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     This study specifically asked how sleep restriction would impact complex tasks of learning and memory. Although it is well-known that a single night of total sleep deprivation can reduce the capacity to encode new memories. We found that sleep restriction over several consecutive nights – the more commonly experienced form of sleep deprivation – leads to an inability to form new memories effectively


Memory encoding is impaired after multiple nights of partial sleep restriction


Multiple nights of partial sleep deprivation do not affect prospective remembering at long delays


Dynamic functional connectivity and its behavioral correlates beyond vigilance

Multi-night sleep restriction impairs long-term retention of factual knowledge in adolescents

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