Freudian psychology

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the psychological theories of Sigmund Freud

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Inoue's discussion of Freudian psychology serves as a good example of the methodology used throughout the book (Inoue, 2012, p.
Those who believe in it say the therapy is rooted in respected Freudian psychology.
Many of the chief conceptual elements in both Marxist sociology and Freudian psychology have been massively disconfirmed in subsequent empirical research.
Relating the psychoanalysis to the novel's cultural environs, Hogle here discusses issues of class and society, in Le Fantome as well as some of Leroux's other writings, via Freudian psychology and French responses to it (46).
Finke's competence in Freudian psychology makes Chapter 4, 'Erotic and Mystic Vision', the least convincing: it is hard to imagine that Chekhov was ever bothered by vagina dentata.
The dialog and ideas are sophisticated, however, and at least some familiarity with Freudian psychology is advisable.
This happened when the medical establishment embraced Freudian psychology as an explanation of human behavior.
Much of the authors' explanation rests on the prevalence of Freudian psychology that, according to the authors, 'has become, for us, like water to the fishes'.
In The Girl Who Trod on a Loaf (1993), we got Danish fairy tales, Norse myth, Freudian psychology, European fascism, Mozart, feminism, and the bad news that all art is about captivity and escape.
Freudian psychology is a good example: It is full of rich and penetrating insights about the human condition and has added a lot to our understanding of who we are.
Using Freudian psychology, Anne Levallois demonstrates that Prosper Enfantin eventually became the "supreme father" of the Saint-Simonian family, replacing Saint-Simon.
Support for the perspective proposed by Freudian psychology is found among the sample of clergymen.
Increasingly, however, Freudian psychology was influencing how scholars thought about early childhood and the development of sexuality and masculine and feminine characteristics.
His borrowing of conceptual and methodological insights from Freudian psychology (Kassarjian and Sheffet, 1981) enabled researchers and practitioners to investigate the consumer's emotional responses to products and brands (see Williams, 1957), and his use of psychoanalytic methods provided insight into hidden subconscious motivations.
Those sympathetic to Freudian psychology and secular theology will find much to admire in F.