The Effects of Repeated Daily Imobilization Stress Periods on Subsequent Sleep in the Rat
Duncan, Wallace C., Jr.
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Sprague-Dawley rats were subjected to four weeks of daily two-hour periods of imobilizat1on stress. Data indicated there were no significant variations in the quantity of sleep that occurred immediately following the stress periods, as well as no significant long-term changes during a subsequent recovery period.