eep s pl ndl es urtl l the rhytl rmtc bursLs rre cl earl y vi sl bl c for at l eas t 0,5 eec , at w hl c h l l me they deftne the presence of S tage 2 (see bel ol ). S tage l , es pec l al l y fol l orv l ng w akeful ness, i s characterl zed by the presen c e of s l ow ey e mov emenLs , eac h oI ceveral seconds durati on, w hi ch are w ual l y mos t prornl nen! durl ng the

a T h e t e t rn Lott voLtage, nir ed EEC " i s pr efer r ed " re L a ti u e L y fr equency uoed to deecr ibe o r ", e g he r te tma p re u i o uaLy the EEC pattent dr i dr io c h a t ' a r : t e ri a ti c o f S L a 4 e 1 and Stuge RtM, I' le tenn t' Stc ge 1 EEC " i s to be auoided, b e ca u o e tlr c patter n attto occur o in Stage R l i r l atr c I i L c o u l d c o ye e co n fi i o i o n to opeak about "a Stoge 1 tEC in Stage SEi l t'. ahould not be ueed, beadus e i t doee nol T h e t e r m " L o u u o l ta g e recor d" aecut'ately d e e cri b e th e EEG of Stage I or REll, Accor di ng to the tenni n o l o < 1 y o f th a fn te ma ti o mL Feder ation, tettn det nteo tlis a r ec or ti ttith aboüe 10 sV, no actiuitlJ a cti u i ty ahov e 20 eV't. "N o t,h ytl mi c qr <l many of the oau- tootl t l l c v t y o f th s o e rte E o h a rp uaues of Staga 7 u a u e e o f S tü Je R E i 'l e tce ed 20 yV.

Ti re@ord" i s re;ec ted, ,rpg 6nLy bec aus e i t i a rej ected by t)rc IntemaLi otraL Fedcrw ti on, but aLs o bec aus e tl rc E E C of S tages I and R tl 4 contatrre a coüei detub Le onount of aati v i ty i n tl rc 2-7 ape bancl , I'he most popul ar tern heretofore us ed Lo deac rtbe the l tas been "Lou vol to4e, random", Thi a term i e E E C of S cageo ) od R E t'! nou rej ected beccntse, accordi ng to the tettni noLogy of the Intetmati orw l tetl erati 9n, "randan" ne4ns I'l ,scprri ng at i nc onotant ti ne i nterv aLo' ,, tntl ter tl vtn denoti ng a ni rture of frequen c i ea.

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descri pti on of E tC cl nnges i tr the ' fo r a n o te d e .tai l ed, di f!'erenti ated ttytr tsitio n fr o n uakeful nes; to eLeep, the reader i s rcferred to R oLh (1961). 2 Be ca u a e L h e te \m "al eep epi ndl s6" )ras been ai del y usad i n sl eep z' e te a p clr , th is tc nn ui l L Le petai neLl - The tertn sl toul d be y6s1l 6nl y to cjcscr ib e a ctiui ty betueert 72 arvl J4 cps.
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' I' he s eLec ti ott of a J mi n i nterual ft uas bas ed upo,r D as arbi trv ry . o ur j udgnerrt i l tat i nter-6pi nc l l e i trterual s of tl at Length mi gl tt oc mr u i thout a s tage c hage al Lhough euc h oc c as i ons uoul d be ture. 5In c i eterntni no ti te perc entage of an epoc l r uhi c h c outai ns uav es ol ' 0 ,5 s ec or s l out.r artd greater t.han ?5 y V , a c ertai n onoutrt of unui l l be i nLrodttc ed bec auee i t i s eooz Li nes di l fi c uLt r eLi abtl i tv to d el ' i ne a uav e b:' ui s ual i ns pec ti on, For ez c tnpLe, i t i s not al uay s cl ear ul retl rc r tc c c onLi gttoue potenti al s of the aute pol attty represettt a s i ttgl e s to;' uaue ui th a anal l uaoe of oppoai te poLoti ty sup-eri tpos ed, or theLl rc r ti rey repres ent tüo s eparate fas ter uaues . T o es ti nnte ti te rrrreLi dti Li ty i trLroduc ed by auc h orngi bui ti es , tl trc e n enbers ol .Lhe C o,rni ttc e s c ot,e< l 28 s el ec ted epoc ha of 30 s ea

