Timing matters: open‐loop stimulation does not improve overnight consolidation of word pairs in humans

@inproceedings{Weigenand2016TimingMO,
  title={Timing matters: open‐loop stimulation does not improve overnight consolidation of word pairs in humans},
  author={Arne Weigenand and Matthias M{\"o}lle and Friederike Werner and Thomas M Martinetz and Lisa Marshall},
  booktitle={The European journal of neuroscience},
  year={2016}
}
The application of auditory clicks during non-rapid eye movement (NREM) sleep phase-locked to the up state of the slow oscillation (closed-loop stimulation) has previously been shown to enhance the consolidation of declarative memories. We designed and applied sequences of three clicks during deep NREM sleep to achieve a quasi-phase-dependent open-loop stimulation. This stimulation was successful in eliciting slow oscillation power in the stimulation period. Although fast and slow spindle power… CONTINUE READING
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