Portland State University. Department of Psychology
Hugo M. Maynard
Date of Publication
Master of Science (M.S.) in Psychology
1 online resource (76 p.)
The present study explores the knowledge, attitudes, and opinions about dreams held by 394 high school, community college, and university students, and examines the interrelations among these students' responses to questions concerning such knowledge, attitudes, and opinions. A modified and extended form of George Domino's Questionnaire About Dreams (QAD) was used for obtaining a descriptive account of students' orientations toward dreams. Scales were developed for summarizing respondents' orientations toward dreams, and the reliability and validity of these scales was investigated. The reliability of scales for assessing respondents' attitudes, psychodynamic orientation, and to a lesser degree paranormal orientation was demonstrated. A reliable measure of factual knowledge about dreams was not demonstrated.
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Governale, John Philip, "Students' orientations toward dreams and the development of scales for their measurement" (1990). Dissertations and Theses. Paper 4097.