Half Title Page.
List of Entries.
Guide to Related Topics.
1: Aboriginal Australia: Dreams and “the Dreaming”.
3: Actigraphy and Sleep.
4: Activation Synthesis Hypothesis of Dreaming.
5: Acute Sleep Deprivation.
6: Adolescent Cell Phone Use and Sleep.
7: Adolescent Dreams.
8: Adolescent Sleep, the Electroencephalogram, and Brain Development.
9: Adopted Women’s Dreams.
10: African American Dream Beliefs and Practices.
11: Aging and Dreams.
12: Alcohol and Sleep.
13: Alexithymia and Sleep.
14: Alexithymia in Renal Disease.
15: Ancient Dream Theories.
16: Ancient Egypt and Dreams.
17: Ancient Greek Dream Beliefs.
18: Animal Figures in Dreams.
19: Animation and the Dream.
20: Anthropology and Dreams.
21: Anthropology of Sleep.
22: Antiquity and Dreams.
23: Antrobus’s (1983) Word Information Count (WIC).
24: Art Therapy and Dreams.
25: Asian Americans and Dreamwork.
26: Asklepieia and Asklepian Rites.
27: Attention Deficit with Hyperactivity: Dreaming in Children with ADHD.
28: Awake, Frozen with the Most Awful Fears, but Also Asleep.
29: Awakenings Protocol.
30: Basics of Sleep Recordings.
31: Bedouin Dream Traditions.
32: Belief in Dream Relevance and the Continuity Hypothesis.
33: Bible and Dreams: Luther and Calvin, The.
34: Big Dreams.
35: Bizarre Imagery and Thought in Sleep and Waking.
36: Body Dreamwork.
37: Brain Correlates to Lucidity.
38: Brain Damage: Effects on Dreams.
39: Brain Energy, Metabolism, and Sleep.
40: Brain Mechanisms of Vision in Dreams.
41: Brief History of Sleep Medicine.
42: Cancer Patients and Dreamwork.
43: Central Image (of the Dream).
44: Characters in Dreams.
45: Children’s Dreams and Nightmares.
46: Chinese Sex Symbols in Dreams.
48: Church Dream Groups.
49: Cinema and Dreams.
50: Circadian Rhythms.
51: Clinical Aspects of Nightmares.
52: Cognitive Approach to Dreaming.
53: Cognitive Expertise and Dreams.
54: Cognitive Theory of Dream Meaning, A.
55: Coleridge, Samuel Taylor, and Dreaming.
56: Color in Dreams.
57: Comics and Dreams.
58: Comorbidity between Epilepsy and Sleep Disorders.
59: Comparative Sleep Databases.
60: Comparative Sleep Regulation.
61: Conceptions of Dreaming in the Western Desert of Australia.
62: Connection between Dreams and Mood, The.
63: Consciousness in Dreams.
64: Contemporary Theory of Dreaming, The.
65: Content Analysis of Dreams: Basic Principles.
66: Continuity Hypothesis and Colors in Dreams.
67: Continuity Hypothesis of Dreaming.
68: Continuous Positive Airway Pressure (CPAP) Therapy for Obstructive Sleep Apnea.
69: Convergent Evolution of REM Sleep in Mammals and Birds.
70: Cortical EEG Oscillations, Local Sleep, and Dream Recall.
72: Costly Signaling Theory.
73: Counterfactuals in Dreams.
74: Creative Problem Solving in Dreams.
75: Cross-Cultural Approaches to Dreams.
76: Cultural Dimensions of Sleep.
77: Cultural Diversity and Dreaming.
78: Definition of Sleep.
79: Delusions and the Classification of Typical Dreams.
80: Depictions of Dreams.
81: Depression and Dreaming.
82: Depression in Patients with Kidney Disease.
83: Depth of Sleep.
84: Development and Initial Validation of the Iowa Sleep Disturbances Inventory.
85: Disconnection from the External Environment during Dreaming.
86: Discovery of REM Sleep.
87: Dissociated States of Being and Agrypnia Excitata.
