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Dream Reader : Contemporary Approaches to the Understanding of Dreams - Anthony Shafton

Dream Reader

Contemporary Approaches to the Understanding of Dreams

Paperback Published: 1st July 1995
ISBN: 9780791426180
Number Of Pages: 692

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A comprehensive survey of contemporary approaches to understanding dreams. If you can have only one book on dreams, this is the one to have.

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"Dream Reader by Anthony Shafton is a book so unique in its combination of scholarship, clarity, and down-to-earth feeling about dreams that I find it hard to fully express the excitement and satisfaction I felt on reading it. This is the first definitive and comprehensive sourcebook to cover the classical, the research, and the current theoretical contributions to our understanding of the nature and usefulness of dreams. The author has covered an incredible body of literature, subjecting all that he has read to evaluative and integrative commentary." - Montague Ullman, M. D., co-author of Dream Telepathy and Working With Dreams, and Clinical Professor of Psychiatry, Albert Einstein College of Medicine

Introduction Part I: REM, etc. 1. REM, etc. Part II: Schools 2. Freud 3. Jung 4. Existentialism 5. Culturalism 6. Gestalt Part III: Topics 7. Catagogic/Anagogic 8. Dream and Symptom 9. Dream Styles 10. Dream Residues 11. Initial and Termination Dreams 12. The Non-interpretation of Dreams 13. Incubation 14. Lucidity 15. Re-entry 16. The Bo Tree Principle List of Dreams Notes References Index of Authors and Names General Index

ISBN: 9780791426180
ISBN-10: 0791426181
Series: Suny Dream Studies
Audience: Professional
Format: Paperback
Language: English
Number Of Pages: 692
Published: 1st July 1995
Country of Publication: US
Dimensions (cm): 23.11 x 15.19  x 4.6
Weight (kg): 1.02

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