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Re: How do Sleeping Disorders Affect peoples Dreaming?

This is some really interesting research! I have heard that we only remember some of our dreams, but not all of them, and I've wondered why that is but now I know! I also really like your our research about how sleep disorders(such as insomnia) effect peoples dreams. It makes a lot of sense and I think it is very interesting! I really like this research, and I'm looking forward to what your find next!
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Re: How do Sleeping Disorders Affect peoples Dreaming?

I once heard a teacher say dreams are super hard to recover and tell but i once dreamt of me flying and due to the kind of style i was sleeping i fell from the bed just when the plane i was flying was about to land which i see as a sleeping disorder and i really remember all my dreams but i always wake up in the middle and even fail to get back to sleep looking forward for your next post .
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Re: How do Sleeping Disorders Affect peoples Dreaming?

Stephen Kinyua (Thome) ·
It is sometimes not very easy to remember a dream.I agree with you that sleeping disorders might affect dreaming.I look forward to seeing the end of your research. Good luck
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Re: How do Sleeping Disorders Affect peoples Dreaming?

Flora Xia (Alumni-LFAS) ·
do you think remembering dreams or training yourself to remember dreams will create a positive or negative impact on your psyche?
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Re: How do Sleeping Disorders Affect peoples Dreaming?

This is a nice work.Imagine a person have sleep in class when she/he awake cannot tell what was episode but if one was asleep can retell what she was dreaming this is super on sleep.But i think the heart is part of this sleep and dream.There is a myth that shows that if one can finish the dream one was dreaming one can die.Moreover some dream usually make one experience it physically because one day i dream a lion eating me and i screamed loudly such that even neighbors came to look what was...
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Re: How do Sleeping Disorders Affect peoples Dreaming?

Hello Audrey An interesting topic you've got.Dream is a funny act that its not easy to define.Its composed of so many myths that are very challenging.its also much interesting because just think of you dreaming being in a party eating as much as you can<only to wake up and get yourself very hungry>Nice research indeed. All the best
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Re: How do Sleeping Disorders Affect peoples Dreaming?

Hello Audrey What an amazing topic you are researching on.One thing I know about dreams is that you can't read while sleeping and also can't also tell the time.Am sure of this because I have tried this for many times and it never worked.That gave me a nightmare. Here is a link you can use to get useful information on how dreams affect people:https://sites.psu.edu/siowfa15/2015/09/08/how-do-dreams-affect-us/
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Re: How do Sleeping Disorders Affect peoples Dreaming?

I never knew that's why I don't remember my dreams! That makes a lot of sense now that I think about. Usually when I get a good nights sleep, it's harder to recall my dreams. But when I have a bad dream and wake up in fear, the picture of the dream is vividly in my mind. Very interesting research Audrey, good luck!
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Re: How do Sleeping Disorders Affect peoples Dreaming?

This is some really interesting research! I have heard that we only remember some of our dreams, but not all of them, and I've wondered why that is but now I know! I also really like your our research about how sleep disorders(such as insomnia) effect peoples dreams. It makes a lot of sense and I think it is very interesting! I really like this research, and I'm looking forward to what your find next!
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Re: How do Sleeping Disorders Affect peoples Dreaming?

Flora Xia (Alumni-LFAS) ·
What about dreams/sleep intrigues you? I look forward to seeing what you write about next. Will you be conducting any experiments?
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Re: Inquiry Question

Anika Zak (Alumni) ·
This topic has always enthralled me and I'm very excited to see where your research will take you. The realm of dreams and the unconscious mind is one of relatively sparse scientific knowledge and much speculation. I highly recommend looking into dream dictionaries, either in print or on the web. These use symbols from dreams (ie animals, colours, objects, etc) and connotations in order to interpret the dream's meaning. Here's a link to one of the most popular online: ...
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Re: Inquiry Question

