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xi, 163 p. ; 24 cm.
SAL3 (off-campus storage)
200 pages ; 22 cm
  • Umherschwebendes Bewußtsein
  • Das Träumen hat an der Geschichte teil
  • Die Sowjetwolke
  • Nach der Katastrophe
  • Traum des Kollektivs
  • Das Dritte Reich des Traums
  • Im Jahrhundert des Traums
  • Revolution und Traum
  • Psychoanalyse auf dem Mond
  • Eine bestimmte Art des Menschseins überhaupt
  • Kein Gespräch in Buchenwald
  • Post scriptum
  • Traumbücher : vom Genre des Jahrhunderts
  • Zu Besuch im KZ
  • Ein Krieg, der alles ändert
  • Die dreißiger Jahre
  • Gefangen
  • Ein besonderes Jahr?
  • Wiederkehrende Träume : ein Bilderatlas
  • Geschichten im Zug
  • Fortschritte der Zivilisation
  • Ich : ein Tier?
  • Nacht aus Blei
  • Das Ende der Welt : oder der gestirnte Himmel
  • Zerträumte Traditionen
  • Von Kafka träumen
  • Das lachende Meer
  • Von Goethe träumen
  • Väter
  • Du sollst nicht wiederkommen tot ist tot
  • Lazarus im Lager
  • Der Buchstabe D
  • Träumen die Toten?
  • Die Wiederkehr der Alkestis
  • Vom Aufwachen
  • Dank
  • Bibliographie
  • Register.
SAL3 (off-campus storage)
441 pages ; 21 cm
SAL3 (off-campus storage)
xxiv, 322 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.
Green Library
xxiv, 322 p. : ill.
  • A larger calling: the field integral studies
  • An integral approach to dreams
  • The creative brain and the science of sleep and dreams
  • Embodied and purposeful dreaming
  • The subjective experience of dreams
  • Types of dreams: towards an ecology of dreaming
  • Dreams and self-inquiry
  • Dreams and intersubjectivity
  • Culture, ecology and identity
  • Tuning to larger patterns: dreams, society and the environment
  • Toward an integral dream practice
  • The hermeneutic of dream interpretation
  • Epistemic uncertainty: non-interpretive approaches to dreams
  • Philosophy of practice
  • Hermeneutic of creation: the five movements of integral dream practice
  • Dreams in creation: the ursa major dream.
vi, 176 p. ; 24 cm.
  • 1. Introduction: Reading the Early Modern Dream S.J. Wiseman 2. Dreaming, Motion, Meaning: Oneiric Transport in Seventeenth- Europe Mary Baine Campbell 3. 'Onely Proper Unto Man': Dreaming and Being Human Erica Fudge 4. Dream-Visions of Elizabeth I Helen Hackett 5. Dreams, Prophecies and Politics: John Dee and the Elizabethan Court, 1575-85 Stephen Clucas 6. Dreaming the Dead: Ghosts and History in the early Seventeenth- Century Michelle O'Callaghan 7. 'Imaginarie in Manner, Reall in Matter': Rachel Speght's Dreame and the Female Scholar-Poet Kate Lilley 8. Dreaming Meanings: Some Early Modern Dream Thoughts Katharine Hodgkin 9. 'I Saw No Angel': Civil War Dreams and the History of Dreaming S.J. Wiseman Contributors.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9780415386012 20160602
Dreams have been significant in many different cultures, carrying messages about this world and others, posing problems about knowledge, truth, and what it means to be human. This thought-provoking collection of essays explores dreams and visions in early modern Europe, canvassing the place of the dream and dream-theory in texts and in social movements. In topics ranging from the dreams of animals to the visions of Elizabeth I, and from prophetic dreams to ghosts in political writing, this book asks what meanings early modern people found in dreams.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9780415386012 20160602
Green Library
xv, 243 p. ; 24 cm.
  • 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.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9780415954464 20160527
"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.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9780415954464 20160527
Green Library

8. Meng [1926]

2, 2, 113 p. : ill. ; 29 cm.
