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Why We Dream: The New Science Behind Dreams and Why They Matter

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Why We Dream: The New Science Behind Dreams and Why They Matter Why We Dream: The New Science Behind Dreams and Why They Matter

作者:Alice Robb 
出版社:Picador
出版日期:2018-11-29
語言:英文   規格:平裝 / 272頁 / 15.3 x 23.4 cm / 普通級/ 單色印刷 / 初版
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圖書名稱:Why We Dream: The New Science Behind Dreams and Why They Matter

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Vogue、Elle指名秋季必讀書籍!
 
你知道睡覺會做夢,但你知道做夢不只是一趟毫無意義的超現實之旅嗎?
在這本書裡,科學記者羅伯將告訴你「夢」不是隨機事件,夢其實有其意義,
做夢與健康、情緒息息相關,
讓你對夢的理解更徹底,讓夢成為充滿機會而非焦慮的一段時光!
 
  當你睡覺時,大腦裡會產生什麼變化?我們為什麼會做夢?
 
  如果詢問神經學家這問題,你可能會得到一個制式回答:做夢是大腦重新啟動的一種方式。但科學記者、紐約雜誌專欄作家愛麗絲.羅伯(Alice Robb)卻告訴我們,做夢是大腦將日常生活中蒐集到的細微片段,並將這些片段結合起來以用來預測未來的程序。
 
  在秘魯的一次研究之旅中,羅伯開始沉迷於清醒夢(Lucid Dreaming)--清醒夢指的是做夢者於睡眠狀態中保持意識清醒,知道自己身處夢中,卻能在夢中擁有清醒時候的思考與記憶能力。在這種狀態下,沉睡夢中的人可以意識到他們正在做夢,甚至控制做夢的體驗。
 
  發現這種令人困擾卻又振奮的事實後,羅伯開始深入探討清醒夢這種現象,她發現夢不僅僅只是隨機事件,夢其實有其「目的」,它能幫助我們學習甚至克服精神創傷。羅伯接著深入搜尋新舊研究以及其他專家經驗,告訴我們為什麼夢對我們的情緒與身體健康至關重要,她探索做夢與創造力之間複雜的連結,也說明我們該如何更清楚地記憶我們所做的夢,以及為何我們該這麼做。
 
  《Why We Dream》是我們對做夢這個現象最新穎的研究,即使我們不太清楚為何有些場景會出現在夢中,或我們的大腦為何會產生這些特別的聯想,但我們卻可以透過這本書讓你我對夢的理解更有意義,讓夢成為充滿機會而非焦慮的一段時光。
 
  「讀完這本引人入勝的科普書之後,你再也不會把那些超現實的夜間敘事視為毫無意義的夢境。」--奧利佛.伯爾克曼(Oliver Burkeman,科學記者)
 
  「羅伯探討夢對健康的重要性、該研究領域的現狀與未來發展。她提供了一個引人入勝的睡眠科學概論,並論證了這個學科的重要性。」
 
A fresh, revelatory foray into the new science of dreams—how they work, what they’re for, and how we can reap the benefits of our own nocturnal life
 
  While on a research trip in Peru, science journalist Alice Robb became hooked on lucid dreaming—the uncanny phenomenon in which a sleeping person can realize that they’re dreaming and even control the dreamed experience. Finding these forays both puzzling and exhilarating, Robb dug deeper into the science of dreams at an extremely opportune moment: just as researchers began to understand why dreams exist. They aren’t just random events; they have clear purposes. They help us learn and even overcome psychic trauma.
 
  Robb draws on fresh and forgotten research, as well as her experience and that of other dream experts, to show why dreams are vital to our emotional and physical health. She explains how we can remember our dreams better—and why we should. She traces the intricate links between dreaming and creativity, and even offers advice on how we can relish the intense adventure of lucid dreaming for ourselves.
 
  Why We Dream is a clear-eyed, cutting-edge examination of the meaning and purpose of our nightly visions and a guide to changing our dream lives—and making our waking lives richer, healthier, and happier.
 
Review

 
  Named a “Must-Read Book of the Fall” by Vogue, Elle, and Literary Hub
 
  “In a book that looks at the historical and social importance of dreams, and analyzes the latest science, Robb attempts to correct our misguided forsaking of this feature of our unconscious. Dreams don’t make for boring conversation, Robb argues in this persuasive, personable book.”—Vogue
 
  “For anyone who’s ever kept a dream journal or fixated on the idea of lucid dreaming, a thorough exploration of the mysterious nightly phenomenon from a scientific point of view.”—Elle
 
  “After reading this gripping and deeply researched book, you’ll never again be tempted to dismiss the surreal narratives of our nighttime lives as trivial or meaningless. Blending centuries of cultural history with cutting-edge science, Alice Robb makes a compelling case for dreams—as sources of wisdom and creativity, as a vital ingredient in psychological health, and as a portal to the strange and fascinating worlds lurking within yourself and everyone you know.” — Oliver Burkeman, science journalist and author of The Antidote
 
  “Why We Dream is a delightful and informative tour of cutting-edge findings in dream research. Alice Robb deftly summarizes the evidence for reliable links between dreams and creativity, physical symptoms, problem-solving, emotional balance, and well-being in general. She explores the promise of lucid dreaming and shows why dreams are finally emerging from the decades-long neglect of an ill-informed public.” — Patrick McNamara, associate professor of neurology, Boston University
 
  “Who knew that the netherworld of sleep contained such psychological depths and biological purposes? A thrilling account of the wayward history of dream research, Why We Dream opens a door into the creative life of dreaming, ensuring that you will never fall asleep again without a sense of the vision-filled journey ahead.” — Daphne Merkin, critic, novelist, and author of This Close to Happy
 
  “Why We Dream is an illuminating, surprising, often astounding look at the purpose and power of dreams. I hadn’t even finished by the time I was convinced to start my own dream journal. This is a beautiful work of science writing that will change the way you think of your own nightly voyage.” — David Epstein, best-selling author of The Sports Gene
 
  "In this intriguing and accessible pop science investigation, New York magazine science columnist Robb explores the significance of dreams for one’s health and well-being, the history and current state of research into the field, and possible avenues for future study. Robb considers early theories from the ancient Greeks, later ones from Freud and Jung, and the possible benefits of dreaming, from sparking creative inspiration to providing “threat-simulation”—allowing people to “work through our anxieties in a low-risk environment.” She recounts the fascinating career of sleep scientist Stephen LaBerge, who revolutionized the understanding of lucid dreaming, and, in the final, most illuminating chapter, attends LaBerge’s Hawaiian retreat for a crash course on the process. Robb also visits a scientist at MIT who is mapping out how dreams work to enhance problem-solving skills in rats and travels to the Netherlands to attend a meeting of the International Association for the Study of Dreams. She even has the fortitude to partake in “group analysis,” allowing six friends and a therapist to interpret a bizarre scenario featuring a line-dancing Hillary Clinton. Though Robb’s reiteration of certain points results in the occasional redundancy, she provides an engaging overview of sleep science and effectively argues for its significance." -Publishers Weekly

 

詳細資料

  • ISBN:9781509836260
  • 規格:平裝 / 272頁 / 15.3 x 23.4 cm / 普通級 / 單色印刷 / 初版
  • 出版地:英國
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