Dreams & Dreaming

Meanings, Interpretation, Theories, Research, Studies

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Dream Dictionary
From Astrology.com.
DreamMoods.com: An Online Guide to Dream Interpretation
Includes a Dream Dictionary of symbols and potential meanings, common dreams, a dream bank (reports from dreamers), a history of dreams and dream research, lucid dreaming, recurring nightmares, a forum, and more.
Dreams: Characteristics, Theories, and Interpretations of Dreams
From About.com. See also these three related pages:
How Stuff Works: Dreams
Basics of dreaming and the brain, REM (Rapid Eye Movement), recalling and controlling dreams, and other topics.
The International Association for the Study of Dreams
Described as "a non-profit, international, multidisciplinary organization dedicated to the pure and applied investigation of dreams and dreaming." Includes answers to common questions about dreams, news, research, and more.
The Interpretation of Dreams by Sigmund Freud
Full text of the classic book.
The Lucid Dream Exchange
Full text articles on lucid dreaming and related topics. Some articles are in PDF format: view them with the Adobe Reader (http://www.adobe.com).
Lucid Dreaming FAQ
Lucid dreams questions and answers from the Lucidity Institute.
MedlinePlus: Nightmares
Encyclopedic article from the U.S. National Library of Medicine.
Myths-Dreams-Symbols: A Guide to Dreams
An introduction to Jungian/archetypal analysis of dreaming. Includes information on Carl Jung's ideas/analytical approaches. Sections include: What Are Dreams?, What Are Dream Symbols and How Do They Work?, What Is A Metaphor?, How Are Dreams Structured?, What Are Archetypes?, Masculine/Feminine Aspects, The 'Shadow' in Dreams, Dreams Have More Than One Meaning, Do Dreams Predict Future Events?, How to Remember Your Dreams, Helpful Hints for Better Dream Recall.
Night Terror
From MedlinePlus.
Night Terror
From PubMed Health.
The Quantitative Study of Dreams
"This Web site contains everything needed to conduct scientific studies of dream meaning using a system of content analysis." From the University of California at Santa Cruz.
Psychology Today: Nightmares
Overview of nightmares and sleeping disorders.
Psychology Today: Why We Dream (and What Happens When We Do)?
An article on dreaming, REM sleep, and related topics.

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