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In psychoanalysis, an aspect of dreamwork denoting the quality of ideas that have been transformed so as to be capable of representation by visual images. Sigmund Freud (1856–1939) discussed considerations of representability in 1900 in his book The Interpretation of Dreams (Standard Edition, IV-V, at pp. 539–49).

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