Past, present, and the future: Discussions surrounding a new model of sleep-dependent learning and memory processing
Walker (Matthew P.)
Source: Behavioral and Brain Sciences, 28, Issue 01, February 2005, pp 87-104
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Author’s Abstract

  1. Following on from the target article, which presented a new model of procedural skill memory development, in this response I will reflect on issues raised by invited commentators and further expound attributes of the model.
  2. Discussion will focus on:
    1. evidence against sleep-dependent1 memory processing,
    2. definitions of memory stages and memory systems, and
    3. relationships between memory enhancement, sleep-stages2, dreaming, circadian time, and sleep-disorders3.


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