About Dominic Beaulieu-Prévost, Ph.D.
Dominic Beaulieu-Prévost, Ph.D., is a post-doctoral fellow at the Centre d'Étude du trauma (center for the study of trauma) in Montreal. He is also an associate researcher at the Dream lab (U. of Montreal) and at the Hypnosis lab (Concordia U.) and and affiliated researcher with the SVR team (Sexuality and gender: Vulnerability and Resilience, www.svr.uqam.ca). His main interests revolve around social cognitions (autobiographical memory, beliefs/perceptions, identity,...) and methodological issues. These interests have been applied to the fieds of dreams, hypnosis, post-traumatic stress and sexual minorities. In the field of dreams, Dominic mainly studied the correlates of dream recall, the reliability of memories of dreams (including false memories of dreams) and the relations between beliefs and dreaming. He also published the first meta-analysis in the field.
His favorite (recurrent) dream is when he encounters his mother (who died a long time ago) and chat with her to catch up for all these years without her.
List of dream-related publications and/or web sites where
my work is featured.
BEAULIEU-PRÉVOST, D., and Zadra, A. (2007). Absorption, thinness of boundaries and attitude towards dreams as correlates of dream recall frequency: Two decades of research seen through a meta-analysis. Journal of Sleep Research, 16, 51-59.
BEAULIEU-PRÉVOST, D., and Zadra, A. (2007). Les variations dans le rappel onirique : synthèse et intégration. Pratiques Psychologiques, 13, 117-130.
BEAULIEU-PRÉVOST, D., and Zadra, A. (2005). How dream recall frequency shapes people's beliefs about the content of their dreams. North American Journal of Psychology, 7, 253-264.
BEAULIEU-PRÉVOST, D., and Zadra, A. (2005). Dream Recall Frequency and Attitude Towards Dreams : A reinterpretation of the relation? Personality and Individual Differences, 38, 919-927.
More information is available on my web site (www.memoryproject.info)