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Sleep Disorders, Sleep walking: When?
Usually occurs during NREM stages 3 and 4. EEG reveals that the person is partly awake. Beta waves are present. More common in children.
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Sleep Disorders, Sleep walking: Explan 1?
Evidence that genes play a part from Twin studies; BROUGHTON found that 1st degree relatives of sleepwalkers much more risk themselves.
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Sleep Disorders, Sleep walking: Explan 1 evaluation?
LECEDREUX: twin study and found MZ concordance for SW was 50% while DZ only 10-15%. However not 100% must be other factors. What genes?
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Sleep Disorders, Sleep walking: Expan 2?
OLIVIERO: suggest children and some adults more sleepwalking because part of brain that stops motor activity in sleep not fully developed.
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Sleep Disorders, Sleep walking: Explan 2 evaluation?
Study looking at neural circuits that control movement in Sleep walking adults showed signs of immaturity.
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Sleep Disorders, Sleep walking: Explan 3?
A range of enviro factors play a part such as stress, alcohol use and sleep deprivation.
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Sleep Disorders, Sleep walking: Explan 3 evaluation?
ZEDRA: evaluated 40 sleepwalkers at a sleep centre, deprived them. More SW behaviours if no sleep for 25hrs. Deprivation=SW.
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Evidence that genes play a part from Twin studies; BROUGHTON found that 1st degree relatives of sleepwalkers much more risk themselves.

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LECEDREUX: twin study and found MZ concordance for SW was 50% while DZ only 10-15%. However not 100% must be other factors. What genes?

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OLIVIERO: suggest children and some adults more sleepwalking because part of brain that stops motor activity in sleep not fully developed.

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