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Tuesday, May 24, 2016


Rapid eye movement sleep (dreaming) shown necessary for memory formation
May 16, 2016

optogenetically silenced medial septum-ft A study published in the journal Science by researchers at the Douglas Mental Health University Institute at McGill University and the University of Bern provides the first evidence that rapid eye movement (REM) sleep — the phase where dreams appear — is directly involved in memory formation (at least in mice). “We already knew that … more…

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