A study using CBS Trials has provided new insight into the biological basis of intelligence. Sleep spindles—short neural oscillations that occur during non-rapid eye movement sleep—have previously been linked to IQ test performance. However, there were a few unanswered questions: Sleep spindles are also linked with sleep quality, because they protect sleep from external stimuli. Are they … Continue reading The Link Between Sleep and Intelligence Goes Deeper Than We Thought
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