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Researchers have concluded that A. the proportion of REM sleep to N-REM sleep is similar in infants and adults B. REM sleep provides needed brain stimulation to neonates C. REM sleep is mostly absent in neonates D. the proportion of REM sleep to N-REM sleep increases as a child matures I think the answer is A

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