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The Sleep, Learning, and Memory lab in the Psychology Department at Royal Holloway, University of London carries out research into learning, memory, and the impact memory consolidation during sleep has on these phenomena.

In our research we benefit from a two-bedroom sleep laboratory with full Embla polysomnography equipment for monitoring neural activity during sleep. We also have an olfactometer in place to allow us to investigate external memory reactivation during sleep. The laboratory is located in a quiet corner of the campus, with only the Royal Holloway deer as our neighbours. Further departmental facilities to which we have access include an fMRI lab, and an EEG lab.

Please explore our website for more information about the people in the lab, about our research, our publications, and about our research in the media.

For any enquiries, please contact:

Dr Jakke Tamminen
Department of Psychology
Royal Holloway, University of London
Egham
TW20 0EX
United Kingdom

E-mail: jakke.tamminen(at)rhul.ac.uk

 

Are you 13-16 years old, or a parent of a 13-16 year-old?

We are now looking for volunteers to take part in a new study on sleep and learning in adolescence. Click here for details!