Monthly Archives: May 2014

Solomonova et al (2014): Neurophenomenology of dreaming commentary

PDF: Solomonova_FiHN_8_1-3_2014_Methodological-considerations Methodological considerations for the neurophenomenology of dreaming: commentary on Windt’s “Reporting dream experience” Elizaveta Solomonova, Kieran C. R. Fox and Tore Nielsen A commentary on “Reporting dream experience: why (not) to be skeptical about dream reports” by Windt, J. … Continue reading

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Could Lucid Dreaming Be the Next Treatment for PTSD?

  via Could Lucid Dreaming Be the Next Treatment for PTSD?  Written by Rachel Barclay Published on May 20, 2014 Lucid dreaming gives dreamers a sense of self-awareness and control over their dreams. For people with PTSD who suffer from nightmares, … Continue reading

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New app shuffles thoughts to summon sleep

http://www.sfu.ca/pamr/media-releases/2014/new-app-shuffles-thoughts-to-summon-sleep.html

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Nightmares and Insomnia Together Exacerbate Depression

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Seeking Roots of Consciousness, Scientists Make Dreamers Self-Aware

http://news.nationalgeographic.com/news/2014/05/140511-lucid-dreaming-sleep-nightmares-consciousness-brain/ Virginia Hughes for National Geographic PUBLISHED MAY 11, 2014 Researchers have figured out how to make people aware of themselves during a dream: by zapping their sleeping brains with a weak electric current. The sensation of “Hey, this is a … Continue reading

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