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Memory consolidation during sleep is assumed to rely on the repeated reactivation of newly encoded memories particularly during slow wave sleep (SWS). It has been proposed that reactivated memories during sleeplike during wakefulnessundergo a labilisation process, enabling the strengthening and integration of new memories into pre-existing networks. Here, we tested this idea by introducing interference directly during sleep in the reactivation/ consolidation phase. We predicted that cueingdoi:10.1080/09658211.2017.1329442 pmid:28537468 fatcat:tygkzy4pg5guhnrygc2mjfb5s4