slow-wave sleep

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slow-wave sleep

slow-wave sleep

slow-wave sleep n.

slow-wave sleep n.

Sleep Slow-Wave Activity Regulates Cerebral Glycolytic Metabolism

Regional Differences of the Human Sleep Electroencephalogram in Response to Selective Slow-wave Sleep Deprivation

Complementary Roles of Slow-Wave Sleep and Rapid Eye Movement Sleep in Emotional Memory Consolidation

Slow-Wave Sleep Is Associated With Incident Hypertension: The Sleep Heart Health Study

Concomitant BDNF and sleep slow wave changes indicate ketamine-induced plasticity in major depressive disorder

EEG Sleep Slow-Wave Activity as a Mirror of Cortical Maturation

Development of the Brain's Default Mode Network from Wakefulness to Slow Wave Sleep

Neuronal networks in children with continuous spikes and waves during slow sleep

Neuronal networks in children with continuous spikes and waves during slow sleep

Facilitation of epileptic activity during sleep is mediated by high amplitude slow waves

Different Effects of Sleep Deprivation and Torpor on EEG Slow-Wave Characteristics in Djungarian Hamsters

Homeostatic Control of Slow-wave and Spindle Frequency Activity during Human Sleep: Effect of Differential Sleep Pressure and Brain Topography

Detection of Active and Silent States in Neocortical Neurons from the Field Potential Signal during Slow-Wave Sleep

Learning-Dependent, Transient Increase of Activity in Noradrenergic Neurons of Locus Coeruleus during Slow Wave Sleep in the Rat: Brain Stem–Cortex Interplay for Memory Consolidation?


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Another name for Stages III and IV of NREM sleep, characterized by high-amplitude (150 microvolts), low-frequency (1–3 hertz) EEG waves called delta waves. See also delta sleep-inducing peptide. SWS abbrev.

Subjects: Psychology.

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