PET sheds light on brain activity and dream recall

02/19/2014 | AuntMinnie.com (free registration) · Medical News Today

A team of researchers has studied the brain activity of 41 volunteers using PET to determine why some individuals remember their dreams. They found activity in the temporoparietal junction and medial prefrontal cortex of people who tended to recall dreams, and that characteristic brain activity might promote awakenings during the night, facilitating dream recall. Study details appear in the journal Neuropsychopharmacology.

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