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The Psychology of Dreaming, Paperback / softback Book

The Psychology of Dreaming Paperback / softback

Part of the The Psychology of Everything series

Paperback / softback

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Why do we dream? What is the connection between our dreams and our mental health?

Can we teach ourselves to have lucid dreams?The Psychology of Dreaming delves into the last 100 years of dream research to provide a thought-provoking introduction to what happens in our minds when we sleep.

It looks at the role that dreaming plays in memory, problem-solving, and processing emotions, examines how trauma affects dreaming, and explores how we can use our dreams to understand ourselves better.

Exploring extraordinary experiences like lucid dreaming, precognitive dreams, and sleep paralysis nightmares, alongside cutting-edge questions like whether it will ever be possible for androids to dream, The Psychology of Dreaming reveals some of the most fascinating aspects of our dreaming world.

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