Sleep, A Neurological Luxury or Living Necessity?

Unit 9: Learning, Memory and Biological Clocks
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Objective: Students will use models to explain the relationship between sleep and standard metabolic functions in the body.

Big Idea: The body and brain requires sleep to maintain and regulate daily homeostatic functions of the body that directly or indirectly impact circadian rhythms.

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