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Focus upon relational issues in the dream lives of individuals in liminal times of 'crisis': Can developmental theory help us better understand dreams?
Two theoretical propositions have been widely adopted by many in the field of dream research within the Continuity Hypotheses of dreaming. This hypothesis posits that waking concerns and daily activities are reflected in individuals' dreams, and, that there are patterns of consistency/repetition in dreams over long periods of time. In the current study, the researchers argue that developmental theorists such Erikson (1950) and Hinde (1997) may provide additional theoretical insights whendoi:10.11588/ijodr.2021.2.78304 fatcat:fzrzsvmjx5hxrhkit2jjhlvole