Power naps might be more powerful than previously thought

Power naps might be more powerful than previously thought

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Monday, October 29, 2012
Daily Iowan photo of a student asleep in front of their computer keyboard with head resting on desk.

Mark Dyken, the director of the University of Iowa Hospitals and Clinics Sleep Disorders Clinic, says that power naps allow people to encode data better. At the UI, researchers such as Professor Karla McGregor are looking at the power of naps and memory formation.

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