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Michael finds that most of his dreams are little more than random images that seemingly have been put into a strange storyline. Which theory of dreams best explains this?

a. Freudian dream theory b. dreams for survival theory c. activation-synthesis hypothesis d. Hall’s dreams as reflections of everyday life

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According to researchers, it was found out that the activation-synthesis hypothesis is a neurobiological theory of dreams. The theory says that dreams are the result of activity in our brain specifically in the pons region.

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