By Freud, Sigmund; Colace, Claudio; Freud, Sigmund
"This publication goals to give a research at the reality and empirical price of Freud's dream concept, no matter if simply throughout the research of a particular a part of it - the hypotheses approximately kid's desires. It offers a scientific description of Freud's observations on baby dreaming and offers the implications got from 4 empirical reports on kid's desires that the writer carried out throughout the span of a decade." "These experiences (two performed at school settings, one in a house surroundings, and one in line with a questionnaire accomplished by means of mom and dad) let an empirical judgement on Freud's major hypotheses on baby dreaming: the hypotheses on formal elements of kid's desires, the connection among dream bizarreness and improvement of the superego capabilities, and the problem of wish-fulfilment goals. the writer concludes that it really is attainable to check empirically Freud's speculation at the early different types of dreaming and that this try out isn't really inappropriate for an empirical judgment of sure extra normal statements of Freud's dream idea (e.g. the dream censorship hypothesis). ultimately, the consequences of the reports on kid's desires for contemporary dream learn and thought are discussed."--Jacket. Read more...
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While Freud reported in full only these dreams as examples, the extract below would lead one to think that he based his observations on a wider sample, a sort of personal collection of children’s dreams obtained primarily from his own children. 2. Childhood dreams reported by adults. Subjects Age in years* No. of dreams Source Adult woman (patient) Adult woman (patient) Adult man Adult man Adult woman Adult man Wolfman Wolfman Wolfman Wolfman Wolfman Wolfman Wolfman Total 4 4 4 6 childhood infancy <4 7–8 < 10 < 10 Not stated Not stated Not stated 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 13 (1900a) (1900a) (1900a) (1900a) (1900a) (1900a) (1918b) (1918b) (1918b) (1918b) (1918b) (1918b) (1918b) Note *Supposed age at which dream was had.
Fliess, 6 and 27 August 1899; E = Introductory Lectures on Psycho-analysis (1916–1917); F = Letter to W. Fliess, 31 October. Apart from spontaneous dream recall, Freud always had information available on the child’s life experiences which occurred the day before, which he obtained by asking either the mother or the child. For example, referring to certain details (“bars of chocolate”, Freud, 1900a, p. 128) of a dream reported by his daughter Mathilde, he afﬁrmed: It had been precisely on that point that I had been in the dark, but the girl’s mother now gave me the explanation.
129–130, my italics] CHAPTER THREE The characteristics of children’s dreams described by Freud Main characteristics Formal simplicity and brevity F reud noticed that in children it is possible to ﬁnd the simplest forms of dreams. Children’s dreams are very brief, clear, coherent, and with an elementary structure. In 1909, during the third lecture held at Clark University, he affirmed, “If you inspect the dreams of very young children, from eighteen months upwards, you will ﬁnd them perfectly simple and easy to explain” (Freud, 1910a, p.