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NATURE REVIEWS NEUROSCIENCE, ISSN 1471-003X, 02/2010, Volume 11, Issue 2, pp. 114 - 126
Sleep has been identified as a state that optimizes the consolidation of newly acquired information in memory, depending on the specific conditions of learning... 
LATE NOCTURNAL SLEEP | NON-REM SLEEP | DECLARATIVE MEMORY | MEDIAL TEMPORAL-LOBE | SLOW-WAVE SLEEP | EYE-MOVEMENT SLEEP | LONG-TERM POTENTIATION | PLASTICITY-RELATED GENES | NEUROSCIENCES | LEARNING-DEPENDENT CHANGES | PREFRONTAL CORTEX
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Sleep Medicine Reviews, ISSN 1087-0792, 2009, Volume 13, Issue 3, pp. 187 - 194
SUMMARY Research over the last few decades has firmly established that new neurons are generated in selected areas of the adult mammalian brain, particularly... 
Neurology | Sleep Medicine | Cell proliferation | Circadian rhythms | Sleep disturbance | Learning and memory | Glucocorticoids | Insomnia | Adult neurogenesis | Depression | Sleep restriction | Sleep deprivation | Stress | Hippocampus | paradoxical sleep | doublecortin | memory | sleep disturbance | hippocampal volume | memory consolidation | exercise | HPA axis | learning | circadian rhythms | REM sleep | sleep | sleep loss | serotonin | affective disorder | sleep fragmentation | memory formation | cytokines | glucocorticoids | adult neurogenesis | stress | hypothalamic-pituitary-adrenal axis | cell survival | cell proliferation | hippocampus | cognition | serotonin 1A receptor | sleep restriction | mood disorders | insomnia | neuronal plasticity | slow-wave sleep | adrenalectomy | growth factor | dentate gyrus | sleep deprivation | sleep disorder | sleep disruption | daily rhythms | depression | corticosterone | BrdU | RECOVERY SLEEP | PRIMARY INSOMNIA | GENERATED NEURONS | NEUROSCIENCES | CLINICAL NEUROLOGY | HIPPOCAMPAL CELL-PROLIFERATION | RAT DENTATE GYRUS | MEMORY CONSOLIDATION | STRESSFUL LIFE EVENTS | SUPPRESSES NEUROGENESIS | DEPRIVATION | GRANULE CELLS | Memory Disorders - epidemiology | Neurons - pathology | Cell Proliferation | Depression - epidemiology | Sleep Deprivation - pathology | Humans | Circadian Rhythm - physiology | Hippocampus - pathology | Dentate Gyrus - physiopathology | Cytokines - physiology | Sleep Deprivation - epidemiology | Mood Disorders - epidemiology | Learning - physiology | Sleep Deprivation - physiopathology | Neurogenesis - physiology | Stress, Psychological - epidemiology | Sleep Stages - physiology | Adult | Cognition Disorders - epidemiology | Hippocampus - physiopathology | Stress, Psychological - physiopathology | Cell research | Neurosciences | Corticosteroids | Neurons
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Current Psychiatry Reports, ISSN 1523-3812, 10/2014, Volume 16, Issue 10, pp. 1 - 9
Substance use disorders (SUD) are common and individuals who suffer from them are prone to relapse. One of the most common consequences of the use of and... 
Medicine & Public Health | Sleep latency (SL) | Rapid eye movement (REM%) Sleep | Total sleep time (TST) | Sleep efficiency (SE | Wake after sleep onset (WASO) | REM latency (REM-L | Slow wave sleep (SWS%) | Psychiatry | duration between “sleep onset” and “REM onset” | TST/time between “lights out” and “lights on” | Percentages of stages 1 (S1%), 2 (S2%), 3 (S3%), 4 (S4%), Slow wave activity (SWA) | Sleep efficiency (SE; TST/time between “lights out” and “lights on”) | REM latency (REM-L; duration between “sleep onset” and “REM onset”) | YOUNG-ADULTS | QUIT ATTEMPT | CONTROLLED-TRIAL | DAYTIME SLEEPINESS | PSYCHIATRY | Sleep latency (SL). Wake after sleep onset (WASO). Total sleep time (TST). Sleep efficiency (SE | Slowwave activity (SWA). Slow wave sleep (SWS%). Rapid eye movement (REM%) Sleep. REMlatency (REM-L | MARIJUANA USERS | duration between "sleep onset" and "REMonset" | ALCOHOL-CONSUMPTION | 3 (S3%) | ADOLESCENT HEALTH | 2 (S2%) | CANNABIS USE | RISK-FACTOR | CLOCK GENE PER2 | TST/time between "lights out" and "lights on"). Percentages of stages 1 (S1 | 4 (S4%) | Humans | Sleep Wake Disorders - therapy | Hypnotics and Sedatives - therapeutic use | Substance-Related Disorders - therapy | Sleep - drug effects | Substance-Related Disorders - physiopathology | Substance-Related Disorders - complications | Cognitive Therapy | Sleep - physiology | Sleep Wake Disorders - physiopathology | Substance Withdrawal Syndrome - physiopathology | Circadian Rhythm - drug effects | Sleep Wake Disorders - etiology | Sleep disorders | Usage | Sleep | Medical marijuana | Analysis | Alcoholics | Substance abuse
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