Sleep and memory: Definitions, terminology, models, and predictions?

Behavioral and Brain Sciences 28 (1):71-72 (2005)
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In this target article, Walker seeks to clarify the current state of knowledge regarding sleep and memory. Walker's review represents an impressively heuristic attempt to synthesize the relevant literature. In this commentary, we question the focus on procedural memory and the use of the term “consolidation,” and we consider the extent to which empirically testable predictions can be derived from Walker's model.



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