What unites Victorian and modern sleep researchers? Full discussion
Prof. Sally Shuttleworth (English Faculty) and Prof. Russell Foster (Nuffield Department of Clinical Neurosciences) explore some of the key differences and similarities in the way that Victorian and modern researchers studied/study sleep. They consider some of their mutual concerns and attitudes, and how modern technology has enabled us to dispel some historical myths about what goes on in our brains when we enter the 'Land of Nod'.
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