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We are interested in supporting research into dreams from the spiritual perspective and also the use of dreams in research. EN. Polski Português (Brasil) Português (Portugal) Română Slovenčina Slovenščina Suomi Svenska. International Journal of Dream Research RG Journal Impact: 0.57 * *This value is calculated using ResearchGate data and is based on average citation counts from work published in this journal. Go to Google Scholar.

This article studies Martin Luther King's speech, "I Have a Dream," delivered on August 28, 1963, at the Washington Mall, as a sermon in the black Baptist tradition. Journal of Sleep Research.

However, recent research, to be discussed in this paper, which takes into account the physiological mechanisms underlying sleep and dreams, the content of dreams, and the environmental conditions of selection, points toward the natural selection of dreaming as a state of consciousness which has persisted across the development of the human species. For this first large-scale comparative study on the topic, the researchers asked 572 respondents to write a dream journal over two to five weeks …

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Sleep Disorders Unit, Pitié‐Salpêtrière University Hospital, APHP, Paris, France.

The European Sleep Research Society (ESRS) is going to hold its 2 nd Sleep Science School from September 29 to October 4, 2019 in Frejus in France.

We often hear stories of people who’ve learned from their dreams or been inspired by them. Hrvatski Indonesia Italiano Latviešu Lietuvių Magyar Nederlands Norsk. …

The European Sleep Research Society and Wiley are pleased to announce that the 2018 Impact Factor for Journal of Sleep Research is 3.432. I DREAM Research Journal 2017 17 The journal is intended as a meeting place in which continuous improvement advocates and educational reform beings and doings of teaching and learning, human resource, governance, and child protection studies and practice meet and, by doing so, are on-goingly transformed. Non‐dreamers dream or do they? In conjunction with the Alister Hardy Religious Experience Research Centre (RERC), the DRI is currently collecting accounts of people’s spiritual or religious experiences in dreams. Languages.

By Matthew Walker | October 24, 2017. Research shows that dreaming is not just a byproduct of sleep, but serves its own important functions in our well-being. Bastien Herlin. Free Access.

Evidence that non‐dreamers do dream: a REM sleep behaviour disorder model. Volume 24, Issue 6. The focus of this year's meeting will be "Sleep and Aging".