Datum: vrijdag 13 november
This Friday the 13th DJ’s Psykela, Kalanarmada & Shivanki return to the Vrijplaats and are joined by LsDreams for another psy trance night
Dj Kalanarmada (Kosmic Fusion Productions)
Shivanki (3rd BIT events)
party starts at 9 PM
doors close at 1AM
party continues to 3-ish…
The activation-synthesis model is a theory of dreaming developed by researchers J. Allan Hobson and Robert McCarley. First proposed in 1977, this theory suggests that dreams are caused by the physiological processes of the brain.
How does brain activity during sleep lead to dreaming? According to Hobson and other researchers, circuits in the brain stem are activated during REM sleep. Once these circuits are activated, areas of the limbic system involved in emotions, sensations, and memories, including the amygdala and hippocampus, become active.
The brain synthesizes and interprets this internal activity and attempts create meaning from these signals, which results in dreaming.
Hobson also suggested that there are five key characteristics of dreams, which are illogical content, intense emotions, acceptance of strange content, strange sensory experiences, and difficulty remembering dream content.