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The Interpretation of Dreams in Web of Science
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  • 1. WEB OF SCIENCE℠ A resource uniquely positioned to reveal the vast influence of an individual such as Sigmund Freud.
  • 2. Dr.
Sigmund
Freud,

the
father
of
psychoanalysis,

has
his
supporters and
of
course
his
many
detractors.
Regardless
of
which
stance
most psychologists,
psychiatrists,
and
scholars
take,
all
would
agree
that Freud’s
work
was
pioneering
and
massively
influenDal
as
a
catalyst for
ongoing
development
of
psychological
theory. Freud
considered
his
most
important
work
to be
The
Interpreta+on
of
Dreams,
first published
in
the
original
German
in
1899.

It is
the
source
of
many
of
his
most
well
known concepts.
Regarding
this
work,
he
comments, "Insight
such
as
this
falls
to
one's
lot
but
once in
a
lifeDme.“ The
tremendous
popularizaDon
of
Freud’s works
post‐WW
II

served
to

incorporate
a great
deal
of
Freudian
theory
into mainstream
culture
–
as
any
recent
reference to
a
“Freudian
slip”
will
prove. Freudian
theories
of
personality
are
a
part
of any
scholarly
discussion
of
the
foundaDons
of psychology
–
at
basic
undergraduate
levels
as well
as
advanced
studies. Web
of
Science
is
a
resource
uniquely posiDoned
to
reveal
the
vast
influence
of
an individual
such
as
Sigmund
Freud.
  • 3. As
an
example
–
an
undergraduate,
for
a
300‐level
course in
Personality
Theory,

is
looking
to
write
a
paper
on
some unique
aspect
of
Freud’s
influence,
and
in
parDcular
The Interpreta+on
of
Dreams. Begin
with
Web
of
Science. Why? Diversity
–
Web
of
Science
is
truly
mul6disciplinary,
a
core
objec6ve
within
our
overall collec6on
development
philosophy.
Natural
Sciences,
Social
Sciences,
Arts
&
Humani6es
‐ coverage
of
founda6onal
journal
literature
across
disciplines. Unmatched
Capabili5es
–
Our
journal
coverage
in
the
Natural
and
Social
sciences
is available
back
to
1900,

in
the
Arts
&
Humani6es
to
1975.
For
all
of
this
content
we
have captured
author
cited
references.
So
if
your
library
holds
Web
of
Science
files
from
1980 forward,
or
1945
forward,

or
1900
forward,
know
that
your
users
have
unique
paths
of discovery
that
are
simply
unavailable
elsewhere
given
Web
of
Science
breadth
and
depth
of coverage. Try
this.
  • 4. Though
Web
of
Science
indexes
journals
and
conference proceedings,
papers
within
these
publicaDons
can
cite
anything. Web
of
Science
captures
and
presents
all
author
cited
sources
– journal
arDcles,
dissertaDons,
films,
plays,
works
of
art,
and
of course
books
such
as
The
Interpreta+on
of
Dreams. Search,
very
simply
and
easily,
on
any
possible
cited
source
to discover
related
informaDon
you’d
not
reveal
in
any
other
way. Confirm
the
cited
source
on
which
you’ve
searched. The
Web
of
Science
Cited
Reference
Index
allows
you
to
do this
before
compleDng
the
search. Given
our
breadth
and
depth
‐
there
is
nothing
comparable.
  • 5. So
‐‐
through
the
cited
reference
search
the student
is
not
searching
through
keywords, but
through
related
concepts
Ded
together by
cited
references. Just
a
glance
at
the
iniDal
summary
indicate the
results
are
extremely
interesDng But
–
we
want
to
beer
focus
on
the influence
of
The
Interpreta+on
of
Dreams. Refine
Results
makes
this
an
easy
step. We
see
an
amazing
array
of
disciplines represented,
many
we’d
expect,
and
many we’d
not
expect.
  • 6. The
Interpreta+on
of
Dreams
–
what
might be
its
various
influences
on
studies
within Management?
Art?
Religion? Let’s
look
at
“Law”. Even
with
a
single
discipline,
there
are many
direcDons
we
can
go
with
this.
  • 7. In
Web
of
Science,
from
a
single
valuable arDcle,
follow
the
paths
of
discovery
that present
themselves. With
lile
effort
– compile
informaDon that
is
right
on
target. Just
follow
the
links. Web
of
Science
content and
unique
data
make
it possible.

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