Daytime sleep condenses the time course of motor memory consolidation


Two behavioral phenomena characterize human motor memory consolidation: diminishing susceptibility to interference by a subsequent experience and the emergence of delayed, offline gains in performance. A recent model proposes that the sleep-independent reduction in interference is followed by the sleep-dependent expression of offline gains. Here, using the… (More)
DOI: 10.1038/nn1959

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@article{Korman2007DaytimeSC, title={Daytime sleep condenses the time course of motor memory consolidation}, author={Maria Korman and Julien Doyon and Julia T Doljansky and Julie Carrier and Yaron Dagan and Avi Karni}, journal={Nature Neuroscience}, year={2007}, volume={10}, pages={1206-1213} }