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Lucid Dreaming: Induction, Individual Differences, and Benefits (Part 5)

January 13th, 2011

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Personality and Individual Differences, 37, 1463–1473.

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Victor I. S. Jan van den, B. (2006). Lucid Dreaming Treatment for Nightmares: A Pilot Study. Psychotherapy Psychosomatics, 75(6), 389-394.

Zadra, Antonio (1991). Lucid dreaming as a learnable skill: Empirical and clinical findings. M. A. dissertation, McGill University (Canada), Canada.

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