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  1. Standard Edition of the Complete Psychological Works of Sigmund Freud Volume XIV (1914-1916): On the History of the Psycho-Analytic Movement, Papers on Metapsychology, and Other Works by Sigmund (1856-1939) Freud, 1962
  2. Sigmund Freud, 1856-1939;: An exhibition of the Goethe-Institut zur Pflege deutscher Sprache und Kultur im Ausland e.V., Munich by Harald Leupold-Lowenthal, 1972
  3. Biography - Freud, Sigmund (1856-1939): An article from: Contemporary Authors by Gale Reference Team, 2003-01-01
  4. Gale Encyclopedia of Psychology: Freud, Sigmund (1856-1939) by Gale Reference Team, 2001-01-01
  5. Freud, Sigmund (1856-1939): An entry from SJP's <i>St. James Encyclopedia of Popular Culture</i> by Tina Gianoulis, Ava Rose, 2000
  6. Dora: An Analysis of a Case of Hysteria. Collier Books Edition of The Collected Papers of Sigmund Freud by Sigmund (1856-1939) Freud, 1969
  7. Group psychology and the analysis of the ego / by Sigmund Freud ; authorized translation by James Strachey by Sigmund (1856-1939). James Strachey (transl.) Freud, 1922-01-01
  8. Civilization and its discontents / by Sigmund Freud ; translated from the German by Joan Riviere by Sigmund (1856-1939) Freud, 1946
  9. Civilization, War and Death: Selections from Three Works by Sigmund Freud. Psychoanalytical Epitomes No. 4 by Sigmund (1856-1939) Freud, 1939
  10. The PASSIONS Of The MIND. A Biographical Novel of Sigmund Freud. by Sigmund. 1856 - 1939]. Stone, Irving [1903 - 1989]. [Freud, 1971
  11. History of the Psychoanalytic Movement. The Collected Papers of Signumd Freud, edited by Philip Rieff [Volume 1] by Sigmund (1856-1939) Freud, 1963
  12. Group psychology and the analysis of the ego. by Sigm. Freud by Freud. Sigmund. 1856-1939., 1922-01-01
  13. Group psychology and the analysis of the ego, by Sigm. Freud ... Authorized translation by James Strachey by Sigmund (1856-1939) Freud, 1945
  14. Theoretische Schriften (1911-1925) / von Sigm. Freud by Sigmund (1856-1939) Freud, 1931

1. Sigmund Freud [Internet Encyclopedia Of Philosophy]
Sigmund Freud (18561939) Sigmund Freud, physiologist, medical doctor, psychologist and father of psychoanalysis, is generally recognised as one of

2. Sigmund Freud
SIGMUND FREUD 1856 1939 Dr. C. George Boeree

3. A Science Odyssey People And Discoveries Sigmund Freud
Sigmund Freud 1856 1939. Sigmund Freud was born in the Austro-Hungarian Empire in 1856. His father was a small time merchant, and Freud's mother

4. Sigmund Freud (1856-1939).
Sigmund Freud (18561939) Freud took up the study of medicine at Vienna; he eventually choose a specialty, neurology.

5. Friedrich Nietzsche
In the years to follow, Salom would become an associate of Sigmund Freud, and would write with psychological insight of her association with

6. Sigmund Freud Austrian Originator Of Psycho-Analysis
Sigmund Freud was born on May 6, 1856 at Freiberg, Moravia, now Pribor in the Czech Republic. Freud developed the techniques of "Psycho

7. Sigmund Freud (1856-1939) Consolidated Database Entry
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8. MSN Encarta - Sigmund Freud
I Introduction. Print Preview of Section. Freud, Sigmund (18561939), Austrian physician, neurologist, and founder of psychoanalysis.

9. ArtLex On Surrealist Art
Influenced by the theories of the pioneer of psychoanalysis, Sigmund Freud (German, 18561939), the images found in surrealist works are as

10. Sigmund Freud (1856-1939)
Freud, Sigmund (18561939), Austrian physician, neurologist, and founder of psychoanalysis.

11. Biographie: Sigmund Freud, 1856-1939
Kurzbiographie des ¶sterreichischen Mediziners und Begr¼nder der Psychoanalyse.
Sigmund Freud
Umzug der Familie nach Wien.
Promotion in Medizin.
Anstellung am Allgemeinen Krankenhaus in Wien. Freud ist an der Entdeckung der schmerzstillenden Wirkung des Kokains beteiligt.
Habilitation in Neuropathologie in Wien.
Gemeinsam mit Josef Breuer (1842-1925) stellt er in "Studien über die Hysterie" die Methode der freien Assoziation vor. Da die Ursache seelischer Störungen verdrängte traumatische Erfahrungen seien, kann der Analytiker durch Deutung spontaner Äußerungen von Patienten auf deren verschlüsselte Ängste schließen und den Patienten von seiner Neurose befreien.
Freud formuliert in einem Brief an Wilhelm Fliess nach selbstanalytischen Betrachtungen den "Ödipus-Komplex": Er bemerkt seine Verliebtheit in seine Mutter bei gleichzeitiger Eifersucht gegen den Vater und hält sie für allgemeingültig. Damit ersetzt er die Lehre vom pathogenen Trauma durch die Lehre von der pathogenen Wunscherfüllung.
"Die Traumdeutung" erscheint. Freud führt hier die grundlegenden Begriffe der frühen Psychoanalyse ein. Der Hauptantrieb menschlichen Verhaltens entspringe unterbewußten kindlichen Sexualphantasien, denen gesellschaftliche Normierungen gegenüberstehen. Mittels "Sublimierung" kann der Mensch die unterdrückte Libido in kulturelle Leistungen umwandeln. Träume seien verschlüsselte Hinweise auf den Konflikt zwischen menschlichen Wünschen und Verboten.

