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      Academic research on lucid dreaming?

      I'm doing a research project on lucid dreaming and need some good academic articles. Anyone knows where I can find some? So far, I've only found some on lucidity.com

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      Sorry, but Freud's theories on dreams have absolutely no basis in empirical fact. They have been roundly rejected by modern psychological science. For a more accurate and modern account of lucid dreaming, look up the work of Stephen LaBerge at the Lucidity Institute.

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      Quote Originally Posted by DuB View Post
      Sorry, but Freud's theories on dreams have absolutely no basis in empirical fact. They have been roundly rejected by modern psychological science. For a more accurate and modern account of lucid dreaming, look up the work of Stephen LaBerge at the Lucidity Institute.
      Yea, I found some good articles on the Lucidity Institute site. If anyone is interested, I also found really good site that has issues from a magazine called "Lucidity Letter" which has different articles, opinions, findings from LD researchers. The only thing is that the issues are pretty old, they're from '85 to '91.

      Here's the link:
      http://library.macewan.ca/lucidity/index.html

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      If you're a student, don't you have access to academic search engines? I used EBSCO earlier just out of interest, and there are over a hundred peer-reviewed (academic) journal articles on LD. But you need passwords from your institution to access this sort of thing.

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