From Freud to acetylcholine: Does the AAOM suffice to construct a dream?

Behavioral and Brain Sciences 36 (6):626-628 (2013)
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Toward illuminating the structure of Llewellyn's dream theory, I compare it in formal terms to Freud's dream theory. An alternative to both of these dream machines, grounded in the distribution of cholinergic activation in the central nervous system, is presented. It is suggested that neither nor dream theory is sufficient to account for the properties of dreams



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