Sleep spindle and slow wave frequency reflect motor skill performance in primary school-age children

R.G. Astill, G. Piantoni, R.J.E.M Raymann, J.C. Vis, J.E. Coppens, M.P. Walker, R. Stickgold, Y.D. van der Werf, E.J.W. van Someren

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Background and Aim: The role of sleep in the enhancement of motor skills has been studied extensively in adults. We aimed to determine involvement of sleep and characteristics of spindles and slow waves in a motor skill in children.
Original languageEnglish
Article number910
Pages (from-to)910
JournalFrontiers in human neuroscience
Publication statusPublished - 2014

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