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Reinterpreting Dreams: Debating Freud’s Legacy in Today’s Modern Psychoanalytical World
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Is there any room for Freudian dream interpretation in today's scientific world?
Commander-in-Sleep: Six Things You Didn't Know About the White House Bedroom
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Multiple Presidents have slept in the same bed, one First Lady decorated the Master Bedroom in all pink and a certain rotund Commander-in-Chief suffered from undiagnosed sleep apnea.
As Our Dreams Are Mapped, Science Is Just Catching Up with Philosophy
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From Aristotle to Zhuangzi, philosophers have wrestled with the true meaning of dreams for millennia.
The Evolution of the Alarm Clock
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The humble origins of the alarm clock, how it evolved from a self-imposed bladder-based system to the bedside scourge we love to hate today.
Septuagenarian Stand-Off: How My Grandparents Learned to Defend Their Bedroom
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Don't mess with Texas, or these seriously strapped senior citizens.
‘I’m Tired’ Project Aims to Destroy Exhaustion of Stereotypes
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A new project is drawing attention to the exhausting nature of stereotypes.
How I Sleep: Poet Matthew Zapruder
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The poet and essayist Matthew Zapruder discusses how sleep affects creativity and how he's learning to cope with being a new dad.
Drawing from His Dreams: Meet Lee Hadwin, the Sleepwalking Artist
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Described as an anomaly by the world's most renowned sleep clinics, Lee Hadwin, known as the sleepwalking artist, is able to produce beautiful drawings while asleep.
Sleep Is the Next Great Class Struggle: A Conversation with RM Vaughan
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Novelist, playwright and artist RM Vaughan discusses his new book Bright Eyed and why sleep will soon be a sought after commodity.
The Sexism Behind Telling Cara Delevingne to “Take A Nap”
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You're just fine, Cara.