sleep spindle

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sleep spindle n.

sleep spindle n.

0120 Emulating Human Sleep Spindle Scoring

0970 Sleep Spindle Count In Subsyndromal Depressed vs Normal Elderly: A Protective Effect Of Sleep Spindles?

Power and coherence of sleep spindle frequency activity following hemispheric stroke

0096 Sleep Spindle Coherence And Density Predict Sleep-enhanced Learning In Schizophrenia

Temporal coupling of parahippocampal ripples, sleep spindles and slow oscillations in humans

Impaired Prefrontal Sleep Spindle Regulation of Hippocampal-Dependent Learning in Older Adults

Sleep Spindles Are Related to Schizotypal Personality Traits and Thalamic Glutamine/Glutamate in Healthy Subjects

0093 Dynamics Of Cortical Sleep Spindles And Slow Waves Following Motor Learning In Mice

0310 QEEG analysis of Sleep Spindles using Low Resolution Electromagnetic Tomographic Activity (LORETA) Computations

0257 Age-related Differences in Sleep Spindles and Their Association with Episodic Memory in Adolescents

0029 Aberrant Sleep, Spindle, And EEG Power In mGluR5 Knockout Mice

0083 Acoustically Induced Changes In Sleep Spindle And Autonomic Activity Predict Memory Consolidation

0107 Episodic Memory Updating Is Predicted By N2 Sleep Spindle Activity After Reactivation

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

0071 Perineuronal Nets In The Thalamic Reticular Nucleus Regulate Neuronal Excitability And Gate Coupling Of Sleep Spindles To Cortical Slow Waves

0292 Sleep Spindle Characteristics and Their Association with Cerebrospinal Fluid Biomarkers of Alzheimer’s Disease in Cognitively Normal Older Adults

0669 Thalamocortical Dysfunction In Patients With Idiopathic Restless Legs Syndrome (RLS) Suggested By Reduced Sleep Spindle Activity


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An EEG wave form that occurs periodically in brief (approximately 1-second) bursts with a frequency of 12–15 hertz during light Stage II NREM sleep. [So called because of the resemblance of its trace to a spindle, tapering at both ends]

Subjects: Psychology.

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