Sleep and Cognitive Performance From Teens To Old Age: More Is Not Better.

@article{Richards2017SleepAC,
  title={Sleep and Cognitive Performance From Teens To Old Age: More Is Not Better.},
  author={Anne Richards and Sabra S. Inslicht and Thomas J. Metzler and Brian S. Mohlenhoff and M. Nageswar Rao and Aoife O'Donovan and Thomas C. Neylan},
  journal={Sleep},
  year={2017},
  volume={40 1}
}
Objectives To determine the interaction of age and habitual sleep duration in predicting cognitive performance in a large sample of participants aged 15 to 89 years. Methods This study is a cross-sectional analysis of performance data gathered between January 2012 and September 2013. First-time players (N = 512823) of three internet cognitive training games measuring processing speed, working memory, visuospatial memory, and arithmetic participated in the study. Results Performance was… CONTINUE READING
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