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Neuroscience of Sleep Course Investigates the Impact of Sleep

Neuroscience of Sleep Course Investigates the Impact of Sleep

Irene Kan, PhD, associate professor in the Department of Psychological and Brain Sciences, created the course, “Neuroscience of Sleep,” to delve into the many facets of sleep and how it impacts our behaviors. In the course, students debunk prior misconceptions about sleep and learn about the impact of sleep on cognition, physical and mental health.

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