I'm trying to find information about the phenomenon: on the last second of the sleep a person experiences false awakening so when a person awake he accepts that false awakening as reality and it creates false memory. Does it have specific name?
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You are probably referring to a sleep disorder called sleep paralysis. SP is a disorder that is associated with vivid dream-like states, panic and hallucinations and is commonly thought to be able to explain some UFO abduction cases.
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These are some complex, yet common and well-understood neurological phenomena related to the sleep cycle. What you describe seems to most resemble hypnogia, which has been implicated in an understanding of alien abduction syndromes, old hag syndromes, and all manner of other strange occurrences which seem to only happen to people in the middle of the night.