Logan D Cho's scientific contributions

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Introduction Sleep supports processes necessary for hippocampus-dependent memory consolidation. While experimental paradigms for sleep-dependent memory consolidation commonly involve comparing sleep/wake delays at opposing diurnal phases, whether the memory benefit of sleep is influenced by circadian phase is unclear. Using forced desynchrony (FD),...

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... As a matter of fact, sleep has an important role in consolidation of sequential motor skills from the childhood to adulthood. Hence, many researchers have confirmed the benefit of the sleep in both declarative memory (verbalize knowledge of facts and events, in which information recall is conscious) and procedural memory (skills memory) in adults [2,11,15,20,27,38]. Although motor learning is an especially critical factor during childhood, sleep is essential in children's cognitive, behavioral, emotional, and motor development and important links to memory and cognition [16,41]. ...