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The consolidation of motor sequence learning is known to depend on sleep. Work in our laboratory and others have shown that the striatum is associated with this off-line consolidation process. In this study, we aimed to quantify the sleep-dependent dynamic changes occurring at the network level using a measure of functional integration. We directly compared changes in connectivity before and after sleep or the simple passage of daytime. As predicted, the results revealed greater integrationdoi:10.1016/j.neuroimage.2014.05.022 pmid:24844748 pmcid:PMC6644011 fatcat:7r4xbalvwfhkvoyofcgic64yyu