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Throughout the Funny Cat I Will Not Buy Any More Book Until I’ve Read All The Ones I’ve Got I Said Then I Laughed And Laughed T-shirt In addition,I will do this internet, there’s been the same echoed sentiment: as author and Vogue contributing editor Lauren Mechling tweeted on April 11: “We’re ALL having the strangest dreams, yes?” And while some of this is probably due to staying home and sleeping more (in 8 hours of sleep, you’ll spend 1/4 of it dreaming) research does show that during any big life change—positive or negative—our dream recall and vividness increase. This means that during the coronavirus pandemic, a once-in-a-generation catastrophe, many of us are suddenly experiencing nerve-wracking nocturnal journeys into our subconscious. And up in Cambridge, Mass., Dr. Deirdre Barrett is trying to catalog them all.