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What about are dreaming the animals?

Asked by erika, 22 Nov '08 12:43 am
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I dream alot....
Answered by Vivek Gupta, 22 Nov '08 12:51 am

 
  
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Your question is vague. It is not clear whether you are asking about the effects of animals appearing in our dream. If that is the case please refer to the almanac it has information on what are the effects of dreaming animals. in ones dream.
Answered by balasubramanian ganesan, 22 Nov '08 06:19 am

 
  
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While any pet owner knows that animals seem to dream, and studies show that animals' brains follow the same series of sleeping states as ours do, this is the first time that researchers know what animals are dreaming about.No one knew for certain that animals dreamed the way we do, which can involve replaying events or at least components of events that occurred while we were awake," said Matthew Wilson of MIT's Center for Learning and Memory. "We looked at the firing patterns of a collection of individual cells to determine the content of rats' dreams. We know that they are in fact dreaming and their dreams are connected to actual experiences."

Wilson says that this new ability to eavesdrop on the sleeping brain provides a basis for analyzing the content of dream states. It could be a valuable tool in treating memory disorders such as amnesia or Alzheimer's disease, or it may help devise ways for people to learn and memorize more effectively.
Answered by iqbal ahmed, 22 Nov '08 12:51 am

 
  
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Animals too dream. There were some studies done in this regard.
Answered by Govind Raj, 22 Nov '08 12:46 am

 
  
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