Psychodynamic Neurology: Dreams, Consciousness, and Virtual Realty presents a novel way of thinking about the value of dreaming, based in solid comprehension of scientific research on sleep and dreams, but with deep understanding of psychoanalytic and other interpretations of dreams.This book:Surveys the remarkable history of sleep research over th
Historical Background: The Mind-Brain Schism of 1900. Neurological Development: Sleep and Dream Science. Lucid Dreaming: Splitting Primary and Secondary Consciousness. Hypnosis: Entering The Brain-Mind via the Brain Stem Cellar. Let There Be Light: Information Creation and Management. Central Heating: Keeping Warm While Dreaming. Religion and Sexuality: A Civil War in the Brain-Mind. The Psychodynamic Ego: An Epigenetic Self. The Transcendental Ego: Art and Science of the Brain-Mind. Instincts and Emotions: Ethology of the Brain-Mind. Psychopathology: Dysfunction of the Brain-Mind. Memory: Epigenetic and Experiential Aspects. Post-Freudian Revisions: Further Attacks on Psychoanalysis and Alternative Models. Altered States: Toward a Science of the Brain-Mind. Brain-Mind Dream Interpretation: A New Project for Scientific Psychology.