• anonymous
When a psychoanalytic therapist tells you what your dreams mean, he is giving you the ______________ part of the dream. Question 20 options: manifest conditional latent conscious
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  • anonymous
Hi there! I can help you with your question. :) According to Sigmund Freud, dreams reveal the innate and sometimes secret desires that humans have. The classic psychoanalytic approach depicts dreams as having two parts - the "manifest" part of the dream and the "latent" part. The "manifest" dream is what the dream appears to be focused on; the obvious meaning. The "latent" dream is the hidden meaning of the dream. A dream can be compared to an onion, which of course has a lot of layers. The "manifest" part is the outside layers. The "latent" part is deeper, and the meaning or significance can be traced to psychodynamic issues from all the way in childhood! Based on this you can eliminate choices "B" and "D" from your list. I hope this helped! :)

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