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uV peak to pcak. ,ttttrougtr onl y sl i ghtl y more th-antnl f of an epoc h may actual l y contai n hl gh ampl i tude, sl o..' r av es w tri c h meet the abov e s pec l fl _ crti ons, most S [age ,l epochs have !]re appearanc e of bei ng c ornpl etr:l y dornl natec.l thi s actl vl ty. Intcrval s o f l ow c r ampi l tude, fas ter ac uv l ty by rrrel y persl st [or rnore tl urn a few scconds 1n S tage 4, but are us ual l y prom_ i nent i n S tage 3 epochs. S l cep spi ndl es m& y or may not be p res ent l n S tage 4, + S tage R E l vl S tege R Ii M i s defi ned by the conco ml tanl appearanc e o( reLatl v el y l ow vol tage, ml xed frequency E E G acti vi ty ar)d epl s odl c R E l v l g. The E E G pattern rcsembl es the one descri bed for S tage l , ex c ept that v ertex s Mrp w av es are not proml nent l n S tage R trI,1. A ls o, In S tage R E N { c l l s tl nc tl v e ,' s aw tooth" w xves (B erger, Ol l ey and Osrval d, 1962) frequeni l y , but noi ahv a;rs ,

ULe L -l\'on durw t i o t t e a c h f o r , a yte r ce n ta g a o l th a e p o ch u h tch aontai ned t,uaceptabLe,' eLc ü u a ü e a . I n t h e te a t slr p le u a e d , th e a e p e tte n Lages rangeL! fron ubou L J 5 7 t o 8 0 7 ; a b o u t tu o - th tr d s o f th e e p o ch o feLL trr ühe nat'rouer t ange b e t u e e n 4 0 i l o d 6 0 /., i.e ,, th e ta n g e in u h tcl t rel i abl e di fferent iaLio t r o f S ö a g e a 3 o r d ' l is wo t d if ficu lt. I' h e rr.nk order cort'el ati oi l e bet ue e n p a i r a - o f a c o r e r a o n q n o u tlt o f h ig h cn tp lttu de al at acti ui by uere' . 94, . 9 ! , m d , 9 1 , Ap o a r e n t,L y, th a a n b ig u itie e in v oLved i n the aLasurenent o f E E C u a u e l a le n o t, Bo g r e a t o r p r e va L e n t a s to i nterfere ul ttr re-Lia b l e a c o r i l g . o f th e o n o ttn t o f e r e p o ch 6 h ich cl ntai no the speci fted alot s u a o e a c t i u i t y . T h e o b o u e r e lia b iL ity co e lfie ienta, houeuer, shoul d not b e c o n f \ e e d u i t h th e r e lio b ility o f a co r in g Stagea J ond 4. fn ac t ua . L p r a c , t i c . e , , a fa iL u t.,e to Bco r e u a u e b y u a u e in doubtftrl caoeo c ould r e e u l t i n l q , se r r e lio ) :ilttie a en the otl ter fo r a ta g e e co ri ng, hut <l , a c t u a l r e c o r d s o J' ,co r r tin u o u e a le e p n a g n o t. be i o heavi Ly bi aeed t e a t . s d n p l e e u ith e p o ch a o f a b o u t S0 I "a cceptabLe,, aLou uave at t h e a n d t h e y e lia b .iL ily o f o co r in g SL o g e a J i :ad 4 coul d fi s hi gher ac t ivi t y , t hc u t h e c o e f f i c i e n t s cite d d to ve , < le p e id i,q - o n the core ortl preci oi on of t h e a c o r e r o . ^ 'I ' he r e ü a s c o n a i d e t ah le d ie cu o a io n in th e Ca r d tte e abottL the ui adcm of apply i n g a n a n p l i t u d e ct4 te r io n in a cltlicio tr to a frequency cri Leri on fbr t he o c o r i n g o f S t a g ee 3 a n < l 4 , tu r p L i.tu d a ia in flu enced by seuerw L udria b L e B a p a r b f r o n ce r e b r u L a ctiu ity, ' Ih e e e in cLude: eLectrode reaia t r t r c e , t ü n e c o n a ta n ts, e L e ctr o d e p la ce n e n t, r tnd i nteteLectrode

