Papers by Ernest Hartmann M.D.

Hi, this is Dr. Ernest Hartmann. I have been asked repeatedly to make my work more accessible online. So here are some recent published papers, as well as a few unpublished talks in the form of Powerpoint presentations. They deal with dreaming, daydreaming, Boundaries in the Mind (Thick and Thin Boundaries) and some related topics.  My two most recent books are The Nature and Functions of Dreaming ( Oxford 2011) and Boundaries: A New Way to Look at the World (CIRCC 2011). If you are interested especially in dreams, there is a lot of good material at ASDreams.org.

If you have an important comment or question feel free to e-mail me at EHdream@aol.com

Dreaming The Contemporary Theory Presented to the Boston Psychoanalytic Society 2007 (PowerPoint)

 The Boundary Questionnaire (MS Word)

 Boundaries in the Mind Past Research and Future Directions NAJP 3 347to368 (MS Word)

 Boundaries and Dreams06(MS Word)

Boundaries and peace (MS Word)

 LIFEGUIDE A Plan to Reduce Crime Child Abuse and Mental Illness 1995 unpublished (MS Word)

 The Nature and Functions of Dreaming in The New Science of Dreaming III 171to192 (MS Word)

 Scoring Dreams for Contextualizing Images 2007 (MS Word)

A Systematic Change in Dreams After 9 11 01 SLEEP 2008 (MS Word)

The Boundary Continuum and the Focused Waking to Dreaming Continuum presented to NECSI 2007
(PowerPoint)

 The Central Image makes Big Dreams big 2008 Dreaming(MS Word)

 We Do Not Dream of the 3 Rs Implications for the Nature of Dreaming and Mentation 2000 Dreaming 10 103to111(MS Word)

The Contemporary Theory of Dreaming 2006 to 2007 Powerpoint(PowerPoint)

 Dreaming always makes new connections (MS Word)

 Meteorite or Gemstone (MS Word)

“Big” Dreams: an Analysis. In Dreaming 21: 157-167 , 2011
(Journal Article)

IASD 2012_The Dream is a Poem (PowerPoint)

 

Bibliography as of 9-2011
For expanded website and more information, please go to ernesthartmann.org.

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