Monthly Archives: February 2014

Meaidi (accepted): The sensory construction of dreams and nightmare frequency in congenitally blind and late blind participants

Amani Meaidi, Poul Jennum, Maurice Ptito, Ron Kupers PDF: Meaidi_SM_xx_xx-xx_2014_blindness-dream content Conclusions: Our data show that blindness considerably alters the sensory composition of dreams and that onset and duration of blindness plays an important role. The increased occurrence of nightmares in CB participants … Continue reading

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Pourquoi le cerveau se souvient-il des rêves? | Salle de presse | INSERM

Pourquoi le cerveau se souvient-il des rêves? | Salle de presse | Press Room | INSERM. Certaines personnes se souviennent de leurs rêves tous les matins alors que d’autres s’en souviennent rarement. L’équipe de Perrine Ruby, chargée de recherche Inserm, … Continue reading

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IASD Student Research Awards 2014 – Deadline March 1, 2014

Subject: IASD Student Research Awards 2014 – Deadline March 1, 2014 The IASD Student Research Awards are given to students in two areas: for best original scientific research on dreams and dreaming and for best original historical, literary, artistic, or theoretical … Continue reading

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Robert (2014): Thematic and Content Analysis of Idiopathic Nightmares and Bad Dreams

PDF: Robert_S_37_409-417_2014_NM-BD-content-analysis Study Objectives: To conduct a comprehensive and comparative study of prospectively collected bad dream and nightmare reports using a broad range of dream content variables. Design: Correlational and descriptive. Setting: Participants’ homes. Participants: Three hundred thirty-one adult volunteers (55 men, … Continue reading

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Wamsley (2014): Delusional Confusion of Dreaming and Reality in Narcolepsy

PDF: Wamsley_S_37_419-422_2014_Delusional-D-narco Study Objectives: We investigated a generally unappreciated feature of the sleep disorder narcolepsy, in which patients mistake the memory of a dream for a real experience and form sustained delusions about significant events. Design: We interviewed patients with narcolepsy and … Continue reading

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