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Kinga Papp

on 24 March 2014

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Transcript of Dreaming

Dream theories
1.The idea that dreams are only physiological stimulations.

2.The idea that dreams are psychologically necessary.

and the brain
5 sleep stages
REM(Rapid Eye Movement) sleep
NREM(non-REM) sleep

Controlling dreams
Lucid dreaming
Dream recall
Mnemonic Induction of Lucid Dreaming (MILD)
Dream incubation
Recurring dreams and nightmares

Like all dreams, recurrent dreams are a message from yourself to yourself.
What do our dreams mean?
Being naked in public
Being chased
Taking an exam
Running, but going nowhere
Your theeth falling out
Sigmund Freud
Carl Jung
Allan Hobson and Robert McCarley
Why we have trouble remembering these night-time story lines?
5 minutes after the end of a dream -50%
10 minutes after the end of a dream -90%
L. Strumpell

Papp Kinga

Dream facts

Most dreams last from five to 20 minutes.
People don't only dream in black and white, as was once believed.
Even though they may not remember them, everyone dreams several times a night. In fact, during a typical lifetime, we spend about six years dreaming.
People who have been blind from birth have dreams that are formed from their other senses (e.g., touch, smell, sound).
When people are snoring, they're not dreaming.
Nightmares are disturbing dreams associated with negative feelings, such as anxiety or fear.
Stephen LaBerge
Dreams are successions of images, ideas, emotions, and sensations that occur involuntarily in the mind during certain stages of sleep.
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