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what is manifest content?
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Manifest content: The content of a dream, fantasy, or thought as it is remembered and reported in psychoanalysis.
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According to psychoanalyst Sigmund Freud, the manifest content of a dream includes the actual images, thoughts and content contained within the dream. The manifest content is the elements of the dream that we remember upon awakening.

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