The Sleep and Dream Information Questionnaire-Revised. An introduction to the research on sleep and dreams. 1. False. Normal REM sleep is accompanied by muscle paralysis that makes acting out of dreams impossible. Sleepwalking actually occurs in sleep stages 3 and 4.
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An introduction to the research on sleep and dreams
20. True. Brain activity in fetuses is similar to that experienced by children and adults in REM. This activity is associated with facial muscle twitches and muscular tonicity, which would also be expected during REM sleep.