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  • An Eye Movement Tracking System

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    In this paper, we proposed an eye-movement tracking system. Based on Electro-Oculography (E.O.G) technology we detected the signal with different directions in eye-movements and then analyzed to understand what they represented about (e.g. horizontal direction or vertical direction). This enables people to control applications using bio-electric signals recorded from the body. In an Electrooculogram (EOG) based, signals during various eye (cornea) movements are employed to generate control signals

  • Rapid Eye Movement Research Paper

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    scientifically proven false. Our brains are not dormant during sleep, they are actually extremely active during the our shut-eye time. Our brains go through different stages of sleep during the night. Some of these stages produce a more deep sleep than others, meaning it is harder to get woken up at these times. The different stages are 1, 2, 3, 4, and REM. REM stands for Rapid Eye Movement. The cycle goes in order during the night, from 1 to REM. After the cycle is done with the REM stage, it repeats and

  • REM Sleep: Rapid Eye Movement Sleep

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    What is REM sleep? REM sleep stands for rapid eye movement sleep. Most adults only spend 20% of their time sleeping, in REM sleep. This accounts to about 90-120 minutes each night. Babies spend about 50% of their total time sleeping in REM sleep. While babies are in REM sleep, they are actually not dreaming like adults do during REM sleep. Babies are actually forming connections between neurons and much of the growth and development of the brain takes place while the babies are in REM sleep. REM

  • Two Main Phases Of Sleep: Non-Rapid Eye Movement

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    phases that alternate cyclically from light sleep to deep then deeper and deepest sleep throughout the sleep period. There are two main phases of sleep: non-rapid eye movement (NREM) and rapid eye movement (REM) sleep, during which dreaming occurs. NREM deep sleep Sleep begins in stage one of the sleep phase known as non-rapid eye movement. NREM sleep

  • The Four Stages Of Sleep (REM) Rapid Eye Movement

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    )Rapid Eye Movement). When the sleep cycle starts it lasts an average of 1-2 hours; the first sleep cycle has relatively short REM sleep followed by a long period of deep sleep. Later in the sleep cycle REM period lengthen and deep sleep time decreases. Even though cats tend to sleep longer than human its shows that they have slept similar patterns as humans, including sleep phases of REM stage. When human enter REM stage, breathing becomes more rapid, irregular and shallow; the eyes start to

  • Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing Therapy for Post Traumatic Stress Disorder Patients

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    The first stage of treatment focuses on obtaining background information from the client. The clinician will often explore past events that are related to the current problem, as well as present situations that trigger the current problem. This is particularly important in finding the origins of the trauma that may be hidden or masked. After all necessary information is gathered, the clinician will take what was learned and translate it into positive future goals for the client to achieve through

  • Rapid Eye Movement Sleep Has Been Found Throughout the Dreaming Process

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    involuntary eye movement occurs. This occurs during the dreaming consciousness every human possesses which is part of the secondary consciousness every human has. There is also non-REM sleep which is sleep that occurs without the rapid eye movement. The importance of REM sleep and dreaming has been studied for many years and has gradually become more informative. REM sleep is important for a human because it allows for developmental brain growth which furthers the evolution of humans. Rapid Eye Movement

  • The Reinforcement of Racial Hierarchies in Morrison's "The Bluest Eye" and Neal's "The Black Arts Movement"

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    predominant, societal, white aesthetic and through the perceptions associated with physical characteristics. In The Bluest Eye, Toni Morrison first illustrates the reinforcement of racial hierarchies through the proliferation of a predominant, societal white aesthetic by recounting passages from the Dick and Jane books, a standardization of family life. Next, “The Black Arts Movement” by Larry Neal demonstrates the reinforcement of racial hierarchies through the proliferation of a white aesthetic by

  • Eye Movement Reprocessing

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    Eye movement desensitization and reprocessing (EMDR) is an evidence based, trauma focused, psychotherapy. Research shows that there were also successful outcomes using EMDR to treat an extensive range of psychiatric and mental health disorders. EMDR is a distinct form of psychotherapy, with the treatment emphasis focused directly on processing memories that were incorrectly stored in the patients mind. Incomplete processing means that a traumatic event has been stored in memory as it was originally

  • Sleep : Rapid Eye Movement

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    when there is full or fractional unconsciousness and there is limited movement in our muscles. During sleep our brain and bodies get the rest that is crucial in order to perform every day functions. There are two types of sleep: Rapid eye movement (REM) and non-rapid eye movement (NREM). During rapid eye movement sleep our “brain is active and dreams occur, provide energy to our brain and body, supports daytime performance, eyes dart back and forth, and body becomes immobile and relaxed, as muscles

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