Sleep and Waking


Basics of Sleep Behavior

Children and Sleepwalking

A GABAergic Pontine Reticular System Is Involved in the Control of Wakefulness and Sleep

The Different Stages of Sleep

Hypothalamic Regulation of Sleep and Arousal

Sleep and Language

Journal Sleep

Located in the dorsolateral aspect of the midbrain-pontine junction, the PPT/LDT nuclei project both rostrally to the thalamus and basal forebrain 25 …

National Center on Sleep Disorders Research

National Sleep Foundation

Neurobiology of Dreams: Electrical Activity

News Reports on Sleep and Memory

Parasomnias (Sleep Walking, Sleep Talking, and Sleep Eating)

The REM Sleep-Memory Consolidation Hypothesis

The Reticular Activating System

Reticular Formation and Consciousness System

Role of noradrenergic fibers of the preoptic area in regulating sleep.

The Role of Sleep in Memory

Science Museum: Your Brain: Your Sleep Cycle


Sleep and Endocrinology

Sleep and Learning

Sleep Boosts Memory
Another benefit of a good night’s rest: better recall

Sleep, feeding, and neuropeptides: roles of orexins and orexin receptors

Sleep Home Pages

Sleep May Enhance Memory and Learning

Sleep May Improve Memory

Sleep Stages

Sleep Strengthens Memory

Sleep Syllabus

Sleep-Wake As A Biological Rhythm

The Sleep Well


Somnambulism (Sleep Walking)

The Stages of Sleep

Study Shows How Sleep Improves Memory

What Is Sleep?
What is the function of the various brainwaves?

Why We Sleep (or can’t)


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