Researchers at State University’s sleep research lab deprived some volunteers of sleep for 35 hours while others slept normally. This was followed by fMRI scans of participants’ brains while they observed a series of images (pleasant, disturbing, and neutral). If the results are similar to those reported in Focus on Neuroscience: The Sleep-Deprived Emotional Brain, the researchers are likely to find that:
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