Sleep and Brain Activity
In the last few decades, scientists have discovered that far from being a time of neural silence, sleep is characterized by complex patterns of electrical, neurochemical, and metabolic activity in the brain.
Neuroscientists and psychologists studying sleep and/or brain activity
Hardbound, 288 Pages
Published: July 2012
Imprint: Academic Press
- Preface Chapter 1: Igor Timofeev "Neuronal Oscillations in Thalamocortical System During Sleeping and Waking States: Chapter 2: Vincenzo Crunelli and Stuart Hughes "Corticothalamic Rhythms During States of Reduced Vigilance" Chapter 3: Marcos G. Frank "Glial Modulation of Sleep and Electroencephalographic Rhythms" Chapter 4: Paul Franken "Genetic Mechanisms Underlying Rhythmic EEG Activity During Sleep" Chapter 5: David Rector " Evoked Electrophysiological and Vascular Responses Across Sleep" Chapter 6: Daniel Margoliash and Timothy P. Brawn "Sleep and Learning in Birds: Rats! There's More to Sleep" Chapter 7: Subimal Datta "Phasic Pontine-wave (P-wave)" Generation: Cellular-Molecular-Network Mechanism and Functional Significance" Chapter 8: Christelle Meyer, Vincenzo Muto, Mathieu Jaspar, Caroline Kussé, Ariane Foret, Laura Mascetti, Pierre Maquet "Neural Correlates of Human Sleep and Sleep-Dependent Memory Processing" Chapter 9: Gordon B. Feld and Jan Born "Sleep EEG Rhythms and System Consolidation of Memory" Chapter 10: Salomé Kurth and Reto Huber "Sleep Slow Oscillations and Cortical Maturation"