Segments in this Video

Between Dreaming (04:54)


Study participants are trained to lucid dream. Sleep labs measure perceived time and REM cycles.

Coping Mechanism (04:26)

Dream content has not changed radically in the last sixty years. After an assault, Henry Rollins dreamed of Eric Dolphy.

Recurring Dreams (06:35)

Dream content is similar across cultures. Stories can be created through random neural activity.

Running, Fighting, and Failing (06:46)

Henry Rollins dreams of performing poorly in Black Flag. Rollins fantasizes about going back to high school.

Disorientation (05:05)

It is very unlikely that dreams are predictive. Henry Rollins woke up to an 11 second earthquake in 1993.

Changing the Factory (05:03)

The transition from sleep to wakefulness is not immediate and people may be caught in the middle. Neither state is a baseline for the brain.

Zoning Out (06:22)

Intelligent animals simulate possible scenarios without acting. Being across the animal kingdom need sleep to function.

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Brainwave Dreams: Part 2

Part of the Series : Brainwave Dreams
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The assassin of my dreams comes to destroy from the inside"–Henry Rollins, Hot Animal Machine 2 / Punk band original and (out)spoken-word artist Henry Rollins hunts down the assassin of his dreams with neuroscientist David Eagleman, who holds joint appointments in the Departments of Neuroscience and Psychiatry at Baylor College of Medicine in Houston, Texas.

Length: 40 minutes

Item#: BVL143673

ISBN: 978-1-64198-392-1

Copyright date: ©2011

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