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s c v oral s ec onds . For purpos c s of s tage s c orl ng, thc s e tranel enl . c l urngc s rnay be di s rc garded. J tl i x tures of S l age R E l i l and s l eep s pl ndl es . ' Iherc are oc c as l ons ,. rnos tl y durl ng the fl ret R E I' 1 perl od oI ti re ntght, rv l rc n s l eep s pl ndl es are l nters pe rs c d w i l h R E [l s and the E l v l G rernal ns at thc S tage R E N t Iev el throLrghout. ' I' he ec orl ng l n thes c s l !uatl ons l s bas ed u pon the fol l ow i ng trv o pl l nc l pl es . l. A ny s ec [i on oI r' ec ord c ont.i guouew i th S tage IIE I{ l n rv hj c h the E E G s ho$t rel ati v c l y l orv v ol Lage, ml x ed Irequenc y 1s ec orc d S tage ITE N I regardl es s of w hether ItE l r' 1sare pre6ent, prov l di ng E i \1C l s at the S üage R E r\l l ev c l md there are no l nterv enl ng mov ement arol rs al -s . (S i tuatl ons w hl c h Irrv ol v e mov ement arous al s rv i l l bc dl s c w s c d l ater, ) A n l nterv al of rc l ati v c l l ' l ow v ol tage, ml x ed Irequc nc y E IG rec ord bc trv eerltw o s l s c p s pi ndl es or I( c ompl ex es l s c ons i dorc d S tage 2 rc gardl c s s of E i \l G )ev el , i f tl )ere arc no nE l \l s or nrov c rnc rrI arous al s durl ng the l nterv al and l f thc i ntc rv c l l s Ic s s l l rarr 3 mi n l ong. (Thl s l e s l rnpl l a rei tc raLi on oI [l )c rul c s for s c ori ng S tagc 2. )

