Specific sounds may favor learning
A recent study by researchers at Northwestern University in Chicago suggests that touching specific sounds during sleep may help you remember more easily than you had studied before bedtime. p> The study involved people who were taught to move 50 images to a particular location on the computer screen. Each of the images had a related sound, like the noise of a helicopter.
The study involved people who were taught to move 50 images to a particular location on the computer screen. Each of the images had a related sound, like the noise of a helicopter.After the exercise, 12 people slept and the researchers touched 25 of the sounds shown in the activity. According to the researchers, when participants woke up, they failed to realize that sounds had been played during sleep.
However, most participants recalled precisely the location of the images associated with the 25 sounds played during sleep, and the images
According to the researchers, it is possible to absorb information during sleep using the auditory system, giving clues to the brain through sounds specific to each learning.
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