The contribution of sleep to hippocampus-dependent memory consolidation

@article{Marshall2007TheCO,
  title={The contribution of sleep to hippocampus-dependent memory consolidation},
  author={Lisa Marshall and Jan Born},
  journal={Trends in Cognitive Sciences},
  year={2007},
  volume={11},
  pages={442-450}
}
There is now compelling evidence that sleep promotes the long-term consolidation of declarative and procedural memories. Behavioral studies suggest that sleep preferentially consolidates explicit aspects of these memories, which during encoding are possibly associated with activation in prefrontal-hippocampal circuitry. Hippocampus-dependent declarative memory benefits particularly from slow-wave sleep (SWS), whereas rapid-eye-movement (REM) sleep seems to benefit procedural aspects of memory… CONTINUE READING

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