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I u l l o c l l s i l r c Sta g e IIEI\l ;tttd co tr tlir t r to slccp s 1;i ndl cs. The r.rpoch c o n t r i u i n g th c sle e p sp in d le ls sco lcd Stn g c II.H I\fbccl rruc nl I of t [ c c p o c h p r e ce d ltlg a n tJ fo llo wln g tlr c slce p s pi ndl e i s consi dercd S l a g e R . U i \ l u n d cr r u le fl I a b o vc. I n a 3 0 s e c e p o ch . sle cp sp in d le s o ccu r tt tlre 10th ancl 20th T s e c c i ä d 3 l . - h e p fe ccd in g ln d su ccce d ir r g e p o cl u w ere S tagc Il E l rI. T h e f l r s t a n d h st l0 scc o f th e cp o ch co n tiln i ng the sl eep s p l n d l e s a r e co n sld cr cd Stilg e IIEllt u n d cr r u l e dl . Tl rc ni i ddl tr l 0 s e c l s c on sld cr e cl Sta g o 2 u ld cr r u le /1 2 . Il ccnuse trro-thi .rds ( m o r e t l u n h a lf) o f th e e p o ch is Sta g e REI{ , thc epoch i s scor.ud n s S l . r g e R E[l ( F tg . 0 , lllu str a tlo n I]r ) . If, l n thc abovc si tua[l on, t h e s l e e p s pln d lcs h a d o ccu r r e d a t ( h d 5 th a n d 25th seconds, then t w o - t h l r d s of th e e p o ch r r o u ld b e co n sld cr e d Stuge 2, trrtl thc e p o c h r v o u ld b e sco r e d Sta g e 2 ( l"lg . 6 , lllu "stratl on I)r). C. T h e r e a r e th r e e su cccssivc e p o ch s d u r ln g r vhi ch thc E X IC l s xt t h e S t a g e I I E ItI lcve l; e xce p t fo r th e sle e p sp lndl es to bc noted b c l o r v , t h e E[C ls r clir tive ly lo \v vo lta g c, m l.rr.l dIrequency. R E I I s o c c u r d u r ln g lh c fir st 5 se c o [ th e ftr st epoch end duri ng t h e l a s t 5 s cc o ( th e th lr d e p o ch . Slce p sp ln <i l es occur rt the 2 0 t h s e c o f th c flr st e p o ch a n d d u r ln g th c 2 Ot h scc of thc thl rd c J r o c h . T h e r e a r o n o IlElls o r slccp sp ln d le s l n l he ntl ddl e epoch. T h c f l r st e p o ch ls sco r e d Sta g e ItEtr f b e c ausc thc fl rst 2 0 s e c o f t h e e p o ch , 1 .c., u n tlI th e sle e p sp indl e, l s cons l d e r e d S t a g e REIT Iu n d e r r u le d t. T t e m l d d le e p o ch ls sco r e d Sta g c 2 , e vcn though l t c o n t a l n s n o slce p sp ln d lcs, b e ca u se tu r d e r r u l e l f2 al l of t h e r e c o r d b e tu ,ce n th e two Ble e p sp in d le s ls c onsl tl cred Stage 2. T h e t h l rd e p o ch ls sco r cd SL a g e 2 b e ca u sc thc fl rst 2 0 s c c o f t h e cp o ch is co n sld e r cd SL n g c 2 u n d er rul e f2. S t rr l . a n d E n d o f S t a RE} I C. uhi ch rrc uscd to rl cfi ne S tl gc R Ii [[ rnrry or nray not c ]l angc al mul hrnc ous l y . '[o;ri d l n tl rc detccrni nati on of S tagc l l t i l U ons et and Iermi natl oo i n l ns tanc c a rvhcre l hc Lhl cc i rtti i ca[ors do not change s i mul Laneow l y , the fol l ow l ng scori ng probl crns are prescnted togcl h er w i th the s c ori ng rec omrnentl ;rtl ons , l. S tert of S teK e Il tj A l S chcmati c i l l ustrati ons o f l he rul es Ior s tarti ng S tage R E II{ l re preserrted i n Fi g. ?. 'I'h e l c tter des l gnrti ons of thc i l l us trati ons corrcspond to the l etter des i gnatl ons of the tex ü bel ow . A. S l cep spi ndl es nnd K corn pl ex es s top and the E E C c hangc s to rel ati vel y l orv vol Lrge, ml x ed frequenc y for one or more cpochs before R E l tl s star t. S c ore al l the rc c ord from thc l ast sl eep spl ndl e or K co mpl ex as S täge R E Iv I tf the E N IG duri ng the epoc[s beforc R E N Is l s at l he s al ne [ev el as af ter R E N Is l l d i f thcre h a-sbeen no i nl erv enl ng mov ement arousal . S core the rec ord up to the l as t s l eep spi ndl e or K compl ex a.s S tage 2 i rres pec tl v e of E Itl O Ievel . In rl rc i nsLanoes w here there l s a prog-res s l c rn from S trge 3 or 4 to S tage R E ttl , a paral l el rul e appU es , cxccpt tl l at sl ow w ave actl v l ty i s s ubs tl tuted [or s l eep spl ndl cs and l ( compl cxcs . S l eep sptndl es and l ( conrpl ex es s top and the E E G c l L:l nges to rcl atl vel y l ow vol tagc, rni x ed frequenc y [or an l nterv al of one or more epochs be fore R E Iv l s s tarti E ,\[C remal rLg at a rel xti vel y hl gh l cvel for s ome portl on oI thl s l ntc rv al before l t drop.s to the S ta ge R E M l c v el . S c ore S tage R E M from tl re poi nt rvhcre the U tl tC amp[i tude dropped, prov l d{ ng R tl l l s occur I:c[ore any addi l l onal s l eep s pi ndl es or K compl excs appcar, The portl on of the rec ord fol l ow i ng the l ast sl eep spi ndl e or K c ompl ex and prl or to the E tU C droJ: i s cor\si dcred as par t of the prec edl og s Ll ge (us ual l y S tago 2) unl css i t i s 3 rni n or l onger, i n w hl c h c as e l t l s scored stxgc l . S l eep spl ndl es and K com pl ex es s top and the E tl G c harrges to rel rti vel y l orv vol i age, mi x ed frequenc y for one or rnore epoehs before l l E N Is start ; drrrl ng thes e epoc hs there l s a moycment arousal . S corc S ti l ge-nE I\l at the poi nt tol l ow l ng thc movernent arougal at w hl c h the E N { O trx c i ng l s reduc ed