88: Distinctive Dream Content Associated with REM Sleep Behavior Disorder.
89: Disturbed Sleep and Posttraumatic Stress Disorder.
90: Dream Interview: A Client-Defined, Metaphor-Based Interpretation.
91: Dream Sharing as Social Interaction.
92: DreamBank.net: An Online Archive for Studying Dream Content.
93: Dreaming: The Journal of the Association for the Study of Dreams.
94: Dream-Lag Effect.
95: Dreamwork in Counseling.
96: Dynamic Structure of Reptilian EEG versus Mammalian Sleep EEG.
97: Ecstasy (MDMA) Use and Sleep Problems.
98: Effect of Dreams on Waking Life.
99: Effect of Medications on Sleep and Dreaming.
100: Effects of Blindness and Deafness on Dream Content.
101: Effects of Work on Sleep.
102: Electromagnetic Fields of Mobile Telephones and Sleep Parameters.
103: Embodied Imagination.
104: Emotional Responses to Nightmares.
105: Endocrinology of Sleep.
106: Endometriosis and Dreams.
107: ESP in Dreams.
108: Evaluation of Tonsils in Patients with Sleep Apnea.
109: Evolution of Reptilian Sleep.
110: Evolutionary Approaches to Sleep.
111: Evolutionary Psychology Theories of Dreams.
112: Existential Dreams.
113: External Sensory Stimulation as a Technique to Study Dreaming.
114: False Awakenings.
115: Family Unconscious in Dreams.
116: Fantasy Literature and Dreams.
117: Fetal Sleep.
118: Fetal Yawning.
119: Flying Dreams.
120: Flying in Dreams: The Power of the Image.
121: Fornari, Franco.
122: Freud, Sigmund.
123: Freud’s Approach to Dreams.
124: Functional Neuroimaging during Human Sleep.
125: Functional Theories of Dreaming.
126: Gender Differences in Dreaming.
127: Genetics and Epigenetics of Sleep.
128: Genetics of Mouse Sleep Physiology.
129: Gestalt Dreamwork.
130: Graphic Novels and Dreams.
131: Group Work with Dreams.
132: Hall and Van de Castle System for the Study of Dream Content.
133: Handedness: A New Look at the Effects on Dream Recall and Content.
134: Healing and Dreams.
135: Hill Dream Model.
136: Hypnagogic Imagery.
137: Hypocretin Gene Transfer in Mice Models of Narcolepsy.
138: Hypothalamo–Pituitary–Adrenocortical (HPA) System and Sleep.
139: Hypothalamo–Pituitary–Somatotrophic (HPS) System and Sleep.
140: Illness and Dreams.
141: Illusory Contents in Dreams.
142: Impactful Dreams.
143: Importance of Sleep Health for Children.
144: Increasing Sleep Complaints.
145: Incubation of Dreams.
147: Infant Sleep and Parenting.
148: Infant Sleep Interventions.
149: Insomnia in Chronic Renal Failure.
150: International Association for the Study of Dreams.
151: Intersubjective Dreams.
152: Intuition in Dreams.
153: Involuntary Nature of Dreaming.
154: Islam and Dreams.
155: Isolated Sleep Paralysis.
156: Istikhara: Islamic Dream Incubation.
157: Journaling of Dreams.
158: Jung’s Dream Theory.
159: Jung’ The Red Book.
160: Jung’s Transcendent Function: Neurological Support.
161: Kleine–Levin Syndrome.
162: Leading Dream Groups.
163: Literature and Dreams.
164: Little Dreams.
165: Logical Structure of Dreams and Their Relation to Reality.
166: Lucid Dreaming.
167: Lucid Dreaming in Sports.
168: Lucid Dreaming Therapy for Nightmares.
169: Lucid Nightmares.
List of Entries.
Guide to Related Topics.
1: Meaning of Dreams via Dream Interpretation.
2: Media Use and Nightmares.
3: Media Use and Sleep in Children and Adolescents.
4: Medications Altering Dreaming.
