The effect of a daytime nap on priming and recognition tasks in preschool children.

Abstract

STUDY OBJECTIVES The beneficial effect of sleep on memory consolidation is widely accepted in the adult population and has recently been shown in children. However, the few available data almost exclusively refer to school-aged children. Here we explore the effect of a daytime nap on memory consolidation in a sample of preschool children. DESIGN Subjects… (More)
DOI: 10.5665/sleep.3766

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