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The difference in Freud's explanations for dreams and that of the activation-synthesis hypothesis is primarily that dream events and images are in Freud's view representations of motives and conflicts, whereas activation-synthesis theory regards them ______.

▸ at face value

▸ as probable solutions

▸ as action plans

▸ as memories
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