If you are interested in becoming a dream researcher, it should be known—it is not for the faint of heart. Most of us who are interested in dreams want to understand some deeper meaning in our lives. Or we are searching for something that we don't … [Read more...] about Interested in becoming a dream researcher? Here’s how I do it as a community builder
Dream & Sleep Research
Calling all dreamers! The latest chapter of our dream research on galantamine has begun and we are looking for subjects in the USA. If you qualify, you can participate from the comfort of your home. Read the announcement, and if you believe you are … [Read more...] about Our new galantamine dream study is now looking for participants
I'm happy to report that my new collection on lucid dreaming scholarship is slated for release on July 31, 2014 by Praeger. Co-edited with my friend and colleague Kelly Bulkeley, this collection is called Lucid Dreaming: New Perspectives on … [Read more...] about The Future of Lucid Dreaming Scholarship
Cave Bear image cc Quicktiming I just crawled out of my winter cave and discovered that it's 2009. While I get back into the groove, here's a few scientific articles released over the last few weeks on the subject of sleep disorders that you may … [Read more...] about Crawling Out of the Winter Cave
Want to participate in dream research" I"m now officially collecting dream reports for lucid nightmares, a type of lucid dreams that is often not discussed in the field of dream studies. I will present my findings next summer at the annual … [Read more...] about Lucid Nightmares – Participate in Dream Research
I missed this excellent podcast about contemporary nightmare research when it was released last fall. NPR interviews New York Times science journalist Natalie Angier and dream researcher Kelly Bulkeley about the whole mess: theories about the cause … [Read more...] about Why do Nightmares Happen?