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朱玥, 龚姝. 睡眠剥夺对工作记忆的影响及其作用机制研究进展[J]. koko体育app 学报(医学版), 2023, 54(2): 240-245. doi: 10.12182/20230260304
引用本文: 朱玥, 龚姝. 睡眠剥夺对工作记忆的影响及其作用机制研究进展[J]. koko体育app 学报(医学版), 2023, 54(2): 240-245. doi:
ZHU Yue, GONG Shu. Research Progress in the Effect of Sleep Deprivation on Working Memory and Its Mechanisms[J]. JOURNAL OF SICHUAN UNIVERSITY (MEDICAL SCIENCES), 2023, 54(2): 240-245. doi: 10.12182/20230260304
Citation: ZHU Yue, GONG Shu. Research Progress in the Effect of Sleep Deprivation on Working Memory and Its Mechanisms[J]. JOURNAL OF SICHUAN UNIVERSITY (MEDICAL SCIENCES), 2023, 54(2): 240-245. doi:

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Research Progress in the Effect of Sleep Deprivation on Working Memory and Its Mechanisms

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  • 摘要: 睡眠剥夺的发生率逐年攀升,人们也越发关注睡眠剥夺对躯体与认知的影响。同时,工作记忆也是许多高级认知功能的基石,因此本文从睡眠剥夺对工作记忆的影响,影响睡眠剥夺对工作记忆作用的相关因素及可能存在的作用机制入手,整理回顾近年来的相关文献,旨在更加完整地了解睡眠剥夺对工作记忆的影响,并为制定科学合理的睡眠策略提供依据。
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  • 收稿日期:  2023-10-09
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