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Tuesday, April 16

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    Sleep Facts and Disoreders:
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    http://ngm.nationalgeographic.com/2010/05/sleep/quiz/sleep#sleep
    A SLOG is great way to study sleep by keeping a record of your sleep behavior and the dreams that you have each night. It is best to write down the dreams immediately when you wake up because the events and details of dreams fade with time. Therefore, keep a pen or pencil and a notebook filled with Dream Journal worksheets (see below) near your bed. You could even use a tape recorder to document your dreams. When you wake up, immediately write down or record everything that you remember about the dream. After a few nights of sleep and dreams, you will get better at remembering what happened in the dreams.
    Print out this DREAM JOURNAL WORKSHEET to keep track of your dreams and this SLEEP JOURNAL WORKSHEET to record your sleep behavior. You will need the free Acrobat Reader to view this worksheet.
    {http://faculty.washington.edu/chudler/gif/slcs.jpg} external image slcs.jpg {http://faculty.washington.edu/chudler/quest1.gif} external image quest1.gifSome questions to keep in mind:
    Are your dreams in color?
    Do you have a "sense of time" in your dream?
    What emotions did you have during your dream?
    How many different dreams can you remember in one night?
    Do the same people, events or places reoccur in different dreams?
    Do some events that happened during the day appear in your dreams?
    If you think about something before going to sleep, does this "something" appear in your dreams?
    Does watching a movie or a TV show influence what you dream about?
    Does eating certain food influence what you dream about?
    Does your mood affect what you dream about? If you are happy, do you dream about different things than if you were sad?
    Are dreams on weekdays different than dreams on the weekends?
    Does the time of year influence what you dream about?
    Does the time you go to sleep influence what you dream about?
    Are nighttime dreams different from dreams you have if you take a nap (or fall asleep during class)?
    Are dreams different when you are sick?
    Are dreams different when you take medicine?
    Do you remember dreams you have had in the past? How long ago?
    Do you have the same dreams more than once?
    Are your dreams similar to the dreams of other people in the class? Compare some of your notes.
    Can you remember your dreams better when you wake up by yourself or when you wake up with an alarm clock?
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    Sleep Poster
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