Kramer, Milton, 1929-
New York : Routledge, c2007.
Includes bibliographical references (p. 211-229) and index.
- Preface. Acknowledgments. Introduction. Do Dreams Exist? The Recall and Collection of Dreams. The Measurement of Dreams. Dreams and Psychological Differences. Normative Dreams, Typical Dreams, and Repetitive Dreams. Psychopathologic Dreams (Nightmares) and Dreams in Psychopathologic States. The Reactive Nature of Dreaming. Dreams and Waking Thought. Dream Meaning. The Functions of Dreams. The Biology of Dream Formation. Journey's End? No, A Time for Assessment. Bibliography. Index.
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- Publisher's Summary:
"The Dream Experience" provides the mental health professional a systematic scientific basis for understanding the dream as a psychological event. Milton Kramer's extensive research, along with the findings of others, establishes that dreams are structured, not random, and linked meaningfully to conscious events in daily life and past memories. The book explores this link between dreams and consciousness, providing a review of information about normative dreaming, typical or repetitive dreams, and nightmares, while also showing how mental health professionals can use dream content in therapy with clients. Kramer's book is an illuminating description of dreaming "for" dreamers, therapists and neuroscientists.
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