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Proposal can be submitted any time before, but no later than, October 10; paper due December 12 (no later than 3:50 p.m).Dream WorkDream interpretation will be practiced with dreams from a “published” source. Practice will include identifying the type of dream, the type of interpretation being used, and what some meanings of the dream may be. We will work with dreams in a group setting using a variety of dream work methods. Come prepared each week to share a dream, even if it is only a fragment. If you find that you do not rememberyour dreams or do not care to present a personal dream, you are welcome to use a “published” dream from a book, journal article, or web site (you must reference the book, article, or web site).We will not do interpretation of or commentary on any student’s personal dream. We will do exercises with student’s personal dreams that may consist of asking clarifying questions, drawing/mapping a dream, or Rashomon dream telling.Dream JournalMaintain a journal of your dreams for the semester. Record all your dreams, regardless if long or short, meaningful or not. Often it is the comparing of dreams by noting recurring themes and dissimilarities that is insightful to one’s dreaming. Please bring the journal to the second class meeting. It may be simple or ornate, decorated or plain, lined or unlined, but something that you feel comfortable writing and creating in. Use your journal freely, not only for documenting your dreams, but also to draw,paint, write poetry, collage, or other self-expression in response to a dream.This is an excellent place to record your interpretations of the dreams you have. It will be your private journal, and while I do expect you to physically demonstrate that you have a journal, I will not ask to review it. Keeping a dream journal will give you a more rewarding experience in this course.Written WorkPapers are to be double-spaced, paginated, with 1” margins all around, and a simple 12 point font such as Times, Helvetica, or Arial. Papers cannot be shorter or longer than the required number of pages. All written assignments are in American Psychological Association (APA) style. For references,
7an easy to use and good on-line guide to APA style is at OWL, Purdue University’s Online Writing Lab: .All submittals require a title page with the following information: Title of paper, your name, class name and number, Department of Psychology, Sonoma State University, and date (see example handout). The papers must have running headers, with page numbers: no number on cover, all other pages numbered. The number of pages required for assignments refers to the body of the paper; title pages, table of contents, references, and graphics are in addition.

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