Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780791412978
Publisher: State University of New York Press
Publication date: 03/01/1993
Series: SUNY series in Dream Studies Series
Pages: 610
Product dimensions: 6.50(w) x 1.50(h) x 9.50(d)

About the Author

Alan Moffitt and Robert Hoffmann are Professors of Psychology in the Department of Psychology and are co-directors of the Laboratory of Sleep and Chronopsychology at Carleton University in Ottawa, Canada.

Milton Kramer is Director of Sleep Disorders at Bethesda Oak Hospital in Cincinnati, Ohio.

Table of Contents




1. Data Constraints on Theorizing About Dream Function
David Foulkes

2. The Function of Dreaming in the Cycles of Cognition: A Biogenetic Structural Account
John McManus, Charles D. Laughlin, and Jon Shearer

3. A Model of Dreaming and Its Functional Significance: The State-Shift Hypothesis
Martha Koukkou and Dietrich Lehmann

4. Connectionism and Sleep
Gordon G. Globus

5. The Selective Mood Regulatory Function of Dreaming: An Update and Revision
Milton Kramer

6. Waking, Dreaming, and Self-Regulation
Sheila Purcell, Alan Moffitt, and Robert Hoffmann

7. REM Sleep and Dreams as Mechanisms of the Recovery of Search Activity
V. S. Rotenberg

8. The Repetition of Dreams and Dream Elements: A Possible Clue to a Function of Dreams
G. William Domhoff

9. Dreams and Adaptation to Contemporary Stress
David Koulack

10. REM Sleep and Learning: Some Recent Findings
Carlyle Smith

11. An Integrated Approach to Dream Theory: Contributions from Sleep Research and Clinical Practice
Ramon Greenberg and Chester Pearlman

12. The "Royal Road" to the Unconscious Revisited: A Signal Detection Model of Dream Function
Harry Fiss

13. The Impact of Dreams on Waking Thoughts and Feelings
Don Kuiken and Shelley Sikora

14. Reasons for Oneiromancy: Some Psychological Functions of Conventional Dream Interpretation
Waud H. Kracke

15. "Pity the Bones by Wandering River which Still Lovers' Dream Appear as Men"
Robert Knox Dentan and Laura J. McClusky

16. Dreaming: Could We Do Without It?
John Antrobus


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