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Little Hans. What’s this statement referring to?. Old Age Pensioners Love Grapes… O ral – 0-1 Year A nal – 1-3 Years P hallic 3-5/6 Years L atency – 5/6-Puberty G enital – Puberty to Adulthood. Analysis of a phobia in a five-year-old boy. Freud, 1909.

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Little hans

Little Hans


What s this statement referring to

What’s this statement referring to?

Old Age Pensioners Love Grapes…

  • Oral – 0-1 Year

  • Anal – 1-3 Years

  • Phallic 3-5/6 Years

  • Latency – 5/6-Puberty

  • Genital – Puberty to Adulthood


Analysis of a phobia in a five year old boy

Analysis of a phobia in a five-year-old boy

Freud, 1909


Little hans

What can you remember about the case of Little Hans?


Cause and effect

Cause and effect…

Afraid of horses

Fear of castration

Little Hans

Dream about giraffes

Freud’s analysis/explanation (causes)Hans’ problems (effects)


Analysis of a phobia in a five year old boy1

Analysis of a phobia in a five-year-old boy

Using the information on this hand out (which you should have read for homework) complete the table below, detailing Freud’s explanation of Little Hans’ behaviour…


How is the case of little hans like a giraffe

How is the case of Little Hans like a giraffe?!


Write a letter

Write a letter…

Write two letters, one from Max Graf (Little Hans’ Father) to Freud and then Freud’s reply.

Your letter from Max Graf should contain: 1) Why you need Freud’s help; 2) What you’ve noticed about your sons behaviour? 3) Little Hans’ dreams

Your letter from Freud should contain: 1) You initial interpretation of Little Hans’ behaviour; 2) How you [Freud] think you could help? (What techniques you might used…

Use your ‘Analysis of a phobia in a five-year-old boy’ article to help you.


Case studies

Case Studies

Designing a case study


Designing a case study

Designing a case study…

In pairs, choose an example from the Feral Child website http://listverse.com/2008/03/07/10-modern-cases-of-feral-children/and then design a case study based on your chosen option.

Make sure that you can define each of the key terms highlighted. It is important that you can discuss the methodology of your case study.


10 things you need to know about sleep

10 things you need to know about sleep…

Click here…


Is dreaming meaningful

Is dreaming meaningful?

Sleep Cycle


Sleep cycle iphone app

Sleep Cycle – iPhone App

Starter: What might the following app show us about sleep?

How do you think the app works?


Lesson objectives

Lesson objectives

  • To review the role of psychoanalysts.

  • To re-examine the case of Little Hans and to write a letter from Max Graf to Freud highlighting Little Hans’ symptoms.

  • To complete the ‘10 things you need to know about sleep documentary’.


The role of the psychoanalyst

The Role of the Psychoanalyst

Which one is a psychoanalyst/psychiatrist/psychologist?

  • A ________ is a physician who deals with mentally ill patients. They are MDs, so they can prescribe medication. As a result, they usually deal with clinical issues such as schizophrenia and manic-depression whose treatments tend to require medication.

    ________ are not MDs, and they tend to deal more with emotional issues than with clinical issues. For example, a person experiencing low self-esteem would visit a ________ rather than a ________ because they do not have anything physically wrong with them; they just need to talk things out. A person with schizophrenia would visit a ________ because they would need medication to correct the chemical imbalance in their brain.

    ________ follow Freud's theories that painful childhood memories contained in the unconscious are the cause of mental illness. ________ are like ________ in that they usually deal with emotional issues and do not prescribe medication. However, their approach is different from that of conventional psychologists. ________ is a method of searching through a person's unconscious memories for the source of their current difficulties, rather than focusing on conscious memories. ________ also tend to meet much more often with their clients. Rather than meeting only once a week (as is common with ________), they usually prefer to meet as often as three to five times a week


Write a letter1

Write a letter…

Write two letters, one from Max Graf (Little Hans’ Father) to Freud and then Freud’s reply.

Your letter from Max Graf should contain: 1) Why you need Freud’s help; 2) What you’ve noticed about your sons behaviour? 3) Little Hans’ dreams

Your letter from Freud should contain: 1) You initial interpretation of Little Hans’ behaviour; 2) How you [Freud] think you could help? (What techniques you might used…

Use your ‘Analysis of a phobia in a five-year-old boy’ article to help you.


10 things you need to know about sleep1

10 things you need to know about sleep…

Click here…


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