SAL1&2 (on-campus shelving)
3 v. : ill. ; 25 cm.
  • v. 1. Biological aspects
  • Acknowledgments
  • Introduction
  • ch. 1. A neurobiological history of dreaming / Claude Gottesmann
  • ch. 2. Phylogeny of sleep and dreams / Patrick McNamara, Charles Nunn, Robert Barton, Erica Harris, and Isabella Capellini
  • ch. 3. Current understanding of cellular models of REM expression / J. Allan Hobson
  • ch. 4. Drugs and dreams / J. Allan Hobson
  • ch. 5. Neuroimaging of REM sleep and dreaming / Thien Thanh Dang-Vu, Manuel Schabus, Martin Desseilles, Sophie Schwartz, and Pierre Maquet
  • ch. 6. The frontal lobes and dreaming / Edward F. Pace-Schott
  • ch. 7. Dream production : a neural network attractor, dual rhythm regional cortical activation, homeostatic model / Erin J. Wansley and John S. Antrobus
  • ch. 8. REM-related dreams in REM behavior disorder / Maria Livia Fantini and Luigi Ferini-Strambi
  • ch. 9. "Theory of mind" in REM and NREM dreams / Patrick McNamara, Deirdre McLaren, Sara Kowalczyk, and Edward F. Pace-Schott
  • ch. 10. Dreams and dreaming in disorders of sleep / Sanford Auerbach
  • ch. 11. Metacognition, recognition, and reflection while dreaming / David Kahn
  • Index
  • About the editors and contributors
  • v. 2. Content, recall, and personality correlates
  • Acknowledgments
  • Introduction
  • ch. 1. Realistic simulation and bizarreness in dream content : past findings and suggestions for future research / G. William Domhoff
  • ch. 2. Gender differences in dreaming / Michael Schredl
  • ch.3. Dreaming as non-executive orienting : a conceptual framework for consciousness during sleep / Roar Fosse and G. William Domhoff
  • ch. 4. Dream recall : models and empirical data / Michael Schredl
  • ch. 5. Dreaming and personality / Mark Blagrove
  • ch. 6. Dreams and psychotherapy / Clara E. Hill and Patricia Spangler
  • ch. 7. Nightmares and suicidality / Mehmet Yücel Agargün
  • ch. 8. Trauma and dreaming : trauma impact on dream recall, content and patterns, and the mental health function of dreams / Raija-Leena Punamäki
  • ch. 9. Nightmares, dreaming, and emotion regulation : a review / Tore Nielsen and Jessica Lara-Carrasco
  • ch. 10. Anomalous experiences and dreams / Stanley Krippner
  • ch. 11. Lucid dreaming / Stephen LaBerge
  • Index
  • About the editors and contributors
  • v. 3. Cultural and theoretical perspectives
  • Acknowledgments
  • Introduction
  • ch. 1. Dreaming, language, literature / Carol Schreier Rupprecht
  • ch. 2. Dreams and ethnography / Roger Ivar Lohmann
  • ch. 3. Sacred sleep : scientific contributions to the study of religiously significant dreaming / Kelly Bulkeley
  • ch.4. Evolutionary psychological approaches to dream content / Katja Valli and Antti Revonsuo
  • ch. 5. Costly signaling theory of dream recall and dream sharing / Patrick McNamara, Erica Harris, and Anna Kookoolis
  • ch. 6. An evolutionary theory of dreams and problem-solving / Deirdre Barrett
  • ch. 7. "Symbolic" images in dreams and daydreams / Robert G. Kunzendorf
  • ch. 8. The nature and functions of dreaming / Ernest Hartmann
  • ch. 9. The philosophy of dreaming and self-consciousness : what happens to the experiential subject during the dream state? / Jennifer Michelle Windt and Thomas Metzinger
  • ch. 10. Evolution and the interpretation of (REM sleep) dreams / Alan T. Lloyd
  • ch. 11. Social networks of characters in dreams / Richard Schweickert
  • Index
  • About the editors and contributors.
