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Keywords: sleep neurobiology; neural circuits and sleep; sleep (or nap) and memory [consolidation]; cognition and sleep; neurobiology of dreaming; sleep deprivation and attention; sleep neural correlates; sleep and brain connectivity; REM sleep; lucid dreaming; sleep (or nap) and academic performance; sleep hygiene

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