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Longitudinal studies of gender differences in cognitional process in dream content
We assessed the longitudinal effects of a cognitive processing variable (automated count of words indicating cognitive processing in a dream narrative) on other dream content variables in dream series collected from 37 men and 46 women over a two year period. Dreams were obtained from the online dream posting website dreamboard.com. Using mixed effects regression modeling for longitudinal data we found that on a month by month basis cognitive processing is significantly associated with markersdoi:10.11588/ijodr.2016.1.26552 fatcat:jz4mmhhaljfetjrguwyjofjxyu