Professor of Psychology, Swansea University
Mark Blagrove is Director of the Swansea University Sleep Laboratory. He studies the memory consolidation functions of sleep and the possible role of dreaming in these functions. He also studies the aetiology of nightmares, the relationship of dream content to waking life, and the induction and characteristics of lucid dreams. He conducts dream sharing groups and currently researches the effects of dream sharing on empathy.
MA Natural Sciences, University of Cambridge, 1982
PhD Psychology, Brunel University 1989
May 14, 2020 10:26 am UTC| Health
When you wake up from a strange or particularly memorable dream, how likely are you to share it? Maybe you might tell your partner about it over breakfast or text a friend to tell them the details and ponder over its...