Neural correlates of cognitive procedural memory consolidation during sleep
In this experiment, we are looking at brain activity related to learning a new task. Brain activity will be recorded using functional Magnetic Resonance Imaging (fMRI) and Electroencephalography (EEG), two non-invasive techniques. These sessions include 2-3 naps spent sleeping in a bed at the laboratory with EEG attached to the head and face, laying in an fMRI scanner for 1 hour, as well as completing some learning tasks.
Male and Female
The Royal's Institute of Mental Health Research, affiliated with the University of Ottawa
Sleep Research Unit
1145 Carling Ave, Ottawa, ON
Dr. Stuart Fogel
*This study is currently recruiting participants