Effects of sleep deprivation on component processes of working memory in younger and older adults.

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Study Objectives Working memory (WM) has been described as a multicomponent process, comprised of the following: attention-driven encoding, maintenance and rehearsal of information, and encoding to and retrieval from episodic memory. Impairments can affect higher-order cognitive processes and many everyday functions. The impact of sleep changes on these… (More)
DOI: 10.1093/sleep/zsx213

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