At first the subject had difficulty falling asleep in the sleep lab, but finally drifted into sleep and was not awakened when a student researcher knocked a can of soda off of the desk. The EEG is displaying a slow regular pattern with occasional sleep spindles. The researchers feel confident that the subject is:

a)about to wake up
b)now in stage 2 of the sleep cycle.
d)in REM sleep.

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  1. The question is asking what sleep cycle this subject is in.

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  2. then the answer is B, I assume. right?

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  3. I don't know. Check your text.

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  4. Stage N2 is characterized by sleep spindles ranging from 11 to 16 Hz (most commonly 12–14 Hz) and K-complexes. During this stage, muscular activity as measured by EMG decreases, and conscious awareness of the external environment disappears. This stage occupies 45–55% of total sleep in adults.

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