Endogenous memory reactivation during sleep in humans is clocked by slow oscillation spindle complexes.

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Description: Code & data supporting the main findings of Schreiner, Petzka, Staudigl & Staresina (2021)

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Endogenous memory reactivation during sleep in humans is clocked by slow oscillation-spindle complexes. Thomas Schreiner (1), Marit Petzka (2), Tobias Staudigl (1) & Bernhard P. Staresina (2) 1 Department of Psychology, Ludwig-Maximilians-University Munich, GERMANY 2 School of Psychology and Centre for Human Brain Health, University of Birmingham, UK Abstract Sleep is thought to support memory co...

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