Symposium: Cognitive processes and sleep disturbances: Sleep, dreams and memory: an overview.

@article{Cipolli1995SymposiumCP,
  title={Symposium: Cognitive processes and sleep disturbances: Sleep, dreams and memory: an overview.},
  author={Cipolli},
  journal={Journal of sleep research},
  year={1995},
  volume={4 1},
  pages={2-9}
}
  • Cipolli
  • Published 1995 in Journal of sleep research
Investigations into the role played by sleep in information processing have consistently shown that the retention of information is better when the memory storage is followed by a period of sleep than of waking. Less definitive evidence, however, is available as to whether the better performance is mainly due to (a) reduction of interference during sleep, (b) slowing down of decay, or (c) consolidation processes at work during sleep. Important insights as to whether consolidation takes place… CONTINUE READING

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