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A time to think: Circadian rhythms in human cognition
Although peaks and troughs in cognitive performance characterize our daily functioning, time-of-day fluctuations remain marginally considered in the domain of cognitive psychology andExpand
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Encoding Difficulty Promotes Postlearning Changes in Sleep Spindle Activity during Napping
Learning-dependent increases in sleep spindle density have been reported during nocturnal sleep immediately after the learning session. Here, we investigated experience-dependent changes in daytimeExpand
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Sleep Promotes the Neural Reorganization of Remote Emotional Memory
Sleep promotes memory consolidation, a process by which fresh and labile memories are reorganized into stable memories. Emotional memories are usually better remembered than neutral ones, even atExpand
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Specificity of inhibitory deficits in normal aging and Alzheimer's disease
Deficits of suppression abilities are frequently observed in normal aging and Alzheimer's disease. However, few studies have explored these deficits in the two populations simultaneously using aExpand
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The Impact of Visual Perceptual Learning on Sleep and Local Slow-Wave Initiation
During non-rapid eye movement (NREM) sleep, a global decrease in synaptic strength associated with slow waves (SWs) would enhance signal-to-noise ratio of neural responses during subsequentExpand
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Homeostatic Sleep Pressure and Responses to Sustained Attention in the Suprachiasmatic Area
After prolonged wakefulness, people who are “night owls” do better at mental tests than those who are “early birds.” Early Birds and Night Owls In humans, peaks and troughs in alertness and cognitiveExpand
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Brain Responses to Violet, Blue, and Green Monochromatic Light Exposures in Humans: Prominent Role of Blue Light and the Brainstem
Background Relatively long duration retinal light exposure elicits nonvisual responses in humans, including modulation of alertness and cognition. These responses are thought to be mediated in partExpand
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Social Mind Representation: Where Does It Fail in Frontotemporal Dementia?
We aimed at investigating social disability and its cerebral correlates in frontotemporal dementia (FTD). Expand
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Blue blocker glasses as a countermeasure for alerting effects of evening light-emitting diode screen exposure in male teenagers.
PURPOSE Adolescents prefer sleep and wake times that are considerably delayed compared with younger children or adults. Concomitantly, multimedia use in the evening is prevalent among teenagers andExpand
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Abnormal Neural Filtering of Irrelevant Visual Information in Depression
The pathophysiology of major depressive disorder (MDD) includes both affective and cognitive dysfunctions. We aimed to clarify how regions regulating affective processing interact with those involvedExpand
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