The biology of dreaming. Hartmann, Ernest, . Published by Charles C. Thomas:, 1967.
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He is author of nine books, and approximately 325 journal articles. Thomas, Springfield, Il. 1967. American Lecture Series, No. 686.
In 1967, Hartmann published his first book called The Biology of Dreaming. a b c d Marquard, Bryan (25 August 2013). Retrieved 13 July 2017. He was a psychiatry professor at Tufts University School of Medicine in Boston until retiring in 2012. Hartmann lived in Newton Highlands, Massachusetts. He died on 7 August 2013 as a result of heart failure, at the age of 7.
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This biological state, called by Hartmann the D-state .
Hartmann's term has the advantage over others, such as REM state or Emergent Stage 1, in that it includes reference to dreaming while all other terms stress the physiological. Networks in the cerebral cortex He is author of nine books and approximately 325 journal articles. Networks in the cerebral cortex. 9. Form and content: The development of dreaming and the content of dreams. He is author of nine books and approximately 325 journal articles.
He is author of nine books and approximately 325 journal articles. Springfield, Illinois: Charles C. Thomas.