Vol 4, No 2 (October 2011)

Table of Contents


Distinguishing continuity/discontinuity, function and insight when investigating dream content PDF
Mark Blagrove 45-47
Testing the Continuity Hypothesis PDF
Kelly Bulkeley 48-49
Dreams Are Embodied Simulations That Dramatize Conception and Concerns: The Continuity Hypothesis in Empirical, Theoretical, and Historical Context PDF
G. William Domhoff 50-62
The Continuity versus Discontinuity Hypotheses: A Consideration of Issues for Coding Video Game Incorporation PDF
Jayne Isabel Gackenbach, Tyler Sample, Gabe Mandel 63-76
Continuity? Yes, Emotional Continuity PDF
Ernest Hartmann 77
Re-defining discontinuity: Implications for the functions of dreaming PDF
Caroline Linda Horton, Josie E. Malinowski 78-80
The continuity and discontinuity between waking and dreaming from the perspective of an analytical psychological construct PDF
Bob Hoss 81-83
The Synthesis of Dream Sources PDF
David Kahn 84-85
Themes of Continuity PDF
Josie Malinowski, Caroline L. Horton 86-92
Lucid dreaming: discontinuity or continuity in consciousness? PDF
Tadas Stumbrys 93-97


Presence in Video Game Play and Nighttime Dreams: An Empirical Inquiry PDF
Jayne Isabel Gackenbach, Matthew Rosie 98-109
False awakenings in light of the dream protoconsciousness theory: a study in lucid dreamers. PDF
Giorgio Buzzi 110-116
Learning Lucid Dreaming and its Effect on Depression in Undergraduates PDF
Isaac Yitzhak Taitz 117-126
Dreams of a romantic partner in a dream series: Comparing relationship periods with periods of being separated PDF
Michael Schredl 127-131

Book/Media Reviews

Book review The Twenty-four Hour Mind – The Role of Sleep and Dreaming in Our Emotional Lives by Rosalind D. Cartwright PDF
Michael Schredl 132-135