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Advances in Psychology
Targeted memory reactivation is a fairly important technique that has the potential to influence the course of memory formation through application of cues during imperceptible states. In general, cueing memory at the slow-wave-sleep stage can promote the consolidation of procedural and declarative memory. However, the effect of cueing memory during wake and the rapid eye move sleep has no unified. Studies have shown that TMR is associated with sleep parameters and accompanied by activation ofdoi:10.12677/ap.2018.82025 fatcat:sblnhfiz6nfhrphhkpe7att26m