Cognitive neuroscientist Erin Wamsley pushes back on the idea that dreams are symbolic.
Neuroscientist Erin Wamsley offers her thoughts on a new study about lucid dreaming.
Forty-eight students participated in a sleep study to help determine how and why we dream.
Random doses of nonsense can help computers make sense of the world. Maybe something similar is happening when we dream. Furman's Erin Wamsley gives her insights.
Erin Wamsley's research on dreaming and how it impacts the ability to perform tasks is featured in the mini radio program.
Erin Wamsley is among the dream researchers who are moving the field of study from fringe to mainstream.
Erin Wamsley unpacks why our dreams might be more vivid and memorable.
The Board of Trustees approved promotions and/or tenure for 13 faculty members, and granted emeritus status to 13 professors who are retiring this summer.
Assistant Psychology Professor Erin Wamsley's work is cited in an article about how to recall newly-acquired material.
Psychology professor Erin Wamsley’s research is cited in an article about why we dream and how it’s connected to our waking hours.