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During my master of neuropsychology, I studied the developmental aspect of sleep-dependent explicit and implicit declarative memory consolidation. Graduated in 2018 (UCL), my PhD project follows my interests in the developmental aspect of learnings and will investigate the respective impact of sleep and resting state on it. Those research topics will be assessed using MEG recordings.
Post-learning slow wave sleep (SWS) is known to support declarative memory consolidation. As SWS is more abundant in young population, we suggested that sleep-dependent memory consolidation processes could occur at a faster pace in school-aged children. After learning new associations between non-objects and their functions, retrieval performance w...
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Introduction. Slow waves sleep (SWS) has been associated with declarative memory consolidation processes in children and adults. As children exhibit significantly larger amounts of SWS than adults, it has been hypothesized that memory consolidation may occur at faster pace during development. Methods. To test this hypothesis, we compared sleep-dep...