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Are closed eye movements related to the content of dreams or the imagination?
During rem sleep there are observed eye movements, which seem like they would correlate with the person visualizing their dreams. Do their eye movements actually try to follow what they're dreaming ...
Aug 31 '13 at 5:22
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