12. Sigmund Freud [Internet Encyclopedia Of Philosophy]
Sigmund Freud (18561939). Sigmund Freud, physiologist, medical doctor, psychologist and father of psychoanalysis, is generally recognised as one of the
Sigmund Freud (1856-1939)
Table of Contents (Clicking on the links below will take you to those parts of this article) 1. Life
Studies in Hysteria , jointly published by Freud and Breuer in 1895.
Shortly thereafter, however, Breuer, found that he could not agree with what he regarded as the excessive emphasis which Freud placed upon the sexual origins and content of neuroses, and the two parted company, with Freud continuing to work alone to develop and refine the theory and practice of psychoanalysis. In 1900, after a protracted period of self-analysis, he published The Interpretation of Dreams , which is generally regarded as his greatest work, and this was followed in 1901 by The Psychopathology of Everyday Life , and in 1905 by Three Essays on the Theory of Sexuality . Freud's psychoanalytic theory was initially not well received - when its existence was acknowledged at all it was usually by people who were, as Breuer had foreseen, scandalised by the emphasis placed on sexuality by Freud - and it was not until 1908, when the first International Psychoanalytical Congress was held at Salzburg, that Freud's importance began to be generally recognised. This was greatly facilitated in 1909, when he was invited to give a course of lectures in the United States, which were to form the basis of his 1916 book Five Lectures on Psycho-Analysis . From this point on Freud's reputation and fame grew enormously, and he continued to write prolifically until his death, producing in all more than twenty volumes of theoretical works and clinical studies. He was also not adverse to critically revising his views, or to making fundamental alterations to his most basic principles when he considered that the scientific evidence demanded it - this was most clearly evidenced by his advancement of a completely new tripartite (

13. Sigmund Freud (1856-1939)
Freud, Sigmund (18561939), Austrian physician, neurologist, and founder of psychoanalysis. Freud was born in Freiberg (now Príbor, Czech Republic),
Sigmund Freud (1856-1939) Special thanks to the Microsoft Corporation for their contribution to our site.  The following information came from Microsoft Encarta. Here is a hyperlink to the Microsoft Encarta home page.
Freud, Sigmund (1856-1939), Austrian physician, neurologist, and founder of psychoanalysis. Freud was born in Freiberg (now Príbor, Czech Republic), on May 6, 1856, and educated at the University of Vienna. When he was three years old his family, fleeing from the anti-Semitic riots then raging in Freiberg, moved to Leipzig. Shortly thereafter, the family settled in Vienna, where Freud remained for most of his life. Although Freud's ambition from childhood had been a career in law, he decided to become a medical student shortly before he entered the University of Vienna in 1873. Inspired by the scientific investigations of the German poet Goethe, Freud was driven by an intense desire to study natural science and to solve some of the challenging problems confronting contemporary scientists. In his third year at the university Freud began research work on the central nervous system in the physiological laboratory under the direction of the German physician Ernst Wilhelm von Brücke. Neurological research was so engrossing that Freud neglected the prescribed courses and as a result remained in medical school three years longer than was required normally to qualify as a physician. In 1881, after completing a year of compulsory military service, he received his medical degree. Unwilling to give up his experimental work, however, he remained at the university as a demonstrator in the physiological laboratory. In 1883, at Brücke's urging, he reluctantly abandoned theoretical research to gain practical experience.

14. Sigmund Freud (1856-1939).
Freud took up the study of medicine at Vienna; he eventually choose a specialty, neurology. Freud advanced the theory.

