Children’s Brains Transform Learned Material Into Active Knowledge During Sleep

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During sleep, our brains store what we have learned during the day — a process even more effective in children than in adults, new research shows.


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Jennifer Hooks

Jennifer Hooks is managing editor for Children's Ministry Magazine and a contributing author to Sunday School That Works (Group).

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