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Later i n thc Interv al . S c ore S LageR E III up to t} te pol nt of E MG augmentaLi on. S c ore S tage I from the pol nt of E l r{ G augrnentaLi onu,rtl l there l g eome B ubs equent l ndl c atl on of o s tage c l urnge, w hl c h l s uB utl l y c l ther e reB umptl on o{ R E l rl s (Fi g. 8, l l l us tratl on B r) or tl i e oc c urrenc e of ol eep s pl ndl es nnd/or l ( c ompl ex es ' 1Fl g. 8, l l l w tratl on B 4). A s pec i al c os e frequentl y arl s es w here a mov ement arous al i nterrupLs the c onti nui ty of S tage R E M, the mental -s ubmental E )\' l Gqul c k l y rev erLg to tbe S tage R E III l e v el fol l ow i ng the mov ement arous al , the E E G remdno rel atl v el y l ow v ol tage, ml x c d frequenc y , and there l e a res umptl on of R E l v 1s9r c hange to S tage 2 one or more epoc l rs fol l ow i ng the mov ement arous al . The probl em l s w hether to s c ore the l nterv al fol l ow l rrg the mov ement arous al and the res ump[on of I(E t!{ s or c l uuge !o S l äge 2 as S l age I or S l age R E i !{ . ' Ihere i s argurnc nt for S Lage I l nas muc h as a c Mnge to a rel l tl v el y l ow v ol l age, rnl x c d frequc nc y pattern l egul arl y fol l orv s many mov emenl arous al s w hl c h i nterrupl S l ages 2, 3, and.{ ; there l s no reas on to as s ume tl ut l ntc rruptl ons of S l agc R Fl l \1w oul d bc l mmune to s uc h c hanges to S tage I. On tl l c otl ror h:rnd, the genc ral pri nc l pl e remal ns that x rehti v el y l ow v ol Lrge, ml x c d frequenc y E E G c ontl guous w i th S tagc Il E i \l l s to be s c ored as S tage R E I' I . A l though the dec l s i on i s dl ffi c ul t, there are dl fferenc es bc l w een S tagc I al d S tage nE i U , apart from the pres enc e or abs enc e of R E l rl s , v rhl c h c an bc us ed to mak e a dl s c rl l nhati on betw een the tw o. The C omml Ftee thought l t bes t to U s t general gul del l nes for dl s ti ngul ehi ng bebw eenS tage I and S tagc R E i \l and Ic av e l t l o the 6c orer l o x P pl y thes e gui del .i nes J udgnrc ntal l y . In general , the s c ori ng ot S tage 1 l s fav orec l l n proporti on to l he s l z o and duratl on oI the rnov c mc nt arous rl . ' I' hl s l s bas c d on thc fac t tha(, rv hc n mov enl ent aroLs al s i nterrLl pt ol her 6trges , the durati < rn oI thc pos t-mov omc nt S t-rge 1 l s genc ral l y propor[l onx l to the magrri tudc of tl l c mov c mc nt. A mos t i rnportant i ndi c atl on of S tage I i s the pres c rrc e of s l orv ey e nrov emenLs , A l though s l otv e)' e mov ernenLs aru s ometl mc s pres ent durl ng s tage

