Evidence for a "reactivation blink" between human sleep spindles


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Description: Real-time study manipulating time between spindles and the onset of targeted memory reactivation cues


Introduction: A strong body of evidence suggests newly formed memories become reactivated during non-rapid eye movement (NREM), leading to their stabilization. In the EEG, reactivation seems to positively relate to slow oscillations (< 1 Hz) and sleep spindles [short bursts (0.5-2 s) between 11-16 Hz]. Interestingly, numerous studies demonstrate reactivation can be elicited by presenting learning...


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