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In [[psychoanalysis]], '''representability''' is an aspect of [[dreamwork]] referring to the quality of ideas that have been transformed so as to be experienced as visual images in dreams.
 
In [[psychoanalysis]], '''representability''' is an aspect of [[dreamwork]] referring to the quality of ideas that have been transformed so as to be experienced as visual images in dreams.
   

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In psychoanalysis, representability is an aspect of dreamwork referring to the quality of ideas that have been transformed so as to be experienced as visual images in dreams.

Freud addressed the topic in The Interpretation of Dreams [1]

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  1. Freud, S. (1900). The Interpretation of Dreams. Standard edition, IV-V, 539-49.

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