The Role of Sleep in Learning New Words

The Autism News | English A new study has demonstrated for the first time the importance of sleep in learning new words, and has shown the process has fast and slow components. The slow component is associated with sleep. By Lin Edwards | PhysOrg Professor Gareth Gaskell, Professor of Psychology at the University of York, described the study on acquiring vocabulary in a talk at the British Science Festival 2009 on 8 September 2009

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The Role of Sleep in Learning New Words

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