Monthly Archives: October 2011

10 Things You Probably Didn’t Know About Dreams

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Brand et al (2011) Dream recall, stress and creativity

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Rewriting Nighttime Stories from the House of Hades: Treatments of Sleep Disturbances in Military Veterans_Live and Archived_4/14/2011 HOLD TILL DEC 2012

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CARSM/CEAMS websites

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Mound, A Claymation Short Featuring Beautifully Morphing Characters

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Put Me to Sleep… Products for Lucid Dreaming – an interdisciplinary course

A great interdisciplinary course taught by Karmen Franinovic in Zurich Exploration of technologies influencing sleep or facilitating lucid dreams: http://blogs.iad.zhdk.ch/luciddreams/ Course description: Lucid dreaming is the experience in which … Continue reading

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Brain scan of 2 lucid dreams

The secret world of dreams could soon be cracked open. Innovative neuroscientists have already begun to figure out the thoughts of awake people – now, a team reckon they can use similar methods to tap into dreams. To find out whether dreams could … Continue reading

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Michael Fassbender film explores Jung versus Freud

http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/entertainment-arts-15468191 Actor Michael Fassbender is rapidly becoming an A-list Hollywood star following his success in the role of Magneto in the blockbuster X-Men: First Class. He is receiving accolades for his perfo… Continue reading

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Paper on the dream-lag effect

Here is a link to the PLoS ONE article, out yesterday, by Ed Pace-Schott, Oliver Turnbull and M Blagrove regarding REM sleep and the dream-lag effect. http://www.plosone.org/article/info%3Adoi%2F10.1371%2Fjournal.pone.0026708 And I have posted a c… Continue reading

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Paper on REM sleep and the dream-lag effect now available

Mark Blagrove posted in Dream Research Exchange.Mark Blagrove 5:00pm Oct 26 Wonderful paper on REM sleep and the dream-lag effect (data were presented at the IASD Rolduc conference) has just been published by PLoS ONE Public Library of Science. Do… Continue reading

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Eyes in slow motion

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Why Do We Dream? A bad example of science reporting.

This is an interesting effort at public education, but contains glaring errors (REM sleep atopia??). In fact, it is FULL of inaccuracies! Not really worth recommending, but a good exercise in fact-checking…) http://laughingsquid.com/why-do-we-dr… Continue reading

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Image rehearsal gone high-tech

“The hope is that the soldier “learns to activate the parasympathetic dream scenarios when aroused by traumatic memories by using 3D goggles, coping successfully with intrusive nightmares,” … “And there will be security hurdles, as well as techn… Continue reading

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Answers in Your Dreams: Scientific American

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Sarah Fuller exhibit “Dream Lab” (collaboration with DNL) on view at Les Territoires

Sarah Fuller My exhibit “Dream Lab” is on view at Les Territoires until the end of October. If you are in Montreal, check it out! Share http://www.lesterritoires.org/english/exhibit… via linkedin.com Continue reading

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Subliminal Dream Programming: Sonic Device Enables Lucid Control Of Dreamscape, Science And Origin Of Dreams | Before It

Subliminal Dream Programming: Sonic Device Enables Lucid Control Of Dreamscape, Science And Origin Of Dreams Sun Oct 16 2011 04:14http://ow.ly/1faw1W Continue reading

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Nightmares and Their Association With Mental Health Among Women Exposed to Intimate Partner Violence.

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Neuroscience explanations are more believable than mere psychological ones http://goo.gl/7PJUK

Neuroscience explanations are more believable than mere psychological ones By Cory Doctorow at 5:19 am Saturday, Oct 15 “The Seductive Allure of Neuroscience Explanations,” published in 2008 in the Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience, experimentally… Continue reading

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APSS 2012 Call for abstracts

SLEEP 2012 Call for Abstracts and Session ProposalsSLEEP 2012 will be held June 9-13, 2012, at the Hynes Convention Center in Boston, Mass. The Call for Abstracts and Session Proposals is now available online atwww.sleepmeeting.org.As part of the … Continue reading

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US Army awards $1.5 million for sleep research

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