Sleep spindle‐related activity in the human EEG and its relation to general cognitive and learning abilities

@article{Schabus2006SleepSA,
  title={Sleep spindle‐related activity in the human EEG and its relation to general cognitive and learning abilities},
  author={Manuel Schabus and K. H{\"o}dlmoser and G. Gruber and C. Sauter and P. Anderer and G. Kl{\"o}sch and S. Parapatics and B. Saletu and W. Klimesch and J. Zeitlhofer},
  journal={European Journal of Neuroscience},
  year={2006},
  volume={23}
}
Stage 2 sleep spindles have been previously viewed as useful markers for the development and integrity of the CNS and were more currently linked to ‘offline re‐processing’ of implicit as well as explicit memory traces. Additionally, it had been discussed if spindles might be related to a more general learning or cognitive ability. In the present multicentre study we examined the relationship of automatically detected slow (< 13 Hz) and fast (> 13 Hz) stage 2 sleep spindles with: (i) the Raven's… Expand
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