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Not Remembering Dreams Doesn’t Mean You Don’t Have Them
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Something's going on up there.
Homo Erectus, Come on Down!
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Once early man came down from the trees and slept on the ground, they learned how to dream. And everything changed.
Will Sleep Scratching Become the New Sleepwalking?
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Sleep experts want to make sleep-related scratching a diagnosable condition.
Let’s Not Draw Any Conclusions Between Race and Sleep Quality Just Yet
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Researchers from the University of Pittsburgh believe there's a real genetic basis for diminished deep sleep. But let's no amplify the results, folks.
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?
Are You a Psychopath? Depends on How You Yawn
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Coldhearted humans won't catch your yawns.
Scientists Have Pinpointed a Sleep-Wake Switch in the Brain
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This could be big, people. Researchers from Northwestern have pinpointed sleep-wake mechanism in the brains of mice and fruit flies.
Brain Scans Can Now Reveal What Emotions Look Like
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Want to know what a case of the sads really looks like? Dartmouth neuroscientists find signature "negative emotion" brain pattern.
How Sleep Deprivation Affects Sleepwalkers' Brains
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Sleepwalking and Sleep Deprivation Have a Complicated Relationship.
Open Offices are Working Against You
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Those trendy open-air offices are screwing with your ability to hear and process information properly.