Exploring the World of Lucid Dreaming
Dream Content Report Form
code links your data from different experiments and reports. It is a string of 11 characters: M or F (Male/Female), followed by your date of birth in order of year, month, and day (yyyymmdd), and ending with the 2 initials of your First and Last names (FL). So for example, if your name were Lucy Dreamer and you were born on July 14, 1984, your OID would be F19840714LD; for John Smith, born January 6, 1990, the OID would be M19900106JS. [rev2]
[Stanford Sleep and Dreams Students: If you wish to receive credit for participation, please take care to enter your full name. Examples: Lucy Rever, John Q Private]
Please add the date and time you had the dream, and the date and time you recorded it in the appropriate field below. (
E.g., July 2, 2am; 28aug05, 10am or e.g., 28aug05 6am; 9am
reports, also give the experience an appropriate label.
Type of dream
Most Recent Non-Lucid Dream
Other Non-Lucid Dream
Most Recent LUCID Dream
Other LUCID Dream
Next Non-Lucid Dream
Next LUCID Dream
Please describe the dream exactly and as fully as you can remember it. Your report should contain, whenever possible, a description of the setting of the dream, whether it was familiar to you or not; your intentions or goals within the dream and if you accomplished them. Describe your feelings during the dream and whether it was pleasant or unpleasant. Be sure to tell exactly what happened during the dream to you and the other characters.
For lucid dreams, be sure to indicate when you became lucid, and how you knew you were dreaming
. Reports should be between 50-500 words each.
How well were you able to recall this experience?
0 - Not at all
1 - Almost none, just a fragment (image, thought, or feeling)
2 - A moderate amount (recall of major events, sequence, emotions, and cognition)
3 - Almost all of it (very detailed recollection, but not quite everything)
4 - All of it (feeling that full details are available, likely more than reported)
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