August 26, 2012
"This acquired behavior persisted throughout the night and into ensuing wake, without later awareness of the learning process. Thus, humans learned new information during sleep."
January 4, 2010
"Sleep has been identified as a state that optimizes the consolidation of newly acquired information in memory, depending on the specific conditions of learning and the timing of sleep."
Journal of Sleep Medicine
April 15, 2009
Overall, this evidence supports the role of SWS in memory processing and its importance before learning, to prepare the brain for initial memory encoding, and after learning, for the offline consolidation of new memories.
October 12, 2006
"Recently, compelling evidence has accumulated that links sleep to learning and memory. Sleep has been identified as a state that optimizes the consolidation of newly acquired information in memory."
June 23, 2014
"Our findings suggest that verbal cueing of foreign vocabulary during post learning sleep might be an efficient and effortless tool to improve foreign vocabulary learning in educational settings as well as every-day life."
January 3, 2017
"Most work has focused on the influence of sleep on memory, with ample work showing that sleep enhances memory consolidation, a process that stores new memories in the brain over time."
Frontiers in Psychology
May 12, 2015
"The last decade has witnessed a spurt of new publications documenting sleep's essential contribution to the brains ability to form lasting memories."
Electrophysiological sign of memory processing during sleep corroborated the notion that appropriate auditory stimulation that does not disrupt sleep can nevertheless bias memory consolidation in relevant brain circuitry.
University of Manchester
May 14, 2016
"These findings suggest that the offline performance gains associated with memory reactivation are supported by altered functional activity in key cognitive and motor networks, and that this consolidation is differentially mediated by both REM sleep and SWS."
Journal of Psycho-physiology
"This observation suggests that learning performance may be an important factor in the relationship between information processing and REM sleep."
Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience
January 7, 2008
"The experiments for the first time dissociate specific effects of early and late sleep on two principal types of memory, declarative and procedural, in humans."
Open Pain Journal
June 13, 2011
" For studies that included both pain-specific and non-pain related suggestions, hypnosis was found to be superior to active treatments on a variety of pain-related outcomes."
Institute of Psychology
September 5, 2013
"Suggestions can reduce anxiety and stress connected to medical intervention, improve subjective well-being and cooperation, and increase efficiency by reducing treatment costs."
Assoc. for Psychological Science
June 6, 2012
"Research has shown that deliberate suggestion can influence how people perform on learning and memory tasks, which products they prefer, and how they respond to supplements and medicines."
December 18, 2016
"The more people who adhere to this style of communication (i.e., doctors, nurses, physiotherapists, psychologists, and
other staff members), the more a beneficial effect can be expected."
Journal of Clinical Hypnosis
July 30, 2013
The more people who adhere to this style of communication (i.e., doctors, nurses, physiotherapists, psychologists, and
other staff members), the more a beneficial effect can be expected.
Jan - April 2015
"Hypnosis helps patient cope more effectively with cancer. Evidence supports use of hypnotherapy for various procedure related pain in pediatric and adult cancer patients but evidence for use of hypnotherapy for chronic cancer pain is inconclusive."
Journal of Pain
September 24, 2018
"The binaural beat can entrain neural activities to synchronize with the beat frequency and induce behavioral states related to the neural activities."
Lower blood pressure was found in the groups that received pre- and perioperative and perioperative suggestions only. Rehabilitation was facilitated in the group of patients receiving perioperative suggestions only.
"Clinical hypnosis can be considered an effective adjuvant therapy for pain and anxiety control in cancer as well as in severe chronic diseases for patients receiving palliative care."
Journal of Psychology
"These findings show that not only pharmacological but also psychological strategies for pain control can modulate the cerebral network involved in noxious perception."
Journal of Pain
"Acupuncture, transcutaneous electrical nerve stimulation, supportive group therapy, self-hypnosis, and massage therapy may provide pain relief in cancer pain or in dying patients."