5: Medieval Hagiography and Dreams.
6: Melatonin Therapy for the Sleep Disorders of Children.
7: Methodological Challenges in the Scientific Study of Dreams.
8: Middle Ages and Dreams.
9: Mugwort: A Dream-Stimulating Herb.
10: Music and Dreams.
12: Narcolepsy and Dreaming.
13: Narcolepsy and Sleep Paralysis, Hypnopompic/Hypnagogic Hallucinations.
14: Narcolepsy Symptoms, Abnormal Rem Sleep, and Hypocretin Deficiency.
15: Native American Dreams.
16: Neural Metaphor and Dreams.
17: Neuroanatomical Correlates of Dream Censorship.
18: Neuroanatomical Correlates of Dreamwork.
19: Neuroanatomy of Dreams.
20: Neuroanatomy of REM Sleep and Depression.
21: Neurobiology of Psychoanalysis in Wake and REM Sleep.
22: Neurofeedback for Sleep Problems.
23: Neuropsychology of Lost Dream Recall.
24: Nightly Sleep Duration and Mortality: The Story of a U-Shaped Relationship.
25: Nightmare Content in Adults.
27: Objective and Subjective Dreams.
28: Obstructive Sleep Apnoea, Metabolism, and Hormones.
29: Olfactory Stimuli and Dreams.
30: Overgeneral Memories.
31: Parapsychology and Dreams.
32: Parasomnias and Nocturnal Frontal Lobe Epilepsy.
33: Partial Sleep Deprivation.
34: Phasic Ponto–Geniculo–Occipital/Pontine Wave (PGO/P-Wave).
35: Philosophy of Mind and Dream Characters.
36: Photography and Dreams.
37: Phylogenetic Comparative Methods and Sleep.
38: Phylogeny of Sleep.
39: Phylogeny of Sleep Database.
40: Pittsburgh Sleep Quality Index.
41: Play and the Dream.
42: Poetry and Dreams.
43: Portable Monitoring of Sleep.
44: Precognitive Dreaming.
45: Prefrontal Cortex in Dreaming.
46: Pregnancy Dreams.
47: Primary Disorders of Hypersomnolence and Dreams.
48: Psychiatric Diagnosis and Dreams.
49: Quaker Culture and Dreams.
50: Quality of Life and Sleep Disorders in Chronic Kidney Disease.
51: Qur’an and Dreams.
52: Rapid Eye Movement Sleep in Critically III Patients.
53: Recall of Dreams.
54: Regulation of Sleep and Wake Systems.
55: Religion and Dreams.
56: REM–NREM Dream Content Specializations.
57: REM Sleep Across the Lifespan.
58: REM Sleep Behavior Disorder.
59: REM Sleep Properties.
60: REM Sleep Properties as Neurobiological Endophenotypes of Schizophrenia.
61: REM Sleep-Related Motor Paralysis.
62: Reverse Learning Theory.
63: Role of Subcortical Structures in Dreaming.
64: Safety in Dream Groups.
65: School of Metaphysics Approaches to Dream Incubation.
66: Seasonal Affective Disorder in Sleep.
67: Self-Assessment Tools of Circadian Typology in Children, Adolescents, and Adults.
68: Self-Consciousness and Dreaming.
69: Self in Dreams, The.
70: Self-Organization from Chaos in Dreams.
71: Selfscape Dreams.
72: Serotonin in the Regulation of REM Sleep.
73: Sexual Dreams: Meaning and Practical Insight.
74: Shakespeare and Dreams.
75: Shamanism and Dreams.
76: Short Sleep.
77: Significance of Dreams in Western Australian Desert Aboriginal Worldview.
78: Sleep and Arthritis.
79: Sleep and Bird Songs.
80: Sleep and Brain Networks.
81: Sleep and Cardiometabolic Risk.
82: Sleep and Culture.
83: Sleep and Dreams in Psychiatric Disorders and Autism.
84: Sleep and Dreams in Western Antiquity.