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' t : n d o f S r n K o n EiU C, (Cont.lnucd) i t E M , t b e y d o n o t a p p r o a ch th e a b u ld a n ce , mxgnl tude, a n d p e n d u la r p a tte r n o f th e slo w e ye m o ve m cnts duri ng A a lo n g a s th e r e a :e p r o m ln e n t slow eye Shge l. m o y e m e n t s fo llo wln g th e m o ve m e n t a r o u sa l, the l nvesüg a l o r c a n fe e l co n Jld cn t a b o u t scr .r r ln gSta g e I. A l t b o r r g h th e EEC o f Sta g e I a n d Sta g e R E i \I aro v e r y s l m l l a r , th e r e a r e so m e d lfle r e n ce s wir.tchmay b e u s e f u l i y n o te d . St4 g e I sco r ln g ie fa vo r e d l n prop o r t l o n t o th e a m o u r t o f a lp h a a cUvlty lm m edl atcl y f o l l o w i n g t h e m o ve m e n t a r o u sa l; th lo g u id e ls l rr accord w l t h a g e n e r a l co n ce p tlo n o f th e p o st- m o ve m ert S tage I a s a t r a n sillo n b a ck to u n a m b lg u o w sle e p fol l orri ng a c h a n g e l n sta te wh lch a p p r o a ch e d wa ke fu ln e ss. The p r e s e n c e of we ll Io r m e d ve r te x e p lke s fa vors l he e c o r l n g o f Sta g e l, wh e r e a e th e a p p e a r a n ce of rvel l f o r m e d e a w- to o tb wa ve a ln d lca le s Sta g e REi\I. l n c l p l e n t o lg n s o f o lo e p sp ln d le o a n d K compl exes m a y a l a o b e u se fu l ln m a ld o g th o d lfllcu lf d lecrl rD l nal l o n b e t w e e n Sta g e I a n d Sta g e R!llt{ fo llo r vln g movement a r o u s a l a . T h e p o ln t h e r e ls b e st ln d lca te d b y consl derl n g t h e t y p l ca l tr a a sltlo n fr o m Sta g e I to Sta ge 2 at the b e g { n n L o g of e le e p . Ju st b e fo r e wcll fo r m ed ol ccp e p l n d l e e a nd K co m p le xe s a p p ca r 1 u L h c r cco rd, one c a n u o u a l l y d e te ct ln clp lcn t o lg n e o f ttr ls a ctlv l ty. For e x a m p l e , t he r e m a y b e tr a ce e o f ve ly lo r v vol l age 12-14 c p s a c t l v l t y g ca tte r e d [n th e r cco r d wh lch d o not perol st f o r t h e f u l l h a ll se co n d r cq u lr e d to m e e t th e defl nl tl on o f a e l e e p sp ln d le ; th e r e m a y b e wa ye fo r m s w l rl ch begi n t o a p p r o a c h th e m o r p h o lo g y o f lh e K co r n p le x, but do not f u l J l l l t h e r e q r r lr e m e n t. Wh e n e u ch "ln clp lcn t" cl eep s p l n d l e s a nd K co m p le xe s a p p e a r ln a r e la tlvel y l orv v o l t a g e , m lxe cl fr e q u e n cy r e co r d wtr lch Io llo ws a S tage R E M l n t e r r up lln g m o ve m e n t a r o u sa l, th cy m ay be takon a s B u p p o r t ln g e vkle n ce tln t th o ln te r va l b e tween l hc a r o u s a l a n d th e In clp le n t e lg n h a s b e e n Sta g e 1. If the epoch fol l orvrrrgtl re arous al l s s c ored as S l age I then the remal nder oi the rec ord i s s c ored as S tage I u:rti l the reappearanc e of R E Iv IS(Fl g. 8, l l l ustratl on C .) or untl l the appc aranc e of the f(rs t sl eep spl ndl e br K compl ex (Ii l g. 8, i l tus tratl on C r). Gi ven the above sl tuaLi on, but w i thout any or w l th onl y very ml nl mal sl gns of S ta ge I fol l ol l ng the mov ement arousal (l arge movement, s l ow ey e mov ements , i nl tl al abrmdance of al pha, verte x s pi k es , l nc l pl ent s l eep spi ndl es and K compl exeo ) thc ac orl ng s houl d be c onti nued as S tage R E I\I (Ftg . 8, l l l w tratl on D ,) untl l the next l ndl catl on of a stage c hangc (Fl g. 8, l l fus tratl on D ^).

