Does sleep quality affect involuntary attention switching system?

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We studied the relationship between sleep quality and quantity and subsequently recorded automatically evoked event-related potential (ERP) responses. In previous studies decrement of attentional processing has been associated with changes in sleep. Sleep is shown to associate also with ERPs elicited by unattended sound stream, however, there is no… (More)

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@article{Salmi2005DoesSQ, title={Does sleep quality affect involuntary attention switching system?}, author={Juha Salmi and Minna Huotilainen and Satu Pakarinen and Teo Siren and K. Alho and Eeva T. Aronen}, journal={Neuroscience letters}, year={2005}, volume={390 3}, pages={150-5} }