Overall, what percentage of people report dreaming only in black and white?
- 29 percent
- 7 percent
- 68 percent
- 12 percent
When people describe their dreams, some common themes emerge: flying, falling, being chased and failing exams are all frequently reported. For a relatively small 12 percent of the population, dreaming means entering a world filled with monochromatic tones. Dreaming in black and white seems to have a common denominator in exposure to black-and-white television. People aged 25 and younger report seldom dreaming in black and white. Those over 55 who had limited access to color television when growing up report dreaming in black and white nearly 25 percent of the time. Source: NYTimes.com
A dream is a succession of images, ideas, emotions, and sensations that usually occur involuntarily in the mind during certain stages of sleep.