Recognition memory, sleep and circadian rhythms.

Abstract

In Experiment 1, subjects learned a list of words and were tested for recognition of them 24 hours later. For the delayed sleep group, learning was followed by a period of wakefulness; for the immediate sleep group, it was followed by a period of sleep. Retention was significantly better for the immediate sleep group, consistent with the notion that… (More)

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