Sleeping brain, learning brain. The role of sleep for memory systems.

@article{Peigneux2001SleepingBL,
  title={Sleeping brain, learning brain. The role of sleep for memory systems.},
  author={Philippe Peigneux and Steven Laureys and Xavier Delbeuck and Pierre Maquet},
  journal={Neuroreport},
  year={2001},
  volume={12 18},
  pages={A111-24}
}
The hypothesis that sleep participates in the consolidation of recent memory traces has been investigated using four main paradigms: (1) effects of post-training sleep deprivation on memory consolidation, (2) effects of learning on post-training sleep, (3) effects of within sleep stimulation on the sleep pattern and on overnight memories, and (4) re-expression of behavior-specific neural patterns during post-training sleep. These studies convincingly support the idea that sleep is deeply… CONTINUE READING

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