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Delphine Oudiette

Chercheure en neurosciences cognitives, Inserm

Célia Lacaux

Chercheuse en neurosciences cognitives, Sorbonne Université

Thomas Andrillon

Chercheur en neurosciences à l'ICM, Inserm

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Sleep trace of a participant who dozed off (N1); he wakes up after dropping the bottle. Brain activity is in black, eye movements in blue, and muscle tone in green. Image: Delphine Oudiette, Célia Lacaux, Thomas Andrillon

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