Monthly Archives: October 2013

Smartphone sleep apps

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Brain May Flush Out Toxins During Sleep

Neuroscience News (@NeuroscienceNew) 10/18/13, 5:50 AM Brain May Flush Out Toxins During Sleep – neurosciencenews.com/neuroscience-n… Download the official Twitter app here Torehttp://umontreal.academia.edu/ToreNielsen http://www.dreamscience.ca

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Morrison (2013): Coming to Grips with REM Sleep in the 1960s

Morrison_JHN_1-16_2013_REM-historical Coming to Grips with a “New” State of Consciousness: The Study of Rapid-Eye-Movement Sleep in the 1960s ADRIAN R. MORRISON The recognition of rapid-eye-movement sleep (REM) and its association with dreaming in 1953 by Aserinsky and Kleitman opened a new world … Continue reading

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Deliens (2013): REM sleep, emotional memory unbinding

Rapid eye movement sleep does not seem to unbind memories from their emotional context Deliens_JSR_xx_1-7_2013_REM-unbind-emot-context Sleep unbinds memories from their emotional learning context, protecting them from emotional interference due to a change of mood between learning and recall. According to the … Continue reading

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LDE – Lucid Dreaming Experience magazine Sep 2013

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Gilchrist (2013): Dreams & well-being, PhD dissertation

Gilchrist_PhD_2013_1-219_Ds-well-being University of Tasmania Abstract Anecdotal evidence abounds of the connection between improved well-being and understanding of one’s own dreams. Unfortunately, evidence often comes from dream workers, dream interpreters, or other people with a particular interest in dreams who cannot … Continue reading

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Near death experiences: a multidisciplinary hypothesis | Frontiers in Human Neuroscience

Bokkon_FIHN_7_1-13_2013_NDE-bioluminesc Near death experiences: a multidisciplinary hypothesis István Bókkon1*, Birendra N. Mallick2 and Jack A. Tuszynski3 1Neuroscience Department, Vision Research Institute, Lowell, MA, USA 2School of Life Sciences, Jawaharlal Nehru University, New Delhi, India 3Department of Physics, University of Alberta, Edmonton, AB, Canada … Continue reading

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