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    Jonathan A Leonard,J Allan Hobson
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    The Box Bush Press; 1 edition (October 28, 2009)
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He is Professor of Psychiatry, Emeritus, Harvard Medical School, and Professor, Department of Psychiatry, Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center. Hobson grew up in Hartford, Connecticut. In 1955 he obtained his . degree from Wesleyan University. Four years later he earned his MD degree at Harvard Medical School in 1959.

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Allan Hobson is Professor of Psychiatry at Harvard Medical School and director of the Laboratory of Neurophysiology at the Massachusetts Mental Health Center. He is the author of The Dreaming Brain, Sleep, Consciousness, Dreaming as Delirium, and The Dream Drugstore.

Leonard, Jonathan . obson, J. Allan. Leonard, Jonathan . Allan,Dreamworld: How Your Brain Dreams And Why. 2009) Dreamworld :how your brain dreams and why Sandwich, MA : Box Bush Press, MLA Citation. Sandwich, MA : Box Bush Press, 2009. These citations may not conform precisely to your selected citation style. Please use this display as a guideline and modify as needed.

John M. Hobson, Leonard Seabrooke. Dreaming: A Very Short Introduction. Скачать (PDF) . Читать.

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Jonathan A Leonard, Foreword by J. Allan Hobson. The text breaks new ground in the dream-related areas of sleep, emotions, memory, dreaming consciousness, and other matters of interest to psychologists, neurologists, and students. This button opens a dialog that displays additional images for this product with the option to zoom in or out. Tell us if something is incorrect. Jonathan A Leonard, Foreword by J.

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Dreamworld explains much of the mystery about dreams. In the process, it provides a sound, appealing, and easily readable account of how the brain works, something useful for everyone interested in the brain and mind. At a more advanced level, in later chapters Dreamworld breaks new ground in the dream-related areas of sleep, emotions, memory, dreaming consciousness, and other matters of interest to psychologists, neurologists, and students of the brain. In sum, Dreamworld provides a sound well-written overview of what brain science has discovered about dreams and related matters in recent decades, giving its readers a fresh and current view of both the sleeping brain and dreams. (Excerpt:) "For the first time in human history, science is catching up with the truth about the mystery of dreams. The full account is not yet in. No future laureate has stepped forward to present a scientifically sound and compelling explanation of why dreams really are creative and why they seem prophetic. But myriad small revelations are sparkling like ocean ripples in the sun; a great tide is turning; and one who examines the surface of this dream ocean carefully can see the form of an important story waiting to be told. "The essence of that story is as follows: Dreams are not just accidents of Nature. Rather, they are part of a nightly process devised by Nature that is directed at improving the content of the mind. That process...is emotionally driven, so it picks up issues of concern to the dreamer. It combines memories in unusual ways,....and it works with a broader range of memories than those normally available to the conscious mind when the dreamer is awake. So it's not surprising that dreams should be creative. And since the brain is dedicated to foretelling the future by planning out responses to potential problems, it's not even surprising that some dreams should seem prophetic.' "This is a story worthy of much fuller development, and that is the purpose of this book....'