Supplementary Lecture Notes: Chapter 4: Dreams

 

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        Outline

Dream Theories
    activation-synthesis hypothesis
    chaos-theoretic dream theory
    Foulkeís cognitive dream theory
    Hillís cognitive-experiential dream theory
    psychoanalytic dream theory
    psychosynthetic dream theory (see Lecture Notes: After Test 1: Psychodynamic Theories)
    Jungian dream theory
Dream Contents
    stimulus incorporation in dreams
    hypnagogia
    meaningfulness of dreams
    practical dream interpretation
    dream incubation
Lucid Dreams
    characteristics of lucid dreams
    lucid dream induction
    implications of lucid dreaming
Precognitive Dreams
 

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