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Thus even in these simple children’s dreams a difference remains between the latent and the manifest dream, there is a distortion of the latent dream-thought: the transformation of a thought into an experience. , p. 129] Dream distortion and age Freud also suggested specific limitations to the hypothesis of the lack of distortion in children’s dreams that concern the age of the child. For example, in 1911, Freud changed the sentence that appeared in the first edition of The Interpretation of Dreams, “The dreams of young children are [frequently] pure wish-fulfilments .

129). The daytime affective state from which the wishful dream originates Freud suggested that children’s dreams are a reaction, in sleep, to a daytime experience that has aroused and left in the child an affective state such as regret, nostalgia, disappointment, sorrow for a denied enjoyment, or for a unresolved wish or a state of impatience (Freud, 1900a, pp. 128–130, 1901a, p. 644, 1916–1917, p. 128). THE CHARACTERISTICS OF CHILDREN’S DREAMS DESCRIBED BY FREUD 23 A typical example is the one reported below: She had crossed the lake for the first time, and the crossing had been too short for her: when we reached the landing-stage she had not wanted to leave the boat and had wept bitterly.

By doctor’s orders he had been put on a milk diet for the past few days. On the evening of the dream-day he had been naughty, and as a punishment he had been sent to bed without his supper. [Freud, 1900a, p. 268] Here, Freud showed the daytime origins of the dream, but did not explain why the eater fails to appear in the dream. Freud later attributed the bizarre element of the dream to the fact that the child had started the development of the interiorization of moral norms, particularly, to obey the prohibition on dining by his parents.

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