Daria Antonenko, Susanne Diekelmann, Cathrin Olsen, Jan Born and Matthias Mölle Napping to renew learning capacity: enhanced encoding after stimulation of sleep slow oscillations European Journal of Neuroscience 37
Aside from consolidating memory, sleep has been proposed to serve a second important function for memory: i.e. to free capacities for the learning of new information during succeeding wakefulness. Slow wave activity (SWA) hallmarking slow wave sleep (SWS) could be involved in both functions.
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