Procedural replay: The anatomy and physics of the sleep spindle

Behavioral and Brain Sciences 28 (1):79-80 (2005)
Abstract
This commentary implicates the neostriatum in the production of the EEG sleep spindle and in the processing of motor procedural learning in sleep. Whether the sleep spindle may implement not only the consolidation-based enhancement of procedural learning, but also its initial consolidation, is considered; as is the fit between (1) corticostriatal anatomy and physiology, and (2) the physical properties of the sleep spindle.
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