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Interpreting Dreams

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Dr. Clara Hill is a psychologist who studies dreaming at the University of Maryland.
Rob Sachs
Dr. Clara Hill is a psychologist who studies dreaming at the University of Maryland.

What do our dreams mean, and can you really rely on those dream-interpretation books? Rob Sachs speaks with Dr. Clara Hill, a psychology professor at the University of Maryland, and Jose Barreiro of the National Museum of the American Indian to find the answer.

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