Why We Sleep: The Functions Of Sleep In Humans And Other Mammals James Horne

ISBN: 9780192616821

Published: April 21st 1988

Hardcover

319 pages


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Why We Sleep: The Functions Of Sleep In Humans And Other Mammals  by  James Horne

Why We Sleep: The Functions Of Sleep In Humans And Other Mammals by James Horne
April 21st 1988 | Hardcover | PDF, EPUB, FB2, DjVu, talking book, mp3, ZIP | 319 pages | ISBN: 9780192616821 | 5.30 Mb

This book examines the purpose of sleep in mammals, particularly in humans. The authors approach takes a broad biological perspective, clearing away many misconceptions in order to derive a number of well-founded hypotheses about a variety ofMoreThis book examines the purpose of sleep in mammals, particularly in humans.

The authors approach takes a broad biological perspective, clearing away many misconceptions in order to derive a number of well-founded hypotheses about a variety of aspects of sleep. Technicalities are kept to a minimum and an effort has been made to make the book understandable to a wide readership, including anyone with a basic background in biology and psychology.

The emphasis is on the role of sleep itself, not on the physiological mechanisms that assist its occurrence.



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