SaC Research Featured in the New York Times

Posted on November 11th, 2012 by Simon Durrant

Some of our research has recently been featured in an article on sleep in the New York Times.  Well worth a read, especially if you are fond of napping.

“In another study conducted by Simon Durrant, a professor at the University of Lincoln, in England, the amount of time a subject spent in deep sleep during a nap predicted his or her later performance at recalling a short burst of melodic tones. And researchers at the City University of New York found that short naps helped subjects identify more literal and figurative connections between objects than those who simply stayed awake.”

One Response to “SaC Research Featured in the New York Times”

  1. Thank you.

    I am glad your research got featured on NY times. More people need to be exposed to the real facts about sleep.

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