Part CA Listing of Research into MPD (DID) & Dreams Because the potential benefits through dream therapy are great and still to be discovered, this section is covering the topic in greater depth than some of the other topics. For those who want to check the professional literature concerning dreams and their
relationship with MPD (DID) we provide the following list: Page 442 Franklin, J. (1990). "Dreamlike thought and dream mode processes in the formation of personalities in MPD." Dissociation, 3(2), pp. 70-80 Gabel, S. (1989) "Dreams as a possible reflection of a dissociated self-monitoring system" Journal of Nervous and Mental Disease, 177, pp. 560-568. Gabel, 5. (1990). "Dreams and dissociation theory: Speculations on beneficial aspects of their linkage." Dissociation, 3(1), pp. 38-47 Leviton, H.L. (1967) "Depersonalization and the dream." Psychoanalytic Quarterly, 36, pp. 157-171. Marmer, SS. (1980) The dream in dissociative states" In J.M. Natterson (ed, The dream in clinical practice (pp. NY Jason Aronson. Myers, WA. (1976). "Imaginary companions, fantasy twins, mirror dreams and depersonalization." Psychoanalytic Quarterly, 45, pp Peterson, E, Gooch, N.L., & Freeman, Li Nightmare. NY: Richardson & Steirman, 1987. Sidis, BA Clinical study of a dream personality." Journal of Abnormal Psychology, 13, pp 137-1 57. Ullman, M. (1989). "Commentary Dreams as a possible reflection of a dissociated self-monitoring system" Journal of Nervous and Mental Disease, 177, pp. 569-571.