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Caroline Horton


United Kingdom

Lecturer in Cognitive Psychology
Internet Presence

About Caroline Horton

I'm a cognitive pychologist interested in dream recall, the nature of dreaming and the neuropsychological profile of the sleeping brain.

After studying a BA and MA at the University of Durham I moved to undertake my PhD in a memory lab at the University of Leeds. I also teach part time at the University, as well as at the Open University and Leeds Metropolitan University, where I am about to move full time for a lectureship.

My notes on the IASD

The IASD has allowed me to liaise with fellow dream researchers; something that is difficult to do as a cognitive psychologist.

 List of dream-related publications and/or web sites where my work is featured.

Horton, C.L., Conway, M.A., and Cohen, J. (In press: released in Dec 2007) Memory for thoughts and dreams. In Memory in the Real World, 2nd edition. Eds. Cohen, G. and Conway, M.A. Psychology Press.

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