Dr Josie Malinowski


NameDr Josie Malinowski
Job titleLecturer
Email addressj.malinowski@uel.ac.uk
Research institutePsychology

Research outputs

The effects of dream rebound: Evidence for emotion-processing theories of dreaming

Malinowski, J., Carr, Michelle, Edwards, Christopher, Ingarfill, Anya and Pinto, Alexandra 2019. The effects of dream rebound: Evidence for emotion-processing theories of dreaming. Journal of Sleep Research.

Incorporation of recent waking-life experiences in dreams correlates with frontal theta activity in REM sleep

Eichenlaub, Jean-Baptiste, van Rijn, Elaine, Gaskell, M Gareth, Lewis, Penelope A, Maby, Emmanuel, Malinowski, J., Walker, Matthew P, Boy, Frederic and Blagrove, Mark 2018. Incorporation of recent waking-life experiences in dreams correlates with frontal theta activity in REM sleep. Social Cognitive and Affective Neuroscience. 13 (6), pp. 637-647.

High thought suppressors dream more of their negative waking-life experiences than low thought suppressors.

Malinowski, J. 2017. High thought suppressors dream more of their negative waking-life experiences than low thought suppressors. Dreaming. 27 (4), pp. 269-277.

Daydreams incorporate recent waking life concerns but do not show delayed (‘dream-lag’) incorporations

van Rijn, Elaine, Reid, Alexander M., Edwards, Christopher L., Malinowski, J., Ruby, Perrine M., Eichenlaub, Jean-Baptiste and Blagrove, Mark T. 2017. Daydreams incorporate recent waking life concerns but do not show delayed (‘dream-lag’) incorporations. Consciousness and Cognition. 58, pp. 51-59.

Insight from the Consideration of REM dreams, Non-REM Dreams and Daydreams

Blagrove, Mark T., Edwards, Chris, van Rijn, Elaine, Reid, Alex, Malinowski, J., Bennett, Paul, Carr, Michelle, Eichenlaub, Jean-Baptiste, McGee, Shauna, Evans, Katie and Ruby, Perrine 2018. Insight from the Consideration of REM dreams, Non-REM Dreams and Daydreams. Psychology of Consciousness: Theory, Research, and Practice. 6 (2), pp. 138-162.

Themes of continuity: Commentary on “The continuity and discontinuity between waking and dreaming: A Dialogue between Michael Schredl and Allan Hobson concerning the adequacy and completeness of these notions”

Malinowski, J. and Horton, Caroline L. 2011. Themes of continuity: Commentary on “The continuity and discontinuity between waking and dreaming: A Dialogue between Michael Schredl and Allan Hobson concerning the adequacy and completeness of these notions”. International Journal of Dream Research. 4 (2), pp. 86-92.

Memory sources of dreams: the incorporation of autobiographical rather than episodic experiences

Malinowski, J. and Horton, Caroline L. 2014. Memory sources of dreams: the incorporation of autobiographical rather than episodic experiences. Journal of Sleep Research. 23 (4), pp. 441-447.

Evidence for the preferential incorporation of emotional waking-life experiences into dreams.

Malinowski, J. and Horton, Caroline L. 2014. Evidence for the preferential incorporation of emotional waking-life experiences into dreams. Dreaming. 24 (1), pp. 18-31.

Experiencing “continuity”: A qualitative investigation of waking life in dreams.

Malinowski, J., Fylan, Fiona and Horton, Caroline L. 2014. Experiencing “continuity”: A qualitative investigation of waking life in dreams. Dreaming. 24 (3), pp. 161-175.

The effect of time of night on wake–dream continuity.

Malinowski, J. and Horton, Caroline L. 2014. The effect of time of night on wake–dream continuity. Dreaming. 24 (4), pp. 253-269.

The dream-lag effect: Selective processing of personally significant events during Rapid Eye Movement sleep, but not during Slow Wave Sleep

van Rijn, E., Eichenlaub, J.-B., Lewis, P.A., Walker, M.P., Gaskell, M.G., Malinowski, J. and Blagrove, M. 2015. The dream-lag effect: Selective processing of personally significant events during Rapid Eye Movement sleep, but not during Slow Wave Sleep. Neurobiology of Learning and Memory. 122, pp. 98-109.

Metaphor and hyperassociativity: the imagination mechanisms behind emotion assimilation in sleep and dreaming

Malinowski, J. and Horton, Caroline L. 2015. Metaphor and hyperassociativity: the imagination mechanisms behind emotion assimilation in sleep and dreaming. Frontiers in Psychology. 6 (1132).

Dreaming and personality: Wake-dream continuity, thought suppression, and the Big Five Inventory

Malinowski, J. 2015. Dreaming and personality: Wake-dream continuity, thought suppression, and the Big Five Inventory. Consciousness and Cognition. 38, pp. 9-15.

Themes in participants’ understandings of meaning in their Most Recent Dreams: Worries, relationships, and symbolism

Malinowski, J. 2016. Themes in participants’ understandings of meaning in their Most Recent Dreams: Worries, relationships, and symbolism. International Journal of Dream Research. 9 (2), pp. 115-123.

An investigation of a dual-processing hypothesis of lucid dreaming

Rizea, Andreea and Malinowski, J. 2017. An investigation of a dual-processing hypothesis of lucid dreaming. International Journal of Dream Research. 10 (1), pp. 15-22.

Re-defining discontinuity: Implications for the functions of dreaming

Horton, Caroline L. and Malinowski, J. 2011. Re-defining discontinuity: Implications for the functions of dreaming. International Journal of Dream Research. 4 (2), pp. 78-80.

Dreaming and insight

Edwards, Christopher L., Ruby, Perrine M., Malinowski, J., Bennett, Paul D. and Blagrove, Mark T. 2013. Dreaming and insight. Frontiers in Psychology. 4 (979).

Comparing personal insight gains due to consideration of a recent dream and consideration of a recent event using the Ullman and Schredl dream group methods

Edwards, Christopher L., Malinowski, J., McGee, Shauna L., Bennett, Paul D., Ruby, Perrine M. and Blagrove, Mark T. 2015. Comparing personal insight gains due to consideration of a recent dream and consideration of a recent event using the Ullman and Schredl dream group methods. Frontiers in Psychology. 6, p. Art. 831.

Autobiographical memory and hyperassociativity in the dreaming brain: implications for memory consolidation in sleep

Horton, Caroline L. and Malinowski, J. 2015. Autobiographical memory and hyperassociativity in the dreaming brain: implications for memory consolidation in sleep. Frontiers in Psychology. 6, p. Art. 874.
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