What’s Behind Your Recurring Dreams | Michelle Carr in Psychology Today

What’s Behind Your Recurring Dreams | Psychology Today.

Michelle CarrDream Factory

Deconstructing the sleeping brain

What’s Behind Your Recurring Dreams

Why dreams generated by long-ago stress can keep coming back.
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Researcher at University of Montreal and Director of Dream & Nightmare Laboratory
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One Response to What’s Behind Your Recurring Dreams | Michelle Carr in Psychology Today

  1. jecgenovese says:

    Reblogged this on peakmemory and commented:
    “Recurrent dreams occur in between 60% and 75% of adults, and more often in women than men “

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