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  • ...of [[hysteria]] dates back to ancient Greek [[medicine]], which conceived of it as a female disease caused by the womb wandering throughout the [[body]] ...]] in [[psychiatry]] in the nineteenth century, especially in the [[work]] of Jean-Martin Charcot, under whom [[Freud]] studied in 1885-6.
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  • ...''[[practice]]'' of [[psychoanalysis]] -- as opposed to the ''[[theory]]'' of [[psychoanalysis]]. ...c theory]] which is quite different from the way it is [[understood]] in [[psychiatry|medicine]].
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  • ...e preliminary medical [[training]] as well as further specialist training, psychiatry when practised properly offers a truly [[holistic]] approach to patient car ==[[Practice]] of psychiatry==
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  • ...eutic [[relationship]] and the presumed [[value]] of [[dream]]s as sources of insight into unconscious desires. He is commonly referred to as "the [[father]] of psychoanalysis" and his [[work]] has been highly influential — popularizi
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  • ...rench]] pioneer of institutional [[psychotherapy]], as well as the founder of both Schizoanalysis and Ecosophy. === Clinic of La Borde ===
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  • ...[[think]] psychoanalysis without any reference to a [[unified]] conception of [[self]] or ego. liberated interpersonal relationships, and there was an explosion of
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  • ...psychoanalysis and the crucial link to his [[clinical]] [[practice]] in [[psychiatry]]. [[Breton]] was familiar with Freud's work on dreams and developed a technique of 'spontaneous' writing to give free expression to unconscious thoughts and w
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  • ...on]] will be that Milosevic will be proclaimed the [[political]] blunderer of the year. ...decentralization, from a loose confederacy to the [[full]] [[sovereignty]] of its units.
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  • ...effrey Mehlman, [[Jacques lacan|Jacques Lacan]] & Co. [Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1990]). </ref> which plunged him into great turmoil, evidence of which can be seen in his first letters.
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  • ...ince the late eighteenth century and in [[psychiatry]] since the beginning of the twentieth. ...esignation for an empirical description of [[human]] [[experience]] devoid of all metaphysical presuppositions.
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  • ...analysis]], but is also acknowledged for his influence across a wide range of disciplines. <blockquote>''[[Chronology|Click here for a more complete chronology of '''Jacques Lacan''''s life]].''</blockquote>
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  • ...d]] and his followers. In this way, at least, the profound [[solidarity]] of [[Marxism]] and psychoanalysis is now there for all to see. ...tonomy]] merely a 'user’s [[illusion]]'. In comparison, the conclusions of psychoanalysis seem rather [[conservative]].
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  • ...trists who formed part of the entourage of Otto Binswanger, professor of [[psychiatry]] at Jena, became familiar with the "[[cathartic method]]." They included W ...e Berlin Psychoanalytic Association the leading regional group. By the end of 1911 the Berlin association had eleven members, including [[three]] [[women
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  • ...re listed alphabetically within each [[category]] or subcategory. For ease of reference, one entry may be listed under several categories. [[Abstinence]]/rule of abstinence
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  • ...eud]]'s lifetime, the term acquired new connotations through the expansion of anthropological research, by both Anglo-American and European researchers. ...the development of the human species—in fact, the principal [[subjects]] of anthropology.
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  • ...his extended family [[left]] their impression on Freud in his first years of [[life]]. In 1860 the family settled in [[Vienna]] where Sigmund, as he cam ...April 15, 1858. Freud later admitted that his [[childhood]] wish to be rid of his brother caused him lingering [[guilt]] throughout his life.
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  • ...offered by a [[number]] of [[other]] theorists, resulting in a splintering of [[psychological]] [[thought]]. Freud's theory of [[psychoanalysis]] was built on the assumption that human beings have an [[
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  • ...a member of the Royal College of Physicians in 1904 and received a Diploma of [[Public]] Health (Cam-bridge) in 1905. After qualifying, he held various h ...duate student, he went to Munich, where he discovered German neurology and psychiatry.
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  • ...stitute for Psychoanalysis in 1920, there came into [[being]] a [[number]] of organizations designed to provide training based initially on [[individual] ...most intimate aspects of their beings if the experience served as a means of obtaining a [[state]]-authorized degree or certificate?
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  • ...e and antagonistic, without any possible reconciliation, into a succession of positive and [[negative]] judgments [[about]] the same [[subject]] that doe ...d be seen above all as an expression of [[ambivalence]], a [[repudiation]] of the [[instinct]] for [[mastery]] as sublimated into an instinct for [[knowl
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