Neuropsychology Of The Dreaming Brain by Ken HowellNeuropsychology Of The Dreaming Brain by Ken Howell

Neuropsychology Of The Dreaming Brain

byKen Howell

Paperback | January 6, 2006

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'These grand personages who set out to discover the great truth and never quite find it, give me a pain.They can't find it because they are always looking in the wrong place."
- Galileo Galilee

Drs. Sigmund Freud, Carl Jung, and the giants of dream psychology in last century missed the mark. Finally, we get the answers and the evidence about sleep and dreaming we have sought:

  • Why we and all animals sleep
  • Why we dream and are they truly meaningful
  • Why we forget some dreams and remember others

    Through these answer, we learn about brain evolution and structure, ADC (after-death-contact), telepathy, precognition, schizophrenia, and much more. Empirically, psychology of any sort without an underlying neurological structure as its progenitor is not possible. Dreams are not possible without the neurological structure we have evolved to support dreaming. This neurological perspective of dreaming is the basis for all the implications of dreams you will explore and discover through the Neuropsychology of the Dreaming Brain.

Title:Neuropsychology Of The Dreaming BrainFormat:PaperbackDimensions:136 pages, 9 × 6 × 0.32 inPublished:January 6, 2006Publisher:IuniverseLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0595372619

ISBN - 13:9780595372614

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Rated 5 out of 5 by from a MUST... this book is a must for those scientifically minded individuals who are interested in studying dreams. The author has done a good amount of research and has put it in a much more simlplistic context...although "simple" is a relative term...If you want to understand this book, you do need quite a bit of knowledge and education. Since my field was never biological sciences, I had a bit of trouble with the terms used, but that didn't stop me from rating this book one of the best. It throughly describes the and somewhat answers the questions: "why we dream" and "what do dreams mean"
Date published: 2008-01-04