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Exploring Differences in Hippocampal Structure between Habitual vs Non-habitual Nappers during Early Childhood
When we sleep, our memories are consolidated and become less vulnerable to interference, both during overnight sleep and during naps. Previous research in adults suggests this effect is at least partially due to a “transfer” ...
Relations between Memory Measures and Hippocampal Volumes in Early Childhood
The phenomenon of childhood amnesia, in which only a mere fraction of childhood experiences is remembered, may be due to changes in the underlying neural mechanisms supporting memory. However, this assumption is largely ...