Matthew Walker

University of California, Berkeley

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Principal investigator at the Sleep and Neuroimaging Laboratory, and Professor of Psychology and Neuroscience at the University of California, Berkeley

Matthew Walker on KCRW

Wisdom may come with age, but so does the loss of sleep — and the loss of memory. New research shows that poor sleep may be the culprit and that treatment may be on the way.

Poor Sleep in Aging Adults May Affect Memory

Wisdom may come with age, but so does the loss of sleep — and the loss of memory. New research shows that poor sleep may be the culprit and that treatment may be on the way.

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