The activation synthesis hypothesis helps explain the meaning of dream symbols

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The activation-synthesis hypothesis helps explain the meaning of dream symbols. The activation-synthesis hypothesis helps explain why bizarre images are more common in dreams than they are in daytime fantasies. All of these are true regarding the activation-synthesis hypothesis. Add Question Here Question 84 Multiple Choice 0 points Modify Remove Question The neurocognitive dream theory emphasizes Answer internal conflicts and unconscious forces. how random activity in lower brain centers results in the manufacture of relatively bizarre dreams by higher brain centers. that dreams reflect everyday waking thoughts and emotions. the detached part of the dreamer’s awareness that silently observes events. Add Question Here Question 85 Multiple Choice 0 points Modify Remove Question The neurocognitive dream theory was developed by Answer William Domhoff. Rosalind Cartwright. Fritz Perls. Hobson and McCarley. Add Question Here Question 86 Multiple Choice 0 points Modify Remove Question A lonely person may dream of romance, and a student who is angry with a teacher might dream of embarrassing the teacher in class. According to the neurocognitive theory, these dreams Answer reflect ordinary waking concerns. should be probed for deeper symbolic meanings. are the synthesis of random neural firings. are prophetic expressions of the future. Add Question Here Question 87 Multiple Choice 0 points Modify Remove Question According to the _____ theory, many brain areas that are active when we are awake remain active during dreaming with dreams being a conscious expression of the REM sleep processes that sort and store daily experiences. Answer neurocognitive
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psychodynamic humanistic Gestalt Add Question Here Question 88 Multiple Choice 0 points Modify Remove Question According to _____, dreams are a conscious expression of the REM sleep processes that sort and store daily experiences. Answer Fritz Perls Sigmund Freud William Domhoff James Braid Add Question Here Question 89 Multiple Choice 0 points Modify Remove Question Regarding dream theories, which of the following statements is FALSE? Answer The activation-synthesis hypothesis completely rules out the possibility that dreams have any meaning. Freud realized that some dreams are trivial “day residues” or carryovers from ordinary waking events. Since dreams are created from memories and past experiences, they can tell us quite a lot about each person’s mental life, emotions, and concerns. The frontal areas of the cortex, which control higher mental abilities, are mostly shut down during REM sleep, which explains why dreams are more primitive and more bizarre than daytime thoughts. Add Question Here Question 90 Multiple Choice 0 points Modify Remove Question Studies of dream content do support the _____ focus on the continuity between dreams and waking thought.
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