Although dreaming has been described since ancient times, it remains a somewhat mysterious mental process and scientists around the world continue to study its mechanisms and meanings. In this unique work, experts from around the globe show the newest and most exciting research and findings related to the biology and psychology of dreaming. New studies of dream content, for example, show that across age groups, cultures and clinical groups, there are recurring themes that people dream about. New brain imaging techniques show us specific brain regions involved in dreaming. Other research featured here describes the biology or psychology of realistic and bizarre dreams, of symbolic images in dreams, and of how differences in gender and personality affect dreams and dreaming. The newest and most extensive source of information on dreaming that exists today, this set also gives readers insights to understand how this new science could lead to innovations in the medical, social technical and biotech fields. Dozens of contributors - including leading experts with an international reputation in their fields - also show us how brain functions affect and are affected by dreaming, and why these new findings should be important to all of us. Volume I, "Biological Aspects", spotlights the biology of sleep and dreaming. Volume II, "Content, Recall, and Personality Correlates", focuses on dream content and its many facets. In Volume III, "Cultural and Theoretical Perspectives", the many theoretical accounts of dreams are presented.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9780275990459 20160528
Green Library
114 p. ; 22 cm.
SAL3 (off-campus storage)
xiv, 360 p. : ill.
xiv, 360 p. : ill.
xiv, 360 p. : ill. ; 29 cm.
  • 1. Dreaming and the brain: toward a cognitive neuroscience of conscious states J. A. Hobson, E. F. Pace-Schott and R. Stickgold-- 2. Dreaming and REM sleep are controlled by different brain mechanisms M. Solms-- 3. A review of mentation in REM and NREM sleep: 'covert' REM sleep as a possible reconciliation of two opposing models T. A. Nielsen-- 4. The case against memory consolidation in REM sleep R. P. Vertes and K. E. Eastman-- 5. The reinterpretation of dreams: an evolutionary hypothesis of the function of dreaming A. Revonsuo-- Open peer commentary-- Authors' responses-- Index.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9780521810449 20160528
From the study of brainstem-based models of sleep cycle control, current research is moving toward combined brainstem/forebrain models of sleep cognition. The book presents five papers by contemporary leading scientists, and more than seventy-five commentaries on those papers by nearly all of the other distinguished authorities in the field. Topics include mechanisms of dreaming and REM sleep, memory consolidation in REM sleep, and an evolutionary hypothesis of the function of dreaming. The papers and commentaries, together with the authors' rejoinders, represent significant advances in the understanding of the sleeping and dreaming brain.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9780521810449 20160528
How and why does the sleeping brain generate dreams? Though the question is old, a paradigm shift is now occurring in the science of sleep and dreaming that is making room for new answers. From brainstem-based models of sleep cycle control, research is moving toward combined brainstem/forebrain models of sleep cognition itself. The book presents five papers by leading scientists at the center of the current firmament, and more than seventy-five commentaries on those papers by nearly all of the other leading authorities in the field. Topics include mechanisms of dreaming and REM sleep, memory consolidation in REM sleep, and an evolutionary hypothesis of the function of dreaming. The papers and commentaries, together with the authors' rejoinders, represent a huge leap forward in our understanding of the sleeping and dreaming brain. The book's multidisciplinary perspective will appeal to students and researchers in neuroscience, cognitive science, and psychology.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9780521008693 20160528
SAL3 (off-campus storage)
x, 235 p. ; 25 cm.
