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movement

(Activity), noun campaign, cause, mass movement, motion, operation, principle, series of actions directed towards a particular end, undertaking

movement

(Progress), noun action, agitation, circulation, course, denomination, effort, great cause, interest, issue, measure, outflow, performance, removal, shift, step, stir, stride, transition, transmittal, traveling

movement

(Shipment), noun cartage, conveyance, transit, transportation
See also: activity, band, campaign, circulation, course, denomination, dispatch, operation, outflow, progress, transition, transmittal
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People used to think that this region of the medulla was only involved in the paralysis of skeletal muscles during REM sleep," said lead author Yang Dan, a UC Berkeley professor of molecular and cell biology and a Howard Hughes Medical Institute Investigator.
REM was bigger than the |individuals and so too are Stipe, the tribute; a drummer that matches Bill Berry's intensity in Martyn Smith, lead guitarist Steve Bell mirroring Peter Buck's passion and accuracy, second guitarist in John McGlough to delight anyone with an ear for the band's later material and bassist Anton Rowenski to honour Mike Mills' complex bass lines and musicianship.
Alcohol's effects on REM sleep in the first half of sleep appear to be dose related.
which allowed REM to monitor the bore closely and make necessary corrections to both vertical and horizontal paths to keep the machine and product pipe on target.
Ultimately, the project aims to reestablish a viable REM industry in the US; develop REM mining, refining and processing skills, and rebuild and restructure the REM supply chain and infrastructure.
Together with clinical reports, "these data provide the basis for REM sleep dysregulation as a core feature in PTSD," whereby increased activity in the amygdala and decreased inhibitory input from the medial prefrontal cortex lead to a persistently overactive noradrenergic system.
Sandyk et al's research paper on the relationship of REM, and more specifically REM sleep deprivation and magnetic fields appeared in the Intl J Neuroscience 1992 65(1-4) pp 61-8.
REM sleep has been objectively identified and quantified in many species including humans (1,9), cats (3,10), monkeys (11) and rats (12).
In this article the experience of one area of the Library, the Manuscripts Branch, with using REM is described and the impact on both staff and users is discussed.
In the past, content analysis studies have examined trends of career development research in The Career Development Quarterly (CDQ) and the Journal of Vocational Behavior (JVB; Buboltz, Ebberwein, Watkins, & Savickas, 1995), REM research in counseling (Carter, Akinsulure-Smith, Smailes, & Clauss, 1998; Perez, Constantine, & Gerard, 2000; Ponterotto, 1988), and career development research with REMs (Byars & McCubbin, 2001; Hoyt, 1989; Koegel, Donin, Ponterotto, & Spitz, 1995).
11) Arousals were defined by a 3 second or longer abrupt shift in EEG frequency to alpha or theta or > 16 Hz, following at least 10 seconds of sleep, and if there is a rising in REM, there must be a rise in EMG tone.
REM sleep periods occur at roughly 60 -90 minute intervals throughout the night and contain the dreams which are the most vivid and most often remembered.