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p l ' es enl atl on. I! l s 6ugges ted tl ut i n hl etograms , w bl l e repreeent w ak el uLres s , cl i agonal Ll nes repres e,t s l eep, c ros s -l uLc hl ng repres ent S l age N R E l rt, and b l ac k repres ent s tage R E l v l. w i rere l t l s dc s l rabl e to repres ent the l nc II,,ri dual NIl E i v l s tages oc paratel y , l t l s l c ft to thc l nv eaugator,s l ngenuJ ty to des l gr di i l c rent c ros s -hatc h.i ngs or s i l pU ng eIIec Ls { or eac n s l i rge. W here 6tages are repres ented by dl fferent ordl nal l ev el s , as i n Il gl res w h.i c h s horv the s equenc e oI s l eep s t-agesw l th ti rnc (w hl c h l s demarc ated on the abs c i s s a), the s tages s boul d be ac c ordec l the fol l ow l ng ordl nal pos l ti ons (Ii s ted from top to bottom): W , R E I\I, l , Z, 3, ,I . The prac ti c e of as s l gni ng S Lrge I and S tage R E ,\l to tbc aame orc l l nal Iev eI l e not rec ommended bec aus e i t i nc reas es the pos s i bi Li ty of c onfus l on betw een the t.w os tl ges . V ertl c al mark s may be us ed to des i grate mov emenLs . Tbl s ordi nal arrangernent of 6 tages w as s el ec l ed bec arue l t l s c onv enl ent, not bec aus e tt h:s any addi i l onal s l gnl fl c anc e, s uc h as a repres c ntr.i l on of s l c ep depth. l t l s now w el l k no\!r tl nt s l eep s tages c annot be graded r.urambl guous l yon a general l z etl depth of sl c ep di mens l on (e.g., R ec hts c ha{ fen, Ii aurl and Zel tLl n, 1966). W hen thc pol y graph trac i ngs l herns c l v es are pres ented, l t l s s uges tc d thl t trac l ngs be arranged from Lop to bottom i n the fol l ow i ng order: e1,e m ov c mc nLs , E i \IG, E E G, and othc r pol y graphl c trac l ngs s uc h as E C C and res pi ratl on. C oncIudi C om ments

TIri s manual for a s l andard termi nol ogy and s c ori ng s y s tem refl eets the c ons c ns us of a group of Inv es tl g-rtors eac h bav i ng many y ears of ex peri c nc e l n the s c ori ng c ' i pol y graphl c s l eep rec ords . Inl Ll al di s c us s l on rev eal ed r number of l s s ues that needed to be res ol v ed. 1' he dev el opment of l l te tnanuai re qul red ex tens i v e dl s c us s l on, c orres pondenc e and rev l s l ott unti l eac h oI thes e i s s ues rv as res ol v ed to the s ati s fac tl on oI the erl tl re C omml ttee. Ti Li s l undbook s houl d be v i erv ed as a rv ork l ng l ns trument rather than a 5(atute, l \ l any oI tl re dec l s i ons made arc bas ed upon an u.nderl l ng c onc eptl on of t]re organl z ati on of s l eep s tagc s w hl c h ful ure res earc h may prov e rv rong. Ex peri enc e w i th the nrl nu;rl may s uggc s t pos s tbl e rc v l s l ons . \\?rc n thc s e su ggc s ti ons ac c umul ate apprec i abl y , i t w oul d s eem l n order [o hare a re v i erv of the manual -

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F IGURE T .. F IGURE 2 . F'IGTIRE3. T IGUNE 4 . F IGURE 5 . F IGUNE 6 .

