Language and Its Disturbances in Dreams: The Pioneering Work of Freud and Kraepelin Updated

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Contrasts Freud's and Kraepelin's interpretation of dream speech, analyzing it from both perspectives. Features a premier, complete English translation of Kraepelin's ``On Speech Disorders in Dreams'' along with short documents of the period and a previously unpublished corpus of Kraepelin's own dream speech. Includes the results of systematic research which implies that dream speech is less deficient than generally supposed. Implications are drawn for the dreaming brain as well...
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Contrasts Freud's and Kraepelin's interpretation of dream speech, analyzing it from both perspectives. Features a premier, complete English translation of Kraepelin's ``On Speech Disorders in Dreams'' along with short documents of the period and a previously unpublished corpus of Kraepelin's own dream speech. Includes the results of systematic research which implies that dream speech is less deficient than generally supposed. Implications are drawn for the dreaming brain as well as cognitive capacities.
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A study of verbal language in dreams. Beginning with a critical, historical overview of dream theory, with special attention to psychoanalytic theory from the viewpoint of Freud, Heynick goes on to discuss the work of the anti-psychoanalytic cofounder of modern psychiatry, Emil Kraepelin (Heynick includes his own translations of Kraepelin's 1906 monograph "On Speech Disorders in Dreams" as well as other relevant materials of Kraepelin and his colleagues). Finally, Heynick examines current trends in psycholinguistics and dream research and their implications for the understanding of dream speech. Annotation c. Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (booknews.com)
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  • ISBN-13: 9780471586531
  • Publisher: Wiley, John & Sons, Incorporated
  • Publication date: 4/1/1993
  • Edition number: 1
  • Pages: 320
  • Product dimensions: 6.39 (w) x 9.35 (h) x 1.11 (d)

Table of Contents

Acknowledgments
Foreword
Introduction 1
Pt. 1 Dreams and Language Around the Turn of the Twentieth Century 5
Ch. 1 Homo Loquens and Homo Somniens 7
Ch. 2 Freud and Regressed Dream Speech 12
Ch. 3 Kraepelin and Nightly Psychotic Speech 35
Ch. 4 Imagining Words and Imaging Words 52
Pt. 2 The Texts of Kraepelin and His Colleagues 63
On Speech Disorders in Dreams 65
On Reading and Writing in Dreams 145
Speech in Dreams 161
Dreams (excerpt) 171
Kraepelin's Newly Discovered Dream Speech Corpus (1908-1926) 181
Pt. 3 Dreams and Language Updated 207
Ch. 5 Modern Psycholinguistics and REM-Sleep 209
Ch. 6 Dreaming Linguistic Performance 223
Ch. 7 Dreaming Pragmatic Performance 246
Ch. 8 The Mind and the Cognitive Capacities of "Homo Somniloquens" 264
References 283
Author Index 297
Subject Index 301
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