Critically discuss the effects of sleep on long-term memory
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摘要In our modern societies, sleep is commonly viewed as a luxury rather than a necessity, and should be kept at a strict minimum to enhance productivity. However, recent empirical studies reveal that sleep does play a critical role in our learning and memory; in fact, it has been shown that good sleep quality, feeling rested at school and having a distinct bed time have been associated with better functioning at school. Although consensus on sleep’s contribution to the active processing of newly acquired memories has been established now, the question about exactly what underlying mechanisms are involved in the sleep-memory connection still remains unclear. This paper will critically discuss how sleep affects learning and memory with reference to current research findings.
著者Chi-Fai Lo
期刊名稱Psychology
出版年份2018
月份4
卷號9
期次4
文章號碼83625
頁次561 - 569
國際標準期刊號2152-7180
電子國際標準期刊號2152-7199
語言英式英語

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