The DSGP Research Series offers dream research courses including several from IASD's First Online Dream Research Conference, which featured some of the best-known dream researchers in the world. 

The Research Series includes 10 video presentations, and discussion forums to review content with other students in the Dream Study Groups Program. You will take a quiz after each presentation to earn a certificate of completion.

If you are interested, you can Find out more and Register for the DSGP here!

The DSGP Research Series consists of the following presentations:

Erin Wamsley, PhD: Memory Consolidation in Dreams and Waking Thought

Robert Stickgold, PhD: The Induction of Specific Dream Content

Antonio Zadra, PhD:  Discoveries and Challenges in the Study of Nightmares

Mark Blagrove, PhD: Exploration-insight from Discussion of REM Dreams, NREM Dreams and Daydreams Using the Ullman Dream Group Method

Tracey Kahan, PhD: Predictors of Metacognition in Dreaming and Waking: Another Look

Jennifer Windt, PhD: The Philosophy of Sleep & Dreaming: Questions and Future Perspectives

G. William Domhoff, PhD: We Need Bigger and Better Samples of Dream Reports: ‘Most Recent Dream’ Reports and Dream Journals Are The Best Answer

Sophie Schwartz, PhD:  Processing Emotionally-Relevant Information in Sleep and Dreams 

Michael Shredl, PhD: Can We Learn Something About Dreaming by Studying Gender Differences?

Michelle Carr, PhD: Nightmares, Lucid Dreams, and Dream Engineering

The DSGP Foundation Series brings together courses on A History of Dreaming, The Science and Psychology of Dreaming, and Dreamwork Methods (Parts 1 and 2).

Each course includes video presentations and weeks of discussion questions to talk about in forums with your regional Dream Study Group. You will take a quiz after the forums end to earn a certificate of completion.

If you are interested, you can Find out more and Register for the DSGP here!

The DSGP Foundation Series brings together courses on A History of Dreaming, The Science and Psychology of Dreaming, and Dreamwork Methods (Parts 1 and 2).

Each course includes video presentations and weeks of discussion questions to talk about in forums with your regional Dream Study Group. You will take a quiz after the forums end to earn a certificate of completion.

If you are interested, you can Find out more and Register for the DSGP here!

The DSGP Research Series offers dream research courses including several from IASD's First Online Dream Research Conference, which featured some of the best-known dream researchers in the world. 

The Research Series includes 10 video presentations, and discussion forums to review content with other students in the Dream Study Groups Program. You will take a quiz after each presentation to earn a certificate of completion.

If you are interested, you can Find out more and Register for the DSGP here!

The DSGP Research Series consists of the following presentations:

Erin Wamsley, PhD: Memory Consolidation in Dreams and Waking Thought

Robert Stickgold, PhD: The Induction of Specific Dream Content

Antonio Zadra, PhD:  Discoveries and Challenges in the Study of Nightmares

Mark Blagrove, PhD: Exploration-insight from Discussion of REM Dreams, NREM Dreams and Daydreams Using the Ullman Dream Group Method

Tracey Kahan, PhD: Predictors of Metacognition in Dreaming and Waking: Another Look

Jennifer Windt, PhD: The Philosophy of Sleep & Dreaming: Questions and Future Perspectives

G. William Domhoff, PhD: We Need Bigger and Better Samples of Dream Reports: ‘Most Recent Dream’ Reports and Dream Journals Are The Best Answer

Sophie Schwartz, PhD:  Processing Emotionally-Relevant Information in Sleep and Dreams 

Michael Shredl, PhD: Can We Learn Something About Dreaming by Studying Gender Differences?

Michelle Carr, PhD: Nightmares, Lucid Dreams, and Dream Engineering

The DSGP Foundation Series brings together courses on A History of Dreaming, The Science and Psychology of Dreaming, and Dreamwork Methods (Parts 1 and 2).

Each course includes video presentations and weeks of discussion questions to talk about in forums with your regional Dream Study Group. You will take a quiz after the forums end to earn a certificate of completion.

If you are interested, you can Find out more and Register for the DSGP here!

The Dream Study Group Program (DSGP) Enrollment Commons is the doorway into the study group program. The Commons provides a statement of IASD's Ethics, immediate access to the DSGP Foundation Series, and access to the Tea Room--a central community forum.

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The DSGP Foundation Series brings together courses on A History of Dreaming, The Science and Psychology of Dreaming, and Dreamwork Methods (Parts 1 and 2).

Each course includes video presentations and weeks of discussion questions to talk about in forums with your regional Dream Study Group. You will take a quiz after the forums end to earn a certificate of completion.

If you are interested, you can Find out more and Register for the DSGP here!