Human Anatomy, Physiology, and Medicine. Anything human!
I think this study could have many practical uses. Looking at an early developing brain and understanding how it works could help us understand more about our own brains, which we know relatively nothing about. It might help us answer questions like why do we dream at all? What causes us to dream? And many others.
Pretty interesting topic this is!
Hmms, it's interesting that they can actually dream though they don't exactly see much - hmms, other than the times when they 'kick' the mother, are they asleep or something? maybe the fetuses sleep more than those newborns? =D
Dream is not always caused by our vision I think...and about kicking, I can say that it's caused by impulses in the nerve..(kinda like first impulses testing, is it work properly or not... or we can say 'beta' testing)
Q: Why are chemists great for solving problems?
A: They have all the solutions.
I don't know what finally prompted me to google prenatal dreams now, when I've thought about doing so for years...
And maybe this discussion is too old or even dead by now, but...
I had a recurring dream for the first 40 years of my life... Finally one day, I realized that it was a MEMORY, not a dream! I was in my mother's womb, floating in darkness, but experiencing one emotion after another... They were complex emotions, not just joy and sorrow, but also longing and anger and you name it! I was simply experiencing whatever SHE was feeling...
Anyway, once I realized it was a memory of my prenatal experience, I had the dream one more time (a few weeks later)... and then I've never had it since. It was an interesting dream... I miss it!
I would love to share this memory/dream with anyone who is still researching this fascinating topic... Does anyone know of someone who is studying prenatal dreams? ~ Jessica Karraker
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