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Microdream neurophenomenology | Neuroscience of Consciousness 

Source: Microdream neurophenomenology | Neuroscience of Consciousness | Oxford Academic pdf: Nielsen 2017 Microdreaming Tore Nielsen* Dream & Nightmare Laboratory, Center for Advanced Research in Sleep Medicine, Hopital du Sacre-Coeur de Montreal and Department of Psychiatry, University of Montreal, Canada Abstract Nightly … Continue reading

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Asleep in cyberspace? Investigation of the dreamlike nature of virtual reality

pdf: nielsen_1995_asleep-in-cyberspace-4cyberconf Tore Nielsen, Tom M. Cervenka, & Russell Powell Paper presented at: 4CYBERCONF – The Fourth International Conference on Cyberspace, May, 1995, Banff, Alberta Summary As arousing as cyberspace may appear, many of its experiential qualities suggest that it is a dreamlike state. … Continue reading

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Solomonova E. & Sha X. W. (2016) Exploring the Depth of Dream Experience: The Enactive Framework and Methods for Neurophenomenological Research. Constructivist Foundations 11(2): 407–416

Source: Solomonova E. & Sha X. W. (2016) Exploring the Depth of Dream Experience: The Enactive Framework and Methods for Neurophenomenological Research. Constructivist Foundations 11(2): 407–416 with commentaries and author replies. pdf: Solomonova_CF_11_402-447_2016_D-neurophen-methods

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

What’s Behind Your Recurring Dreams | Psychology Today. Dream Factory Deconstructing the sleeping brain by Michelle Carr What’s Behind Your Recurring Dreams Why dreams generated by long-ago stress can keep coming back. Published on November 13, 2014 by Michelle Carr … Continue reading

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7 Bizarre (But Common) Pregnancy Dreams, And What They Really Mean

7 Bizarre (But Common) Pregnancy Dreams, And What They Really Mean. If your dreams have become particularly offbeat since you found out you were pregnant, know you’re not the only one. Many pregnancy dreams are as weird as yours, and … Continue reading

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Cauchemars: enfin expliqués !

Science et Vie July 2014 (large file: please wait for it to load…)

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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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