Referred Articles

Neuroscience: Sleep Fragmentation Impairs Memory FormationLink
Neuroscience: A Distributed Neural Network Controls REM SleepLink
Neuroscience: To Eat or to Sleep?Link
Neuroscience: A ‘Skin Warming’ Circuit that Promotes Sleep and Body CoolingLink
Neuroscience: What Are Cortical Neurons Doing during Sleep?Link
Neuroscience: An Arousal Circuit that Senses Danger in SleepLink
Neuroscience: A Sleep Rhythm with Multiple FacetsLink
Infralimbic activity during REM sleep facilitates fear extinction memoryLink
Regulation of stress-induced sleep fragmentation by preoptic glutamatergic neuronsLink
Pupillary behavior during wakefulness, non-REM sleep, and REM sleep in birds is opposite that of mammalsLink
Sleepers Selectively Suppress Informative Inputs during Rapid Eye MovementsLink
Restless REM Sleep Impedes Overnight Amygdala AdaptationLink
Sleep and Metabolism: Eaat-ing Your Way to ZZZsLink
Sleep and the Balance between Memory and ForgettingLink
Sleep is required to consolidate odor memory and remodel olfactory synapsesLink
Sleep Facilitates Memory by Blocking Dopamine Neuron-Mediated ForgettingLink
Learning leaves a memory trace in motor cortexLink
Sleep spindles track cortical learning patterns for memory consolidationLink
Skill learning: Bringing cognition to its sensesLink
Cognitive neuroscience of sleepLink
The cognitive neuroscience of sleep: neuronal systems, consciousness and learningLink
Sleep Ecophysiology: Integrating Neuroscience and EcologyLink
Neuroscience: A Distributed Neural Network Controls
Place Avoidance Tasks as Tools in the Behavioral Neuroscience
of Learning and Memory
Declarative and Nondeclarative Memory: Multiple Brain Systems Supporting Learning and MemoryLink
Cognitive Neuroscience
and the Study of Memory
Sleep and Affective Brain RegulationLink
Sleep in brain developmentLink
Brain organization and sleep functionLink
Sleep and Early Brain DevelopmentLink
The Need for Sleep in the Adolescent BrainLink
patial Navigation: Memory Mechanisms and Executive Function InteractionsLink
A map of spatial navigation for neuroscienceLink
The Neuroscience of Spatial Navigation: Focus on Behavior Yields AdvancesLink
The cognitive neuroscience of remote episodic, semantic and spatial memoryLink
Spatial navigation and memory: A review
of the similarities and differences
relevant to brain models and age
Navigating cognition: Spatial codes for human thinkingLink
Spatial Memory in Insect NavigationLink
Stress Disrupts Human Hippocampal-Prefrontal Function during Prospective Spatial Navigation and Hinders Flexible BehaviorLink

Recent Trends


Innovative 'Mini-Brains' Could Revolutionize Alzheimer's TreatmentLink
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Study Reveals Patients With Brain Injuries Who Died After Withdrawal of Life Support May Have RecoveredLink
What Makes a Memory? It May Be Related to How Hard Your Brain Had to WorkLink
How the Brain Is Flexible Enough for a Complex World (Without Being Thrown Into Chaos)Link
A fragment of human brain, mapped in exquisite detailLink
Mathematical microscope' reveals novel, energy-efficient mechanism of working memory that works even during sleepLink
New technique sheds light on memory and learningLink
Blended antioxidant supplement improves cognition and memory in aged miceLink
Brain waves travel in one direction when memories are made and the opposite when recalledLink
Sleep improves ability to recall complex eventsLink
Sleep apnea symptoms linked to memory and thinking problemsLink

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