We each spend about a third of our lives sleeping, and a significant portion of that time dreaming.
For over two decades, we’ve been studying the mysteries of sleep, dreams and dream-related disorders.
Our research focuses on the scientific study of dreams - including everyday dreams, nightmares and lucid dreams - as well as on sleep terrors and sleepwalking.
Did You Know?
The evolutionary theory of threat simulation suggests that the function of dreaming is to provide a virtual environment for confronting threatening situations and practicing threat perception and threat-avoidance behaviours.
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