PSY_200_Test_2_Guide_5

PSY_200_Test_2_Guide_5 - Dreams Everyone dreams. People...

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Dreams – Everyone dreams. People confuse the inability to recall dreams with not dreaming. o Dreams occur during REM sleep but can occur during non-REM Stages. o Lucid Dreaming: The sleeper is aware that they are dreaming. When the dreamer is lucid, they can actively participate in and often manipulate the imaginary experiences in the dream environment. o Functions of Dreaming Sigmund Freud: Dreams reveal the dreamers unconscious thoughts and motivations. Manifest Content: The content that appears on the surface. Latent Content: The hidden ideas that the dream experience represents symbolically. Problem Solving The Activation Synthesis Theory Dreams are merely the brain's reaction to random biological processes that occur during sleep. It tries to make sense of internal stimuli. Neurocognitive Theory Dreams are just another kind of thinking that occurs under special conditions. Sleep Talking/Walking and Night mares/Terrors
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