Dream Paper

Dream Paper - Introduction Nearly everyone has dreams,...

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Introduction Nearly everyone has dreams, whether they are pleasant or unpleasant ones, but only some people are able to recollect what they dreamt. Factors Reoccurring dreams acts as a factor for how many dreams people remember in a week because if someone has a dream more than once they are more likely to remember that one dream. Not only will they remember they had it but they will be able to remember it in more detail compared to others. Also I want to see if the people who have reoccurring dreams tend to have a better dream memory. If there is a connection between the two, good dream memory might explain why these people are able to have/remember reoccurring dreams. How much sleep an individual gets in one night is also a factor in how well one remembers his dreams. Dreams occur most often in the REM cycle of sleep. Each time the REM cycle is reached during the night the stage of sleep become deeper and more vivid dreams occur. So if an individual were to have more sleep he should be more likely to remember his dreams
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This note was uploaded on 03/31/2008 for the course ENG 101 taught by Professor Cornett during the Fall '08 term at N.C. State.

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