To sleep, perchance to learn

Call it the Doom learning effect. Volunteers who played the shoot ’em up video game dreamed about monsters and guns. Such reveries have now been found to predict higher scores the following day, backing the idea that dreams function to consolidate learning.  Read more on the role of sleep in learning

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