睡眠と夢(第3版)<br>Sleep and Dreaming (3TH)

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睡眠と夢(第3版)
Sleep and Dreaming (3TH)

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  • 製本 Paperback:紙装版/ペーパーバック版/ページ数 254 p.
  • 言語 ENG
  • 商品コード 9780333947654
  • DDC分類 612.821

基本説明

Critically analysing recent research by psychologists and neuroscientists and reviewing historical and cultural beliefs about dreams.

Full Description


Everyone sleeps and everyone dreams. Yet we are almost entirely unconscious of what is happening to us when we sleep and we forget almost all of our dreams. This third edition of a classic introduction to the subject provides a fascinating insight into this most universal of subjects, critically analysing recent research by psychologists and neuroscientists (much of which has been published in the last ten years) and reviewing historical and cultural beliefs about dreams. Sleep and Dreaming is a comprehensive and rigorous text for undergraduate students, offering a rewarding and engaging introduction to the field. new_to_this_edition Contains much new material, particularly on the physiology of sleepA new chapter by Professor Michael Wang on the psychological treatment of insomnia

Table of Contents

Preface to the Third Edition                       ix
Acknowledgments xii
A Note on Michael Wang xiii
Part I The Context of Sleep Research
The Obvious: Beliefs About Sleep and Dreaming 3 (17)
Sleep folklore 3 (13)
The interpretation of dreams 16 (4)
Studying Sleep in the Laboratory 20 (21)
The story of the electroencephalograph (EEG) 20 (2)
Modern EEG techniques 22 (3)
The EEG during sleep 25 (6)
Sleep norms 31 (10)
Part II The Experience of Sleep
The Dreams of Rapid Eye Movement Sleep 41 (10)
The natural history of dreaming 41 (5)
Experimental investigations 46 (5)
The Quality of the Sleeping Experience 51 (20)
The experience of sleep 51 (9)
Some memorable dream themes 60 (11)
What is a Dream? 71 (14)
A description of dreaming 71 (1)
The psychoanalytic approach 72 (2)
Some recent ideas 74 (11)
PART III THE PHYSIOLOGY AND NATURAL HISTORY OF
SLEEP
The Physiology of Sleep 85 (27)
Biological rhythms and sleep 85 (13)
Hormonal changes correlated with sleep and 98 (6)
circadian rhythm
Physiological mechanisms of sleep and waking 104 (3)
Neurophysiology of the sleep states 107 (5)
Sleep Disturbance 112 (16)
The effects of sleep deprivation 112 (6)
Schedules of sleep 118 (6)
Practical implications of sleep disturbance 124 (4)
The Psychology of Sleep 128 (14)
Perception and memory in sleep 128 (7)
Behaviour during sleep 135 (3)
Waking up 138 (4)
Determinants of Sleep Quality 142 (10)
Food, exercise and sleep 142 (2)
The effects of drugs on sleep 144 (8)
The Sleep of Animals 152 (11)
Mammals 153 (6)
Birds and reptiles 159 (2)
Hibernation 161 (2)
The Evolution and Functions of Sleep 163 (16)
Restorative theories 164 (5)
Is sleep a waste of time? 169 (3)
Evolution and sleep 172 (7)
PART IV SLEEP DISORDERS
Adult Sleep Disorders 179 (17)
The nature and scale of sleep disorders 179 (4)
Types of sleep disorder 183 (8)
Cures and palliatives 191 (5)
The Psychological Treatment of Insomnia (by 196 (13)
Michael Wang)
A note on the nature of insomnia 196 (1)
Aetiological theories 197 (1)
Assessment 198 (1)
Intervention 199 (8)
Meta-analyses of outcome studies 207 (1)
Conclusion 208 (1)
Children's Sleep Problems 209 (8)
Infancy 209 (1)
Toddlers 210 (4)
Disorders of arousal 214 (1)
Adolescence 215 (2)
Postscript and Further Reading 217 (2)
Appendix: The Hull Sleep and Dreaming 219 (3)
Questionnaire
References 222 (27)
Index 249