85: Sleep and Evolution of Detailed Focal Vision.
86: Sleep and Growth Hormone Release.
87: Sleep and Mild Cognitive Impairment.
88: Sleep and Obesity.
89: Sleep and Shift Work.
90: Sleep and Suicide.
91: Sleep and the Endocrine System.
92: Sleep and the Generation of New Nerve Cells in the Adult Brain.
93: Sleep and the Metabolic Syndrome.
94: Sleep and Thermoregulation.
95: Sleep Apnea in Heart Failure.
96: Sleep as We Age.
97: Sleep Development in Infancy and Early Childhood.
98: Sleep Diaries.
99: Sleep Disordered Breathing in Teenagers.
100: Sleep Disorders and Dreaming.
101: Sleep Disorders in Patients with Chronic Kidney Disease.
102: Sleep Disorders in Patients with Heart Failure.
103: Sleep Disturbances in Posttraumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD).
104: Sleep, Dreams, and Personality.
105: Sleep, Dreams, and the Time Sense.
106: Sleep EEG across Adolescent Development.
107: Sleep Fragmentation.
108: Sleep in Adolescents.
109: Sleep in Aquatic Mammals.
110: Sleep in Children with Cancer.
111: Sleep in Disorders of Consciousness.
112: Sleep in Insects.
113: Sleep in Patients with Alzheimer’s Disease.
114: Sleep in Patients with Parkinson’s Disease.
115: Sleep in Patients with Wilson’s Disease.
116: Sleep, Inflammation, and Cardiovascular Disease.
117: Sleep Intensity and the Homeostatic Regulation of Sleep.
118: Sleep, Memory, and Dreams.
119: Sleep, Nightmares, and Psychiatry.
120: Sleep Pattern and Its Determining Factors in University Students.
121: Sleep Patterns in Patients with Acute Coronary Syndromes.
122: Sleep, Plasticity, and Metaplasticity.
123: Sleep Problems among Veterans of Foreign Wars.
124: Sleep, Psychiatric Disorders, and the Transdiagnostic Perspective.
125: Sleep Quality: A Behavioral Genetic Perspective.
126: Sleep-Related Hallucinations and Ghost Tales.
127: Sleep-Related Mental Activities in Insomnia: Role and Assessment.
128: Sleep Spindles.
129: Sleep Talking.
130: Sleep Variables and Handedness: Methodological Issues and State of the Field.
131: Sleepiness and Driving.
132: Sleeping and Dreaming Patterns in the Context of Attachment Relationships.
133: Social Network Analysis of Dream Content.
134: Sound-Work: The Neglected Sense in Working with Dream Images.
135: Space in Dreams.
136: Sports and Dreaming.
137: Stage behind the Eyes—Theater and Dreams.
138: Stages of Sleep and Associated Waveforms.
139: Structural Analysis of Dream Narratives.
140: Subjective Experience across States of Sleep and Wakefulness.
141: Sumerian Dream Beliefs.
142: Survivors of the Holocaust and Rwandan Genocide: Dream Accounts.
144: Tarotpy Method.
145: Tau Protein and Sleep–Wake Cycle.
146: Teaching Courses on Dreams.
147: Teaching Dreams via Dream Lab.
148: Television Consumption and Dreaming.
149: Theoretical Models and Neural Basis.
150: Theory of Mind and Dreaming.
151: Threat Simulation Theory.
152: Traditional Korean Dreams.
153: Traffic Noise and Autonomic Arousals during Sleep.
154: Transcendent Dreams.
155: Trauma Treatment and Dreams.
156: Types of Consciousness in Dreams.
157: Ullman Method of Group Dreamwork.
158: The Unconscious and Dreams before Freud.
159: Use of Noninvasive Techniques in the Study of Dreaming.
160: Using Dreams in Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy.
161: Video Game Play and Dreams.
162: Visual Art and Dreams.
163: White Noise and Sleep.
164: Women’s Dreams across the Life Cycle.
Appendix: Additional Resources on Sleep.
About the Editors.
List of Contributors.