daydreaming


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the condition of being so lost in solitary thought as to be unaware of one's surroundings

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We process emotions, thoughts and ideas through daydreaming.
More than 66 percent said that daydreaming helped their performance and boosted motivation.
Daydreaming you'll all turndown the rollaway cot, you'll comb the cinder block hovels, the hollow, then the mountain fog--get cut up in blackberry thickets I put a spell on--all night for me:
Washington, May 12 (ANI): Out brains are much more active while daydreaming than previously thought, if a new study is to be believed.
Researchers say the action of drawing prevents people from daydreaming, which is far more harmful to remembering details.
tell myself not to be silly, but spend hours daydreaming and having imaginary conversations with him.
Most daydreaming is a fertile time when we hatch creative thoughts, and it should be encouraged, suggests researcher Jonathan Schooler at the University of California, Santa Barbara.
Fastest way to the Bay Area from Medford" was the slogan that kept him daydreaming advertising campaigns one day.
But rather than daydreaming, which means you miss information, scientists say you should pick up a pen and start doodling - which actually IMPROVES your recall by 29 per cent.
But only among city youngsters were high levels of violence viewing related to aggressive daydreaming and aggressive behavior toward peers, says Huesmann.
The kitsch (I don't know how else to define it) of her colors and forms seems to have emerged from the notebooks of a daydreaming female student--one devoid of any visual culture.
I look over him in practice, just kind of daydreaming, and I don't know if I want to go on that kind of ride.
It's hard to imagine that a hoovering session gets our passions stirring, but this study of our daydreaming habits found that, while men confine their fantasies to the bedroom, 42 per cent of women regularly escape into sensual thoughts as they go about household tasks.
I just can't stop daydreaming that I'm with someone else, we're rich and have everything we want.
ONE in eight women spend up to seven hours a week daydreaming, a survey has shown.