REM Sleep And Learning
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Sun Jun 10 17:17:12 EST 2001
In article <9g0b38$68o0o$1 at ID-34153.news.dfncis.de>,
"Karl Self" <karl.self at gmx.net> wrote:
> "maxwell" <mmmaxwell at hotmail.com> wrote:
> Some think that there's consolidation more of procedural/implicit in slow
> wave, but the parceling-out of memory types, procedural <|> explicit versus
> slow wave <|> REM sleep is itself likely over-simplifying.
> I agree with you on that one -- we have finally found some common
Who thinks there is consolidation of procedural/implicit memory in slow
wave? There is no evidence for a lengthy consolidation process in any
form of implicit learning (at least not yet), the evidence is that these
memories are acquired in their respective permanent locations.
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