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Scientists discover brain waves for ‘angry dreams’

Scientists have discovered the brain activity that takes place when people have angry dreams. People who had angry dreams had more activity in the alpha band in the right frontal cortex, compared with the left, a pattern also found in the brains of people who are feeling anger during wakefulness. Previous research has shown a specific neural marker is involved in emotional processing and anger-related states.