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Maladaptive daydreaming is an extensive fantasy activity that interferes with an individual's life.
Maladaptive daydreamers feel an urgency to daydream, which is similar to an addiction. Their fantasies are complex stories, with characters and plots, and they are very emotionally intense.
On this website, maladaptive daydreamers can speak openly about this problem, sharing stories, resources, solutions, ideas, or just feel part of a community.
Dr. Soffer-Dudek had just released a questionnaire for a new study that is conducted by the Consciousness and Psychopathology Laboratory of the Department of Psychology in Ben-Gurion University of the Negev.
It includes a computerized task and a few self-report questionnaires, and it usually takes about 45 minutes to complete.
More infos on the scope will be given at end of questionnaire itself.
Here's the link, we kindly ask you to share your experience and support the study.
I would like to share a new interview with Nirit Soffer-Dudek, in which she give us updates on some researches and talks about the relationship between MD and other disorders.
Dr. Nirit Soffer-Dudek, from Ben Gurion University of Negev, is a researcher and she leads the The Consciousness and Psychopathology Laboratory; she works with Professor Somer.
Here I share with you my interview with Eli Somer, in which he answers the question of people from this community and my Italian forum community.
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