Data from: Slow oscillation-spindle coupling predicts enhanced memory formation from childhood to adolescence

Michael A. Hahn, Dominik P.J. Heib, Manuel Schabus, Kerstin Hoedlmoser & Randolph F. Helfrich
Precise temporal coordination of slow oscillations (SO) and sleep spindles is a fundamental mechanism of sleep-dependent memory consolidation. SO and spindle morphology changes considerably throughout development. Critically, it remains unknown how the precise temporal coordination of these two sleep oscillations develops during brain maturation and whether their synchronization indexes the development of memory networks. Here, we use a longitudinal study design spanning from childhood to adolescence, where participants underwent polysomnography and performed a declarative word-pair...
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