Connecticut Public Radio Show Talks About Maladaptive Daydreaming
The Colin McEnroe Show can be described with four words beginning with “E:” eclectic, esoteric, eccentric and echolocation. The fourth one refers to how bats use sound to track their prey, and it really doesn’t have much to do with how we think about the show. It was probably a mistake.About The Colin McEnroe Show | Connecticut Public (ctpublic.org)
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Do you daydream? What do you daydream about? This hour is all about the art of daydreaming. We’ll reflect on the value of daydreaming, and why it can be so difficult to talk about our daydreams. Plus, we’ll look at what daydreaming does to our brains, and we’ll learn about maladaptive daydreaming.Lost in my mind: What happens when we daydream | Connecticut Public (ctpublic.org)
Leslie Jamison: Novelist, essayist and professor at Columbia University’s MFA Program
Jonathan Schooler: Distinguished Professor of Psychological and Brain Sciences and Director of The Center for Mindfulness and Human Potential at the University of California, Santa Barbara
Jayne Rachel: An advocate for maladaptive daydreaming, who used to experience it
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