Dreams

Type of psychology: Cognition; consciousness

Fields of study: Classic analytic themes and issues; cognitive processes; sleep; thought

Dreams are the series of images, thoughts, and feelings that occur in the mind of the sleeping person. Dreams are usually confused with waking reality while they are occurring. Distinctive neurological phenomena are associated with the production of dreams, and diverse psychological experiences are conveyed in dreaming.

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