By Freud, Sigmund; Colace, Claudio; Freud, Sigmund
"This ebook goals to offer a research at the reality and empirical worth of Freud's dream idea, no matter if simply in the course of the research of a particular a part of it - the hypotheses approximately kid's goals. It presents a scientific description of Freud's observations on baby dreaming and offers the implications acquired from 4 empirical reviews on kid's desires that the writer carried out throughout the span of a decade." "These reports (two carried out in class settings, one in a house surroundings, and one in keeping with a questionnaire accomplished by means of mom and dad) permit an empirical judgement on Freud's major hypotheses on baby dreaming: the hypotheses on formal elements of kid's goals, the connection among dream bizarreness and improvement of the superego services, and the difficulty of wish-fulfilment desires. the writer concludes that it really is attainable to check empirically Freud's speculation at the early varieties of dreaming and that this try out isn't inappropriate for an empirical judgment of definite extra normal statements of Freud's dream concept (e.g. the dream censorship hypothesis). ultimately, the results of the reviews on kid's goals for contemporary dream study and conception are discussed."--Jacket. Read more...
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In the case of adults it seems to be a generally binding condition that the wish which creates the dream shall be one that is alien to conscious thinking—a repressed wish—or will possibly at least have reinforcements that are unknown to consciousness. [Freud, 1905c, p. 161] In adults, the only dreams that can be aroused by wishes not removed are the dreams of “childish type”: THE CHARACTERISTICS OF CHILDREN’S DREAMS DESCRIBED BY FREUD 39 I have never maintained the assertion which has so often been ascribed to me that dream-interpretation shows that all dreams have a sexual content or are derived from sexual motive forces.
These are intensely felt wishes. Less important experiences of the day do not enter the dream. The wishes which are fulfilled in them are carried over from daytime and as a rule from the day before, and in waking life they have been accompanied by intense emotion. Nothing unimportant or indifferent, or nothing which would strike a child as such, ﬁnds its way into the content of their dreams. [Freud, 1901a, p. 645] The types of wishes that instigate dreams in young children can easily be inferred by the examples of dreams brought by Freud.
Freud, 1901a, p. 645] The types of wishes that instigate dreams in young children can easily be inferred by the examples of dreams brought by Freud. Furthermore, he summarized these wishes as follows: I had mentioned the variety of the wishes whose fulﬁlments are to be found in children’s dreams (wishes to take part in an excursion or a sail on a lake, or to make up for a missed meal, and so on). [Freud, 1900a, pp. 160–161, fn. 1] THE CHARACTERISTICS OF CHILDREN’S DREAMS DESCRIBED BY FREUD 25 These wishes originate from a precise range of time during the daytime.