Both sleep and wakefulness support consolidation of continuous, goal-directed, visuomotor skill

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Sleep has been shown to benefit memory consolidation for certain motor skills, but it remains unclear if this relationship exists for motor skills with direct rehabilitation applications. We aimed to determine the neurobehavioral relationship between finger-tracking skill development and sleep following skill training in young, healthy subjects. Forty… (More)
DOI: 10.1007/s00221-011-2863-0

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