Part 1:  Modulation vs. Activation
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Sleep scientists have long observed that the brain continues to be highly activated during sleep, and yet waking and dreaming consciousness are strikingly dissimilar.  Dr. Hobson notes that the differences can be accounted for in terms of certain state-specific changes in neurochemistry.