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Freud

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Sigmund (1856–1939). Clinical neurologist and founder of psychoanalysis. Born in Freiberg in Moravia, and educated at the University of Vienna, he studied in Paris in 1885 under the neurologist J. M. Charcot, who encouraged him to investigate hysteria from a psychologic point of view. Freud stressed the existence of an unconscious that exerts a dynamic influence on consciousness, and was led to develop his method of “free association” in order to discover these buried memories. He emphasized the role of sexuality in the development of neurotic conditions, and published Interpretation of Dreams (1900), Psychopathology of Everyday Life (1901), and many more works. He was also director of the International Journal of Psychology. After fleeing the Nazi regime in Vienna in 1938, he died in London.

Freud

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Sigmund, Austrian neurologist and psychiatrist, 1856-1939, founder of psychoanalysis. See: freudian, freudian fixation, freudian psychoanalysis, freudian slip, Freud theory.

Freud, Sigmund

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Etymology: Austrian neurologist, 1856-1939
founder of a complex integrated theory of psychological causes of mental disorders, some, such as hysteria, with physical symptoms. Among tenets of freudian theory are that human beings are motivated by a pleasure principle; receive internal stimulation from a sex instinct and a death instinct; have personality structures that can be divided into ego, superego, and id; and have unconscious, preconscious, and conscious levels of mental activity. See also freudian, freudian fixation, freudianism.
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To borrow a term from his old teacher, Anna Freud, Bo was a psychological parent; to borrow his language, he was an insider breaking down barriers in Brandeisian terms, and an outsider seeking comfort in Frankfurterian perspective.
Posiblemente desde Anna Freud con la represion y aniquilacion de las tendencias agresivas.
In The Standard Edition of the Complete Psychological Works of Sigmund Freud, Volumes XVIII, translated from the German under the general editorship of James Strachey, in collaboration with Anna Freud, assisted by Alix Strachey and Alan Tyson.
Anna Freud denomino "identificacion con el agresor" a la conducta adaptativa que describe Sigmund Freud al referirse al nino como receptor pasivo de una orden.
Anna Freud, late in life, had stated that there was something incomplete about our understanding of hysteria--the founding illness of psychoanalysis.
This is an English translation of the work, first published in 1955, that was carried out by psychoanalyst Strachey with the assistance of Anna Freud, the daughter of Sigmund and an important psychoanalytic figure in her own right.
Quizas Anna Freud quien fue la Antigona de su padre, hubiera podido revelar estas cuestiones.
Volumen XVIII, ordenamiento, comentarios y notas de James Strachey, con la colaboracion de Anna Freud, Buenos Aires, Amorrortu Editores, 2001a, p.
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1991) Les Controverses Anna Freud - Melanie Klein, (19411945), PUF, Paris.
Royalties are distributed according to Monroe's will to Anna Strasberg who helps support the Lee Strasberg Theater Institute and to the Anna Freud Foundation in London, which has set up a special child treatment center called the Monroe Young Family Center.
1) Trata-se de Anna Freud, a cacula dos seis filhos de Freud e, afinal, a terceira de tres filhas.