  • Preface-- Before We Begin-- Dreams and Definitions-- Myth and Meaning-- Film and Photography-- Cinema and Cyberspace-- Sleep and Social Control-- Sleep and Sci-Fi-- Deities and Demons-- Shamans and Sorcerers-- Reason and Romance-- Symbolism and Surrealism-- Psyche and Soul-- Body and Brain-- Foretelling the Future-- Bibliography.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9780275972431 20160528
Shows how dreams have been revered as therapeutic tools, religious revelations, creativity catalysts, sexual symbols, medical miracles, instrospective insights and meaningful memories, or just dismissed as biological blips and even feared as signs of demonic damnation. Cinema--invented just before psychoanalysis formally developed--primed the public and scholars to rethink ideas about dreams. The author describes how surrealist artists purposely applied Freudian dream theories to their art to make the public aware of "modern" ideas about dreams. Most of our current cultural consciousness about the psychological value of dreams is traced to classical and contemporary cinema. This work examines how residuals of past approaches to dreams make conceptions of dreams in psychoanlysis and science more complex than ever today. Scholars and students in the fields of psychology, psychiatry, cinema, medicine, and religion may find this volume useful. The book also examines academic psychiatry's increased emphasis in dream study on neuropsychiatry and psychopharmocology, as well as managed care's decreased compensation for dream therapy.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9780275972431 20160528
SAL3 (off-campus storage)
ix, 201 p. ; 24 cm.
Green Library
vi, 392 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.
  • Introduction-- Contemplating Freud's Navel PART I: TRADITIONS Buddhist Dream Experience: The Role of Interpretation, Ritual, and Gender-- S.Young Dreams and Nightmares in Ancient Egypt-- K.Szpakowska Dreams in the Hebrew Bible-- M.Tanner Sending a Voice, Seeking a Place: Visionary Dreams Among Native Women of the Plains-- L.Irwin Dreams in American Personal Religious Accounts: 1600-1980-- J.Alexander Dreams of Purposes: An Analysis of Dream Narratives in an Independent African Church-- S.Charsley The Role of Dreams in Religious Enculturation Among the Asabano of Papua New Guinea-- R.I.Lohmann PART II: INDIVIDUALS Penelope as Dreamer-- The Perils of Interpretation-- K.Bulkeley Kagwahiv Mourning: Dreams of a Bereaved Father-- W.Kracke Dreams as 'Good to Think': Visionary Experiences in the Life of an Indian Sufi-- M.Hermansen Wish, Conflict, and Awareness: Freud and the Problem of the 'Dream Book'-- B.Cohler The Mystical Dreams of Ramakrishna-- J.Kripal Dreams of a Jungian Therapist-- J.White-Lewis 'If it Were My Dream!': Experiences in Group Dreamsharing-- J.Taylor PART III: METHODS Western Dreams About Eastern Dreams-- W.Doniger The New Anthropology of Dreaming-- B.Tedlock Beyond Freud and Jung: A View from Cognitive Psychology-- G.W.Domhoff A Content Analysis of Mehinaku Dreams-- T.Gregor Modernity and Dream Content: A Ugandan Example-- K.E.Johnson How Metaphor Structures Dreams: The Theory of Conceptual Metaphor Applied to Dream Analysis-- G.Lakoff The Dream Navel: Networks of Meaning and the Undermining of Foundations-- J.DiCenso Turning Aside at the Navel of the Dream: The End(s) of Interpretation-- D.Jonte-Pace Metacognition in Dreaming and Waking-- T.Kahan Conclusion: Responding to a Skeptic: A Conversation with Frederick Crews.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9780312293345 20160528
The centennial of the original publication of Sigmund Freud's "The Interpretation of Dreams" has generated a wave of critical reappraisals of this monumental work. Considered one of the most important books in Western history, scholars from an astonishing variety of academic fields continue to wrestle with Freud's intricate theories and insights. "Dreams" is a collection of writing on dreams from many scholars in religious studies, anthropology, and psychology departments. The volume is organized into three thematic sections: traditions, individuals and methods. The 23 articles highlight the most important theories, the most contentious debates, and the most far reaching implications of this growing field of study.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9780312293345 20160528
Green Library

18. Träume/n [2000]

281 p.
Green Library
226 p. ; 20 cm.
SAL3 (off-campus storage)
328 p. : ill. ; 22 cm.
East Asia Library


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