Moira O'Keeffe (LFAS-Alumni) ·
This is such a cool topic! I've always been interested in dreams, because if you think about dreams are actually super weird! For your project are you thinking about doing it more on what do our dreams mean or more the science of why people dream and what causes you to have a good dream or a bad dream. Im really excited about the research you find and the discoveries you make! Good luck: )
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Re: Inquiry Question

Thanks Moira for the comment, I want to base the project more on what dreams mean. The facts are that we already know how we have them and what chemicals are brain uses, I want to know why. I want feedback from people about how they dream and what they dream about, not searching up facts. Although I will do lots of research as backround info for my overall results.
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Re: Inquiry Question

I really like this question because everybody dreams or has nightmares, even if you don't always remember them. I really like the part about what is the difference between a dream and a nightmare, because it's something that I personally just think of in black and white terms, as in dreams are good/happy and nightmares are the opposite. I wonder if it is more though, and I can't wait to see what you come up with. Good luck!
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Re: Grand Finale

Your project is so intriguing! I like how you organized your data through surveys and different percentages. Its interesting to see how your hypothesis compares and contrasts with your research.
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Re: Risking Absurdity

Mr. Mburu (Admin) ·
I would be exited to know. I never knew that dreams are black and white!
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Re: Risking Absurdity

Although unproven there was a theory going around a little while ago that we dream in black and white and we later fill in our memories of our dreams with colour. I do not know how sound this theory is, but its a interesting notion that we as humans may be limited to black and white dreamscapes.
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Re: Risking Absurdity

Former Member ·
i dont think they actually can because everyone thinks differently from the other
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Re: Risking Absurdity

Former Member ·
Upon researching this idea, I wasn't able to find anything that supports this question. Keep thinking out of the box and you might find a really interesting connection with your inquiry!
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Re: Dream Research

Juolin Lee (LFAS - Alumni) ·
This is such a cool project!!! I have a few question about Hypnic Jerks. You said 70% of people experience this in their life time. However I don't think I personally experience this before, so I'm wondering if this is a once in a life time thing, or it will happen consdiently after the first time of experiencing it? Is there any negative effect on people other than the weird feeling you describe?
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Re: Dream Research

Evan McFee (Alumni-LFAS) ·
This is some really interesting stuff. Whether we acknowledge them or not, dreams are such an integral part of our lives and can affect the way we perceive events. There is definitely potential to go deeper with this, such as: what are the negative consequences of lack of sleep? Is consistent dreaming good for us? Do dreams change as we get older? Do animals have dreams? Is night dreaming different than day dreaming, and if so, how? Do dreams change depending on the culture? Here are some...
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Re: Dream Research

Thanks for the insight Evan. Joulin - personally I have had Hypnic jerks before and it is kind of hard to explain. Literally just as you are about to fall asleep your whole body kind of jerks. It is just suprising, as if I were falling off a cliff, but I am able to fall right back to sleep. Some aren't as severe and for the first time last night actually it wasn't my whole body but just my foot that twitched and I pretty much just kicked my blanket. It is always a weird feeling hopefully...
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Re: Dream Research

I think this is very interesting because it happens to me all the time, but until now, I never knew what they were called. I think it's cool that so many people get them, and that there are so many different reasons for them to happen. I was wondering if your surroundings affect them, or if things like temperature or sounds around you (ex. waves) can affect them.
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Re: Dream Research

Ken Saibuli (Tigithi) ·
The things that many people dont know is that what you do in the world of dreams are some how real because one day I dremt and it came true the next day.In our culture we believe that if you have a bad dream tell someone or it will come true,I will still folow your blog to find more.
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Re: DREAMS AND INSTINCTS

George Gitonga (Alumni) ·
I totally agree with you,dreams are avenues where instincts end to express themselves,��Just that,it's all written out!
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Re: DREAMS AND INSTINCTS

Moira O'Keeffe (LFAS-Alumni) ·
The fact that you have connected three different projects together is so cool! And I agree that they all kind of reflect each other in some way or another. I think that dreams and instincts are even more closely related together in the sense that your dreams can reflect your instincts and vice versa. I'm excited for the discoveries that you make, good luck!
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Sarnaver Mwende (Alumni) ·
a myth in dream interpretation.today one of my friends told me that she had a dream of both of us taking meat ,and when she told this to the mother she insisted that she should avoid such dreams since they symbolize death .what do u think about this?
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Dreams can mean so many different things. In different cultures people believe they represent different meanings. It is believed that they can reflect what happens in your life. I'm not sure why taking meat symbolizes death. That is something I will look into. Thanks for the comment Sarnaver!
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Re: What do Dreams mean?

