Humphrey, Nicholas (2000) Dreaming as play. Behavioral and brain sciences, 23 (6). p. 953. ISSN 0140-525X
Dreaming can provide a marvelous opportunity for the “playful” exploration of dramatic events. But the chance to learn to deal with danger is only a small part of it. More important is the chance to discover what it is like to be the subject of strange but humanly significant mental states.
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