Placemen[ of E E G, E frl C and E OG el ectrodes. Comparl sorr of E E G tracl ngs l n S tages 2 and 3. Comparl son of E E G traci ngs Ln S tages 3 and 4. Compari sou of E E G tracl ngs l n S tages 2 and 3. Comparl son oI E E O traci ngs l n S tages 3 and '1. Sc hcrnatl c l l l ustratl ons of rul es for scorl ng S tage REIV Irni xed w i th sl eep spi ndl es., Sc hematl c l l l w trati ons start of S trg< IIE M. of rul es for scorl ng the

F ICUNE 7 .

I.ICURE 8 .

Sc hemaüc l l l ustratl ons of rul es (or scorl ng the e nd of S tage IIE M. Epocl x from varl oug gLages of a 19 year ol cl , normal , m al e subJect. Epochs froru varl oug stages of a 2l year ol d, normal , Eool esubj ect. Dpoctrs frorn varl ous stages of a 25 year ol d, normal , m al e subl cct.

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R ec hl s c haffen, A ., l l auri , P ., and Zel tIl n, M, hol ds i n Il E l tl and N R E Iv I al eep s ts ges . 92?-942. 1966.

R ec hts c haffc n, A ., W ol pert, E ,A ., D ement, W . C ., It{ i tc hel l , S .A ., and Fi s her, C . N oc turnal s l eep of narc ol eptl c 6. E l eetl oenc etrh. c Ii n. N c urophrs i ol ., 15: 599-609, 1963. noth, B . Thc c Li ni c al and tl reoretl c al i rnportl nc e oI E E G rhy thrns to c o r rc s 1> ondi ng s tatc s of l orv ered v l gi Lanc e. E l ec troenc epl t. c l j n. N r.uronh i ol ., 13: 395-399, 1961.

Br o wn , C. C. A proposed stmdard nornencl ature for psl ,chophl si ol ogi c n reasurcs. P svcl roph-vsi ol ., 4: 200-264, 196?. De m cr r t, \\'., and l (l ei trnan, N . C ycl i c vari atl ons i n E E C duri ng sl ecp and th el r rcl tti on to cyc movel ncnts, body motl l i ty, and dreami ng, Dlectrocnccpl r, cl l n. N europht,si ol ., 9; 6?3-690, 195?. Ja co b so n ,4 ., K al es, A ., Lehmann, D ., and l l oedemaker, F.S . Il {uscl e to nu6 l n hurnan subj ects durl rrg sl cep and drearni ng. E xp. N eurol ., l0 :,1r8-42{. 196.1. Ja sp cr , ll.l {. (C omrnl ttee C hal rman). 'l 'he ten tw enty el ectrode system of th e l nte.natl onal !'ederati on. E l cctroenccph. cl i n. N europhl si ol ., I 0: 3? 1-3 ?5, 1958. Jo lu r so n , L . C . and K arpam, W. E . A utonomi c correl ates of the spontaneous K- cornpl ex. P svchophysi ol ., 4: 386, 1968. (^bstract- A rti cl c l n press .) Jo h n so n , 1 ,. C . , N utc, C . , A usti n, Irl .'f . and Lubi rr, A . S pecIral ai l al ysi s of th e E E C duri ng w aki ng and sl ecpi ng, E l ectroencgph. cl i n, N curop hvsi ol ., 23: 80, 196?. l,o o m is, A. L., l l arvcy, E . N ., and l l oburt, G.A . C erebral statcs durl ng slecp :re stutl i etl b1' humrrn brui rr l l otcrrtl :rl s. J. tl xtl . I)sj chol ., 2 1: 127-1.1.1 193?. ,

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Sta g e REfr { , T ' hi s l s an tutambl guous S tage IIE II. The fl uctuatl ons o f the E MG basel l ne probabty rcpresent j aw movemenLg a sB ocl ated w l th respl rati on.

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2 to T hi s c poc h depi c Ls tl r e tr atts i tio n f ro m S l a g e REI\'ls r v :rv c s (u n d c rl i n e d )' StaKe R EU r v l th s l r v - tooth I I E Ms a rc a l s o re c o rd e d ar r r l c l ec r eas e i n toni c EN l G, ( Sl c c p s p i n d l e s w c rc p re s c n t on F - l - Al dc r i v atl oh' J us l pr i of to thi s ePoc h. )

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