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Sigmund Freud : A Reference Guide to His Life and Works, Hardback Book

Sigmund Freud : A Reference Guide to His Life and Works Hardback

Part of the Significant Figures in World History series



Sigmund Freud's name is known throughout the world.

He opened up the world of the unconscious, so people can understand themselves so much better than before.

His unique ideas are discussed in academic circles. His psychoanalytic techniques influenced mental health, counselling, psychotherapy and psychiatry.

His words form part of everyday language. Lying on a couch and having dreams interpreted by an analyst is an iconic picture of modern life and popular culture. Sigmund Freud: A Reference Guide to Her Life and Work captures his eventful life, his works, and his legacy.

The volume features a chronology, an introduction, a comprehensive bibliography, and the dictionary section lists entries on Freud, his family, friends (and foes), colleagues, and the evolution of psychoanalysis.




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