Sigmund Freud
Freud took up the study of medicine at Vienna; he eventually choose a specialty, neurology. While no evolutionist would argue with Freud's theory of the Universe Freud's extended views have gotten us into some serious difficulty. He advanced the theory "that hysteria can be cured by making a patient recall painful memories under hypnosis." His colleagues frowned, and Freud changed over from neurology to psychopathology. Freud was big on hypnosis, but it eventually took a second seat to another of his ideas, that of "free association." Freud placed much emphasis on infantile sexuality and emphasized that many of our problems in later life come from our relationships with our parents, the so-called Oedipus complex. The symptoms of neurosis, according to Freud, "are essentially substitute gratifications for unfulfilled sexual wishes." From Freud's teachings sprang a whole industry; which has milked, and continues to milk, most all of western society; as a sizable portion of the population goes about psychoanalyzing their fellows. This intrusive Freudian exercise, I might add, is carried out, mainly, at the expense of the hard working portion of the population who would hardly think they have any need for psychoanalysis themselves; nor, if they knew something of the subject, would they consider that anyone else needs it either, and certainly not at their expense. Some disagreed with Freud and his central emphasis on sexuality, but basically most practitioners of psychiatry today would agree with fundamental Freudian principles. Freud's work effected a profound revolution in man's attitude towards, and comprehension of, his mental processes, constituting after

15. Sigmund Freud
Sigmund Freud (18561939) - in full Sigismund Schlomo Freud. Austrian psychiatrist and founder of psychoanalysis, the most influential psychological
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B C D ... Z by birthday from the calendar Credits and feedback SIGMUND FREUD (1856-1939) - in full Sigismund Schlomo Freud Austrian psychiatrist and founder of psychoanalysis, the most influential psychological theorist of 20th-century. Freud's theories, including the concept of the Oedipus complex, have had an enormous influence on art, literature, and social thinking. Freud's fundamental idea was that all humans are endowed with an unconscious in which potent sexual and aggressive drives, and defenses against them, struggle for supremacy. Freud once stated: "The only unnatural sexual behavior is none at all." It is often asserted that Freud "discovered" the unconscious mind. However, the idea is found in the work of many thinkers and authors from the times of Homer. "The interpretation of dreams is the royal road to a knowledge of the unconscious activities of the mind." (from The Interpretation of Dreams Sigmund Freud was born of Jewish parentage in Freiburg, Moravia, Austria-Hungary (now the Czech Republic), the first of seven children. His mother Amalia Nathansohn was twenty years younger than his father, the wool merchant Jakob Freud; Amalia was his third wife. The family moved in 1860 to Vienna, where discriminating laws against the Jews had been canceled during 1850s and 1860s. Freud studied medicine at the University of Vienna under Josef Breuer, a Viennese physician. Breuer had with some success treated patients by encouraging them to "talk out" their past under hypnosis. In 1895 they coauthored

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Classics in the history of psychology This Web site makes available electronically the full text of a number of scholarly works in the history of psychology and related disciplines. The site currently (June 2005) contains the text of 25 books and 200 articles and chapters of works, all within the public domain. The site also provides links to nearly 200 works on other sites. The texts themselves cover a range of subjects, including ancient, medieval and modern thought to more specific topics in 19th and 20th Century psychology. The list of online texts may be browsed by author or subject and it is also possible to search texts by keywords. Selected authors include Charles Darwin, Sigmund Freud, James Hume and Carl Jung. All texts are in English. The resource has been developed by Christopher Green, Associate Professor at the Department of Psychology, York University, Toronto. Psychology History, Modern 1601- History, Medieval History, Ancient ... Freud Museum Web site of the Freud Museum, London. The museum is located in the Freud family's London home which they lived in after fleeing Austria following the Nazi annexation in 1938. The site provides details of the museum's collections and services, including an archive, library and photographic library. There are browsable lists for items contained within the archive and libraries. Information is provided about the museum's educational programme, including information for teachers. There is also a list of the museum's publications and details of past and forthcoming conferences arranged by the museum. Short guides to the museum are available in French, German, Italian, Portuguese and Spanish. The site also hosts some biographical and bibliographical information relating to Sigmund Freud, including a timeline of his life and works and biographical information about his daughter, Anna Freud. There is also an online exhibition entitled "The interpretation of dreams".

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Sigmund Freud, the Austrian founder of psychoanalysis, the Copernicus of the Mind , and father of Anna Freud, was born at Freiburg, Moravia, of Jewish parents. Inspired by Goethe's essay on nature, Freud studied medicine at Vienna but original work in physiology delayed his graduation until 1881. He then specialized in neurology and, stimulated by the discoveries of the Viennese physician Josef Breuer, that hysteria can be cured by making a patient recall painful memories under hypnosis, studied under Jean Martin Charcot in Paris (1885) and changed over from neurology to psychopathology. Upon his return to Vienna he published two studies on aphasia and cerebral paralysis, before risking, with Breuer, the joint publication of Studien über Hysterie Finding hypnosis inadequate, Freud gradually substituted the method of free association , allowing his patients to ramble on with his or her thoughts when in a state of relaxed consciousness and, interpreting the data, an abundance of childhood and dream recollections. He became convinced of the fact of infantile sexuality. This became the basis of his theory and cost him his friendship with Breuer (1897), lost him many patients and isolated him from the conservative medical profession. He worked on alone, publishing in 1900 his greatest work, The Interpretation of Dreams , an exhaustive study of dream material, including his own, which showed that dreams, like neuroses, are disguised manifestations of repressed wishes of a sexual origin.

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