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Dr. Antonio Zadra

Professor of Psychology

University of Montreal

Direct Phone: (514) ***-****       

University of Montreal

2900 Boul. ÉDouard Montpetit

Montréal, Quebec H3T 1J4

Canada

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Background Information

Employment History

Position, Sleep Medicine
Center for Advanced Study

Affiliations

Member
Indian Association for the Study of Dreams

Board Member
IASD

Education



McGill

Ph.D.

Web References (137 Total References)


Three myths about sleepwalking \u2013 ...

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Three myths about sleepwalking \u2013 sleepwalkers have no memory of their actions, sleepwalkers\u2019 behaviour is without motivation, and sleepwalking has no daytime impact \u2013 are dispelled in a recent study led by Antonio Zadra of the University of Montreal and its affiliated Sacr\u00e9-Coeur Hospital. Working from numerous studies over the last 15 years at the hospital\u2019s Centre for Advanced Studies in Sleep Medicine at the H\u00f4pital du Sacr\u00e9-C\u0153ur de Montr\u00e9al and a thorough analysis of the literature, Zadra and his colleagues have raised the veil on sleepwalking and clarified the diagnostic criteria for researchers and clinicians.


Three myths about sleepwalking - ...

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Three myths about sleepwalking - sleepwalkers have no memory of their actions, sleepwalkers' behaviour is without motivation, and sleepwalking has no daytime impact - are dispelled in a recent study led by Antonio Zadra of the University of Montreal and its affiliated Sacré-Coeur Hospital. Working from numerous studies over the last 15 years at the hospital's Centre for Advanced Studies in Sleep Medicine at the Hôpital du Sacré-Cœur de Montréal and a thorough analysis of the literature, Zadra and his colleagues have raised the veil on sleepwalking and clarified the diagnostic criteria for researchers and clinicians.


"People do tend to have more ...

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"People do tend to have more bad dreams and nightmares during periods of stress," said Antonio Zadra, a professor of psychology at the University of Montreal.

Also because stress can interfere with sleep, people may be more likely to wake up during the night when stressed - so they remember those dreams better, Zadra said.
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Dreaming of showing up somewhere unclothed, for instance, might be a way of working through feelings of inadequacy, Zadra said.


For example, Antonio Zadra, ...

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For example, Antonio Zadra, PhD of the University of Montreal deduced in his 3,500 person study that 8% of (admitted) dreams are sexual.


Antonio Zadra, a professor ...

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Antonio Zadra, a professor of psychology at Université de Montréal and director of the school's Dream Laboratory, answered a few questions about nightmares in the October issue of Real Simple.

O What exactly qualifies as a nightmare? A nightmare is a disturbing dream that wakes you up, Zadra says.
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"No," Zadra says. "They just reflect the inner turmoil that you might be feeling. Most people experience two or three nightmares a year, although some may have more.
O Is it possible to neutralize a nightmare? Yes, Zadra says.

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