Freud

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Austrian neurologist who originated psychoanalysis (1856-1939)

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In The Standard Edition of the Complete Psychological Works of Sigmund Freud, Volume VII, translated from the German under the general editorship of James Strachey, in collaboration with Anna Freud, assisted by Alix Strachey and Alan Tyson.
Even Anna Freud, having no biological children of her
Anna Freud, "Psychoanalysis of the Child," in Carl Murchison, ed.
In addition, he has written biographies, the subjects of which indicate both his range of interests and the figures who have influenced him, including the physician-poet William Carlos Williams, the child psychologists Anna Freud and Erik Erikson, and the Christian social activists Dorothy Day, Simone Weil, and Daniel Berrigan.
It is interesting to note that she makes reference to a 1943 publication, similarly titled War and Children, in which the authors, Anna Freud and Dorothy Burlingame, address the effect that World War II was having on children.
According to a model first advanced by Anna Freud, stress causes perturbations in the ego's homeostasis, causing anxiety.
Anna Freud, the daughter and protegee of Sigmund Freud.
Bianca studies psychology and is in training analysis with Anna Freud.
We worked alongside Anna Freud, daughter of Sigmund, as she was a friend of my mother.
The work of Eric Erikson (1968), Anna Freud (1958), and Peter Blos (1962, 1967), rooted in concepts identified by Sigmund Freud, enunciated a male narrative of adolescent development.
He began writing as a young psychiatrist who was influenced early on by William Carlos Williams (who helped persuade him to go to medical school), Erik Erikson, and Anna Freud.
Coles is author of more than 50 books, including essays, poems, sketches of heroes such as Dorothy Day (to whose memory this book is dedicated), William Carlos Williams, Walter Percy, Flannery O'Connor, Simone Weil, Anna Freud (daughter of the famous psychoanalyst) and, of course, the studies of children: in Brazil, French Canada, Nicaragua, Northern Ireland, Poland, South Africa and Southeast Asia, as well as in the rural South and the urban ghettos of the United States.
Elisabeth Young-Bruehl's manifesto of her method in a minefield is worth putting on record as an apparent pattern for the practice of biography: thus (inter alia) |I have not used any statements in existing biographies of Freud or Anna Freud for which no primary documentation was cited; statements in published sources that were based upon uncited interview material have been disregarded; statements made to me in interviews have not been used unless corroborated by at least one other interviewee'.
The drive/structure model is best illustrated by the work of Sigmund Freud (1953-1974) and Anna Freud (1964-1981) and their disciples (Arlow & Brenner, 1964; Brenner, 1973; Fenichel, 1945), and the relational/structure model by the work of Melanie Klein (1964; 1975), W.
The author of five books, numerous essays on literary modernism, the current recipient of a Collaborative Research Grant to do further work on the unpublished work of James Joyce, she is currently writing the second volume of a trilogy, Modernism's Daughters, about Lucia Joyce, Mary de Rachewiltz, Anna Freud and the issues of inheritance that modernism poses to succeeding generations.