Evan McFee (Alumni-LFAS) ·
Well, the theory is that during your waking hours throughout your life, the sub-conscious absorbs everything that occurs to you, stores them outside the reach of instantaneous recollection, and then projects the appropriate event in the form of a dream. What exactly the purpose of doing that we don't know, but what we do know is that dreams are influenced by external stimuli. Here are some sites to delve into http://www.huffingtonpost.com/...earch_b_5413712.html ...
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Re: What do Dreams mean?

Fantastic question. I never considered this before but am now very intrigued. I am happy to drop off a "Dream Dictionary" I have that you can borrow as a North American culture reference.
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Re: What do Dreams mean?

Gloria Serianae (Loise) ·
well, in my opinion i think that the dreams have great impact in someones life as miraculously some dreams are real.
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Re: How do Dreams Affect People?

Former Member ·
I found this completely fascinating to be honest. I know very little about dreams so it was great to read into them. I thought you did a really wonderful job describing the complex way dreams work in a really simple way that made sense. Also I was wondering if you'd looked into sleep paralysis? This is a phenomenon in which, after waking, you continue to dream and for moments are unable to move. I don't know much about it, but it sounds really interesting. I'm very excited to see where you...
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Re: How do Dreams Affect People?

LOVE THIS SUBJECT!!! I did a project on this a while ago, but I only scraped the surface of this subject. There are so many things to look into, do you have a certain focus for you project or are you just going to see how much information you can collect? Like Emma Irvine I have found sleep paralysis to be an especially interesting subject, as well as other sleeping disorders, I think it would be cool I you wanted to look into those. Very excited for your project .
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Re: How do Dreams Affect People?

Victor Mageto (Alumni) ·
Mental illness may affect sleep so much,in that someone with mental problem will tend to sleep anytime,most of the people who are mentally sick will sleep during the day and tend to be active during the day,which I guess they get to train themselves,in Kenya for instance mental people may be seen along the road at day time deep asleep and be seen active during the night which really can't figure out why.
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Re: How do Dreams Affect People?

I really like this project, the part that got me thinking was the last part, the question "how does mental illness affect sleep". I decided to look into this and I found something really interesting, something Ive never thought of or even imagine, ( the main idea of butterfly effect ). Mental illness and sleep are two interconnected topics, a change in one has an effect on the other. Both of them can mutually affect one another. For example, if you don't have enough sleep, you are most...
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Re: How do Dreams Affect People?

This is a very interesting project to research! If you wanted to, you could also look at the mental illnesses that have to do with sleep. There are some conditions where people under high stress have vivid nightmares about family and friends. They can be so real that the person does not want to go to sleep. It usually happens in girls. Anyways, keep up the good researching.
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Re: Research Round #1 : How do dogs interpret our language?

https://www.scientificamerican...ction-dogs-can-talk/
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Re: Research Round #1 : How do dogs interpret our language?

Hi Rhea, This topic is very intriguing because people often wonder how pets react to what we say. I have often wondered why dogs bark at certain people and not at others. I found that these resources were able to give an explanation that may be useful to you. http://moderndogmagazine.com/a...and-not-others/91712 https://sarahwilsondogexpert.com/alarm-barking/ Hope this helps and good luck with your research!
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Re: Research Round #1 : How do dogs interpret our language?

