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Apparent turn-taking in the conversation respected the usual language gaps.
Sleep talking parallels awake talking for syntax, semantics, and turn-taking in conversation, suggesting that the sleeping brain can function at a high level.
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The utterances recorded during night-time video-polysomnography were analyzed for number of words, propositions and speech episodes, frequency, gaps and pauses (denoting turn-taking in the conversation), lemmatization, verbosity, negative/imperative/interrogative tone, first/second person, politeness, and abuse.
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Language during sleep is mostly a familiar, tensed conversation with inaudible others, suggestive of conflicts. Here, the analysis of sleep-associated speeches collected in a large group of adult sleep talkers (mostly with nonrapid eye movement and rapid eye movement parasomnias) indicated that half of the sleep language was not intelligible (mostly mumbling and silent speaking), suggesting that the phonatory system is partially blocked during sleep.
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Sleep talking has received little clinical or theoretical attention, possibly because it has little health consequences apart from disturbing others’ sleep when speaking too loudly (especially when background noise is absent and when the bed partner is close to the sleep talker) or disclosing secret information.
Verbal utterances are reported in nonrapid eye movement (NREM) and rapid eye movement (REM) sleep, but are more frequent in patients with parasomnia, including NREM arousal disorders (sleepwalking, sleep terrors, and confusional arousals) and REM sleep behavior disorder (RBD).
Verbal abuse lasted longer in REM sleep and was mostly directed toward insulting or condemning someone, whereas swearing predominated in non-REM sleep.
Men sleep-talked more than women and used a higher proportion of profanities.
The high frequency of negations, exclamations, questions, and profanities suggests that a tensed conversation (with frequent conflicts) occurs in the sleeping brain, possibly reflecting the mental content during sleep.