Table 2.

Correlations of the percentage of double-labeled neurons to sleep–wake behavior, Tb, and LMA

WakeNREMREMTbChange in TbLMA
Experiment 1: circadian variationsLDr  = 0.62r  = −0.59r  = −0.52r  = 0.83r  = −0.25r  = 0.86
p  = 0.0006p  = 0.001p  = 0.006p  < 0.0001p   = N.S.p  < 0.0001
DDr  = 0.86r  = −0.87r  = −0.56r  = 0.82r  = 0.33r  = 0.81
p  = 0.0001p  < 0.0001p  = 0.05p  = 0.005p   = N.S.p  = 0.005
Experiment 2: methamphetaminer  = 0.8r  = −0.8r  = −0.72r  = −0.13r  = −0.51r  = 0.62
p  = 0.0005p  = 0.0005p  = 0.004p   = N.S.p   = N.S.p   = N.S.
Experiment 3: sleep deprivationDaytimer  = 0.97r  = −0.97r  = −0.88r  = 0.96r  = 0.54r  = 0.88
p  < 0.0001p  < 0.0001p  < 0.0001p  < 0.0001p  = 0.03p  < 0.0001
Nighttimer  = 0.43r  = −0.45r  = −0.24r  = −0.32r  = 0.39r  = −0.17
p   = N.S.p   = N.S.p   = N.S.p   = N.S.p   = N.S.p   = N.S.