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Dream Survey - Threshold Worlds

Posted on 22 June 2021

Do you have dreams? If you give them any thought at all, or if you are curious about dreaming in general, you'll be interested to participate in a survey on dreams created by the Threshold Worlds project, an interdisciplinary study of dreams and dreaming based at Durham University.

The ICNS is an ongoing participant in the Threshold Worlds project, an interdisciplinary inquiry into dreams and dreaming that brings together neuroscientists, cognitive psychologists, philosophers of mind, narratologists, literary scholars and artists. The project, led by Marco Bernini and Ben Alderson Day, is based in Durham and funded by the Durham Institute for Medical Humanities and the Durham Institute for Advanced Studies.

One key element of the project is a survey of people's experience of dreaming, which aims to generate qualitative data on the various aspects of dreaming by eliciting responses from participants about particular dreams and/or about their dreams in general. You can participate in the survey by following this link:

If you'd like to find out more about the Threshold Worlds project, visit the project website here: