Auto-Activation Deficit Patients Dream When Minds Are Blank

Case studies of patients with Auto-Activation Deficit who reported dreams when awakened from REM sleep, even when they demonstrated a mental blank during the daytime, have been documented by Isabelle Arnulf and colleagues from the Sleep Disorders Unit at the Universit√© Pierre et Marie Curie (UPMC). The paper proves that even patients with Auto-Activation Disorder…

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Memory And Recall Improves When Imagining Yourself

Imagining something from a personal perspective can be an effective tactic for better memory and recall, according to a University of Arizona study. Earlier research has shown that self-imagination can have beneficial effects for both healthy adults and for individuals who suffer memory impairments as a result of brain injury, and may be a promising…

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