Kussé (2014): PhD on memory and sleep (Liege)

3 Oct

This links to an interesting, although very technical, Ph.D thesis. From the abstract:
“Our results add to the growing body of evidence suggesting
that offline processing of explicit memories occurs during
wakefulness. They extend our understanding of human
spontaneous brain activity and its relationship to offline
memory processing, although more research is warranted to
further explore the details of the memory consolidation
process. Interesting perspectives would be to pursue this
work during sleep or with other neuroimaging methods
such as high density EEG or simultaneous fMRI and EEG. ”

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