Freud

  • (noun): Austrian neurologist who originated psychoanalysis (1856-1939).
    Synonyms: Sigmund Freud

Some articles on freud:

Signorelli Parapraxis - Freud Neglected His Own Observation
... Freud in his analysis did not use the fact, that he remembered very well a picture of the painter in the lower left corner of one of the frescos (see Fresco of the Deeds of the ... reference to the Latin verb signare and this word, instead of Freud's signore, then leads to a simple analysis of the Signorelli parapraxis (Engels, 2006, p ... no more need for the Bosnia-Hercegovina associations (Bo and Herr) Freud himself introduced ...
Signorelli Parapraxis - Swales' Investigation
... investigated the historical data and states that Freud probably visited an exposition of Italian masters in Bergamo mid-September 1898, showing ... name Boltraffio to the name Da Vinci, another hypothesis formulated by Swales (because Freud might have seen the statue of Boltraffio at the bottom of the Da Vinci monument ... Although Freud visited Trafoi on the 8th of August 1898, Swales doubts whether Freud received a message on the suicide of one of his patients ...
Lay Analysis - Opposition To Freud
... respectability, the plurality of Freud's followers were not at one with him on this issue, and opposition was especially contentious in the States ... of lay analysis resolved - on a footing of which Freud himself might actually have approved ...
Lay Analysis - Freud and Non-medical Analysts
... From the outset, Freud had welcomed lay (non-medical) people into psychotherapy Theodor Reik was one such notable analyst ... In Freud's view, psychoanalysis was a full-fledged professional field and could have its own standards independent of medicine ... Thus Freud saw psychoanalysis as "a profession of lay curers of souls who need not be doctors and should not be priests" and this new usage of "lay" (to include non-physicians ...
Benefits Supervisor Sleeping
... Benefits Supervisor Sleeping is a 1995 oil on canvas painting by Lucian Freud depicting an obese, naked woman lying on a couch ... Tilley was introduced to Freud by Bowery, who was already modelling for him ... Freud painted a number of large portraits of her around the period 1994-96, and came to call her "Big Sue" ...

Famous quotes containing the word freud:

    The first requisite of civilization ... is that of justice.
    —Sigmund Freud (1856–1939)

    A certain degree of neurosis is of inestimable value as a drive, especially to a psychologist.
    —Sigmund Freud (1856–1939)

    Like the physical, the psychical is not necessarily in reality what it appears to us to be.
    —Sigmund Freud (1856–1939)