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Erinnerung und Gedächtnis in der Schlaf- und Traumforschung

  • Stephan Hau

Zusammenfassung

Das Thema dieses kurzen Kapitels umfasst ein sehr weites Feld. Deshalb soll es eingegrenzt werden (1) auf die Darstellung verschiedener Gedächtniskonzepte. Ein zweiter Teil (2) wird sich der Frage zuwenden, wie Schlaf bzw. Traum Erinnerungen und Gedächtnisprozesse beeinflussen.

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Authors and Affiliations

  • Stephan Hau
    • 1
  1. 1.Stockholms universitet Psykologiska institutionenStockholmSweden

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