Finding Meaning in Dreams: A Quantitative Approach
Distinguished psychologist G. William Domhoff brings together-for the first time-all the necessary tools needed to perform quantitative studies of dream content using the rigorous system developed by Calvin S. Hall and Robert van de Castle. The book contains a comprehensive review of the literature, detailed coding rules, normative findings, and statistical tables.
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The HallVan de Castle System of Content Analysis
The Quality of the Data
Normative Findings on American College Students
Age Differences in Dream Reports
CrossCultural Studies of Dream Content
Consistency and Change in Long Dream Series
The Continuity between Dreams and Waking Life in Individuals and Groups
The Repetition Dimension in Dreams and Waking Cognition
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