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D'Amato, B. (2010). Aggression in Dreams—Intersecting Theories: Freud, Modern Psychoanalysis, Threat Simulation Theory. Mod. Psychoanal., 35(2):182-204.

(2010). Modern Psychoanalysis, 35(2):182-204

Aggression in Dreams—Intersecting Theories: Freud, Modern Psychoanalysis, Threat Simulation Theory

Barbara D'Amato, Psya.D

This paper explores the concept of aggression in dreams, as Freud, Spotnitz and Meadow, and the consciousness researcher Antti Revonsuo understand it. The remarkable similarities among divergent theoretical disciplines and the unique contributions of each theoretician regarding the significance of the manifest dream content are scrutinized. Clinical examples illustrate the application of these various theories.

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