Labile or stable: opposing consequences for memory when reactivated during waking and sleep.
Nat Neurosci. 2011 Mar; 14(3):381-6
Diekelmann S, Büchel C, Born J, Rasch B. Nat Neurosci. 2011 Mar; 14(3):381-6
This study shows that sleep and wakefulness serve fundamentally distinct roles during the reactivation of newly formed memories. Sleep facilitates stabilization and subsequent retention of the reactivated memory, whereas wakefulness facilitates memory destabilization and subsequent impairment in memory retrieval.
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