Functional neuroimaging insights into how sleep and sleep deprivation affect memory and cognition

@article{Chee2008FunctionalNI,
  title={Functional neuroimaging insights into how sleep and sleep deprivation affect memory and cognition},
  author={M. Chee and Lisa Y. M. Chuah},
  journal={Current Opinion in Neurology},
  year={2008},
  volume={24},
  pages={417–423}
}
Purpose of reviewThe review summarizes current knowledge about what fMRI has revealed regarding the neurobehavioral correlates of sleep deprivation and sleep-dependent memory consolidation. Recent findingsFunctional imaging studies of sleep deprivation have characterized its effects on a number of cognitive domains, the best studied of these being working memory. There is a growing appreciation that it is important to consider interindividual differences in vulnerability to sleep deprivation… Expand
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