Über den Autor
William H. Moorcroft received his Ph.D. in psychobiology from Princeton University. He started a sleep research laboratory at Luther College in which he studied various aspects of sleep and dreaming. Since his retirement from teaching and research he shifted into a clinical practice of helping people with insomnia, bad dreams and nightmares, and young children with sleep problems by changing thoughts and behaviors rather than drugs. To date he has helped close to 500 people to sleep better. Dr. Moorcroft continues to study, lecture about, write about, and treat sleep, dreaming, and sleep disorders.
Part I: Sleep and Dreaming.- Part II: What Causes us to Sleep?.- Part III: Dreams and Dreaming.- Part IV: Why We Sleep and Dream?.- Part V: Problems with Sleeping and Dreaming.
Includes new area of genetics and sleep
Incorporates the latest nomenclature of the American Academy of Sleep Medicine
Covers hot topics of shift work, sleep and weight gain, affects of technology