- Words: 1242
- Length: 4 Pages
- Topic: Psychology
- Paper #: 11714942
We experience a world roughly parallel to our usual visual-spatial one, though as noted, with some broader or wilder elements.
Furthermore, dreaming avoids the most "tightly woven," "over learned" portions of the nets. His research further shows that we dream very little of well-learned familiar tasks such as reading, typing, writing, or calculating, even when we spend hours per day of our waking lives on these tasks. (Hartmann 6)