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Sunday, December 12, 1976
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A4-Palm Beach Post-Times. Sunday, December 12, 1976 Christmas Will Be Dreamy For Students of Psychology students to realize that dreaming is normal," he said. "Even though there may be some dreams that are quite disturbing, they can understand them and there are ways of understanding them." course could accommodate only 20, Talbot said. He said dreams are a symbolic attempt to resolve life's problems. They reflect life's realities, expose inhibitions and "finish up unfinished business" that may go all the way back to childhood. "I would like to try to help it is important that Talbot said people dream. J L WILLIAMSTOWN, Mass. (AP) -Twenty students from Williams College will spend Christmas vacation trying to find out the stuff that dreams are made of. Dr. Eugene Talbot, a Williams College psychologist, has asked them to keep "dream logs" to prepare for a new course, "Psychology 13, Dreams and Dreaming," that will begin in January. They will bring their dream diaries to class for interpretation. "The major focus will be on the functional use of dreams in normal daily life," Talbot said. "The dreams recorded will be the basis of our study of their functional use." Interest was so high, more than 300 students out of Williams' total enrollment of 1,900 applied for the course. But to be effective, the OKEECHOBEE BLVD. Palm foxh Dftdgt 1f- IMAGINATION IN WINDOW TREATMENTS 1 211 VERTICALS v w urr OLD OKEECHOME RD. 1" Mini Blinds Custom Blinds SHADED 686-7259 1UJ Donno Rd. W.P.I. Home Decorator Service SHOWROOM HOURS 1 1 -4 (St 39 VITALTESTS 11 1 ii- . -iJrTI l! I-.. -. :.: L;;OTC UPI TeKphoto Workers Overcome at Blast Site Get Oxygen Investigators Seek Chlorine Blast Cause BY OUR LICENSED MEDICAL STAFF Only 42(1 3 CALL NOW FOR APPOINTMENT 734-3080 I. 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