I was never the biggest fan of biology or medical science, but it would be a lie if I say I was never fascinated about studying psychology. Since we are talking about dreams, it needs no saying that psychology is majorly involved in our discussion.
Now let’s get introduced to this Psychoanalytic theory of dreams to understand the concept in a bit better way. In this theory, dreams are believed to represent unconscious desires, wish fulfillment, and personal conflicts. Dreams give us a way to act out unconscious desires in the safety of an unreal setting, because acting them out in reality would be unacceptable.
To know more about it, you can click the link below:
Importance of dreams in psychology
Dreams help us take the sting out of our painful emotional experiences during the hours we are asleep, so that we can learn from them and carry on with our lives.
Also there’s a book by Sigmund Freud for psychoanalysis for beginners known as “Dream Psychology”, and I’m attaching its link below:
But if you are in a hurry, but also want to know about dreams and psychology, maybe this video will help: