Children's Dreams and Nightmares: Emerging Trends in Research


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Alan B. Siegel (Guest Editor)
Vol. 15, No. 3, September 2005
Item #: 5731503
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About the special issue

This special issue fills a gap in the literature and gives a progress report on the nature and function of dreaming in childhood, developmentally related changes in the content of and ability to recall dreams, and unique characteristics of children's posttraumatic nightmares.

Articles in this issue

Children's Dreams and Nightmares: Emerging Trends in Research
Pages 147–154
Siegel, Alan B.

REM Dreaming in the Transition From Late Childhood to Adolescence: A Longitudinal Study
Pages 155–169
Strauch, Inge

Influence of Gender and Age in Aggressive Dream Content of Spanish Children and Adolescents
Pages 170–177
Oberst, Ursula; Charles, Cristian; Chamarro, Ander

Trauma, Dreaming, and Psychological Distress Among Kurdish Children
Pages 178–194
Punamäki, Raija-Leena; Ali, Karzan Jelal; Ismahil, Kamaran Hassan; Nuutinen, Johanna

Voices in My Dream: Children's Interpretation of Auditory Messages in Divine Dreams
Pages 195–204
Adams, Kate

Earliest Remembered Dreams
Pages 205–222
Bulkeley, Kelly; Broughton, Bitsy; Sanchez, Anita; Stiller, Joanne

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