Danielle Campani (Alumni-LFAS) ·
Such interesting research Rhea! I'm really excited to read the rest of your research, I wanted to mention I've often noticed my dog and cat twitching and kicking in their sleep so I'd be interested in finding out whether there is existing research on the complexity of dreams they have in comparison to us.
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Re: Broaden Your Thinking

Hey Tiana! This 'Broaden Your Thinking' is fantastic! I love how you challenged yourself by taking two completely different topics and bringing them together like this. Your question, if people are happier when they dream, is a very interesting question. I'd argue that yes, people are happier when they dream, because the worries and pressures of the real world are not present. However, one might argue that dreams can bring imaginary worries and pressures, and those might be even more...
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Re: Project Plan

This question is very interesting! Its something I've never really thought about, but now that I have I want to learn more about it! I'm really looking forward to what you find! Good luck!!
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Re: Research Round #1 : How do dogs interpret our language?

Interesting topic, I've always wondered if dogs could understand what we are talking about. I have seen this video many times, but I thought that it was funny and good video of a dog dreaming. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=z2BgjH_CtIA Heres an article on dogs brains and them dreaming. https://www.cesarsway.com/dog-...aviors/do-dogs-dream
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Re: Research Round #1 : How do dogs interpret our language?

This is a very interesting topic! As a dog owner myself, I do wonder what my dog is thinking of, and how much he can perceive and understand. I'm afraid that I don't have too much information about the actual structure of a dog's brain, but here are some links that I found that may be helpful: https://www.washingtonpost.com...really-does-get-you/ http://www.livescience.com/53743-dog-dreams.html Good luck!
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Re: Research Round #1 : How do dogs interpret our language?

Caroline Lu (Charles Best) ·
I think you topic is really interesting. I always think that can dog understand multiple languages like the human. I found some information about the dog's language. I hope this can help you. http://www.slate.com/articles/...rstand_language.html
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Re: Research Round #1 : How do dogs interpret our language?

This topic is pretty interesting, especially since many pet owners probably wonder about how their friends perceive the world. One thing I learnt a while back was how dogs have a hard time of understanding the physical concept of a leash, and how their time perception is very different form ours. http://www.purina.com.au/dogs/behaviour/time The link I provided talks about time specifically, but there's a lot more fundamentals you can cover regarding animal consciousness.
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Re: Do Dreams Have Meaning?

Heeva Chavoshi (Charles Best) ·
Hi Grace! Your topic is very intriguing and is something I have been wondering for a while. I'm excited to read your upcoming posts! Personally, I would love to know why some people have the same dreams and if that has any meaning too. Here are some links that will hopefully be of use: https://www.psychologytoday.co...-dreams-have-meaning http://www.world-of-lucid-drea...n-dream-symbols.html Good luck!
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Re: Do Dreams Have Meaning?

Caroline Lu (Charles Best) ·
Hi Grace! I'm really interested in your topic about the dream. For me, I had a lot of dreams. some are really strange and unrelated. I found that there are two types of dreams, daydreams and night dreams. I rarely have daydreams, and for the most time, I have night dreams. you can search the reason why night dreams are more common than daydreams. some links can help you. https://www.popmalt.com/forums...-night-dreams.43277/ https://thesalesblog.com/2012/...reams-and-daydreams/
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Re: Do Dreams Have Meaning?

Juliana Nunes (Charles Best) ·
Hi Grace, This is truly an interesting topic, one that not many of us are familiar with! I will definitely be following this inquiry. I am particularly curious if our actions/ maybe traumatizing situations in our lives can affect our dreams (looking at a psychological aspect). For example, if there was something in your life that really scared you, you may have a dream about it or similar to it. It would be really cool if you look into this! Hope you do!
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Re: Do Dreams Have Meaning?

Shelby Wanjiku (Malek) ·
hi, thats a nice topic. i would like to say that people see dreams as reality.
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Re: Do Dreams Have Meaning?

Cynthia Mwahu ·
That is a very interesting topic everyone dreams and some dreams have meanings and they even come to be reality .Dreams may be horrifying and some exiting
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