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Adolesc Med State Art Rev. 2010 Dec;21(3):522-41, x.

Sleep and academic success: mechanisms, empirical evidence, and interventional strategies.

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Department of Psychiatry, Douglas Mental Health University Institute, Montreal, Quebec, Canada. reut.gruber@douglas.mcgill.ca

Abstract

Mounting evidence indicates that sleep is beneficial for learning, memory, attention, and academic success. However, the importance of sleep in these contexts has rarely been addressed in programs aimed at optimizing academic performance. This review aims to describe the role that sleep plays in processes pertaining to academic achievement. We first describe the basic sleep processes and their role with respect to cognitive and behavioral/emotional systems important for academic performance. We next review studies conducted to assess the association between sleep and academic performance, concluding by describing interventional programs being used to optimize sleep in the context of academic success.

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