Dreamboard Scientific Team is growing!

September 30, 2013

Hi Dreamboarders,

 How are you? Have you kept on dreaming?

 Your Dreamboard team would like to give you some big news! Dreamboard, the largest database of dreams in the world – obtained by a patented system for data collection – has officially entered the second stage of its development: the analysis of the great amount of data collected with a scientific and multidisciplinary approach in order to identify patterns of different nature.

 We naturally continue to guarantee the complete privacy of your accounts while giving you even better insights and aggregate data to help you better understand your inner self and be more conscious of your needs and desires.

Our scientific team has grown, and is now guided by Professor Patrick McNamara, Ph.D, Associate Professor of Neurology at Boston University School of Medicine and Dissertation Chair at Northcentral University. He has been active studying sleep and dreams for two decades and is a winner of NIH awards to study sleep and dreams, before becoming Chief Scientific Advisor of Dreamboard. He will work with our first Scientific Advisor, Prof. Bruno Bara, M.D., Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology, Director of the Center for Cognitive Science, Director of the Center for Neuroimaging, Director of the Schools of Cognitive Psychotherapy of Como and Torino.

 Our research will be focused on the role of dreams in our daily life. By listening to our unconscious – that speaks to us during dreams – and by learning how to make inferences about ourselves holistically, we can live better and make choices that in time we will increasingly recognize as our own.

 Technical Improvements

 Obviously our team of developers is working really hard, too, and they are pleased to announce that the new version 1.2 (codename Amphisbaena) is now online with more aggressive database redundancy prevention and backup policies to minimize any sort of problem in the future.

 We hope you will enjoy it. Keep on tracking your dreams!

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