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Originally appearing in Volume V25, Page 240 of the 1911 Encyclopedia Britannica.
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HYPNOTISM.) Among older works, see article " Sommeil " in the Dictionnaire encyclopedique des sciences medicales, where a bibliography is given and where also there is an account of the medico-legal questions connected with sleep and somnambulism; Macnish, Physiology of Sleep; Durham, " On the Physiology of Sleep," in Guy's Hospital Reports (186o); Kohlschiitter, " Die Mechanik des Schlafes," in Z. f. ration. Med., vol. xxxiii. (1869) ; Pffiiger, " Theorie des Schlafes," in PJtuger's Archie, vol. x. (1875); Mosso, Ober den Kreislauf des Blutes im menschlichen Gehirn (Leipzig, 1881). Also ManaceIne, Sleep, its Physiology, Pathology, Hygiene and Psychology (Eng. trans. 1897), with bibliography. (J. G. M.)
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