Some people seem to remember their dreams every night, whereas others rarely remember any dreams. What accounts for these differences? A recent study (link is external) by a group of French neuroscientists may provide an explanation. The researchers recruited two groups of participants: those who remembered their dreams often and those who rarely remembered any dreams. Using a technique called PET, they looked at the participants’ brain activity while they were awake and during sleep.
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