iStock_000010628192SmallResearchers from the University of California-Irvine and Michigan State University suggest sleep deprivation could increase the risk of false memory formation – the recall of an event that never occurred. The researchers note that although lack of sleep has been associated with impaired cognitive functioning, very few studies have investigated whether sleep deprivation contributes to false memories, until now.

The research team, led by Steven J. Frenda of the Department of Psychology and Social Behavior at UCI reports, “Recent studies are suggesting that people are getting fewer hours of sleep on average, and chronic sleep deprivation is on the rise. Our findings have implications for the reliability of eyewitnesses who may have experienced long periods of restricted or deprived sleep.”

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