Learning Gains While We Sleep Originate From the Learning Process Itself and Not Just From Using the Brain

This shows a woman taking a nap on a tree limb by a lake with a book covering her faceLearning consolidation that occurs during sleep is a result of the learning process, and is not simply due to neural processes and brain regions associated with learning.

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