The Pelican: Structure, Dynamics, Function and Meaning of a Nightmarish Dream
A dream laboratory has just been established at the University of Oregon by Drs. Louis Breger and Les Davidson (Breger, …
Dorveille and Breath: Two Sleep-Enhancing Strategies
Two books have recently been published that speak to the challenge of achieving a good night of sleep. One of …
The Nature and Function of Dreams I. An Overview
hile many of Freud’s specific interpretations regarding which functions are being served, his portrayal of dreams as highly generative products of the human mind and heart seems to hold up with further study of dreams. We must marvel at the capacity of the dream to bring together and creatively integrate vast amounts of available information
Status of Sleep: A Report
This is the fifth report coming from the Pathways to Sleep Project. In this report, Dr. William Bergquist briefly summarizes …
Summary Report of Pathways to Sleep Results
William Bergquist, principal investigator for the Pathways to Sleep project, has prepared a summary report concerning results from Survey Four …
Pathways to Sleep: I-E. From Health to Sleep–Time Zone Challenges
There is the need for our body to adjust to a time zone change. Even the one-hour shift from standard to daylight savings time can produce sleep-related problems.
Pathways to Sleep I (d)–From Health to Sleep: The Mindfulness Pathways
Advocates for mindfulness suggest that this practice plays a vital role in helping us prepare for sleep by creating directed and focused attention on the present experience—which, in turn, yields direct and indirect health and sleep benefits.
Pathways to Sleep IC. From Health to Sleep–The Stress Reduction Pathway
Stress-reduction is a no-nonsense pathway. It is specifically intended to help people get and stay healthy—and one of the major areas in which stress-reduction might be most helpful is in helping us fall asleep and stay asleep.
Pathways to Sleep IB: From Health to Sleep–The Exercise Pathway
This first component one pathway is clearly much more than an easily overlooked trail or side road—it is a freeway leading to sleep.
Pathways to Sleep IA. From Health to Sleep Introduction to Component One
This is probably the most important of the four components. However, all (or most) of the pathways associated with this component have an elusive and often indirect impact on sleep quality.