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Sigmund Freud. Born on May 6, 1856 . Places of Birth . Born into a Ashkenazi Jewish family in Freiberg Moravia , the Austrian Empire was the first-born of three brothers and five sisters among his mother's children, Sigmund had older half-brothers from his father's previous marriage. .

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sigmund freud

Sigmund Freud

Born on

May 6, 1856

places of birth
Places of Birth
  • Born into a AshkenaziJewish family in Freiberg Moravia, the Austrian Empire was the first-born of three brothers and five sisters among his mother's children, Sigmund had older half-brothers from his father's previous marriage.
uses of cocaine
uses of cocaine
  • Using Cocaine in the late 1890s and by 1904 had stopped completely.
  • Freud and his friend Koller started dosing up on cocaine together, doing a variety of medical experiments on themselves. Sigmund Freud has also studies culture, literature and religion all over the world.
major works
Major works
  • Studies on Hysteria (with Josef Breuer) (Studien über Hysterie, 1895)
  • The Interpretation of Dreams (Die Traumdeutung, 1899)
  • The Psychopathology of Everyday Life (Zur Psychopathologie des Alltagslebens, 1901)
  • Three Essays on the Theory of Sexuality (Drei Abhandlungen zur Sexualtheorie, 1905)
  • Totem and Taboo (Totem und Tabu, 1913)
  • On Narcissism (Zur Einführung der Narzißmus, 1914)
  • Beyond the Pleasure Principle (Jenseits des Lustprinzips, 1920)
  • The Ego and the Id (Das Ich und das Es, 1923)
  • The Future of an Illusion (Die Zukunft einer Illusion, 1927)
  • Civilization and Its Discontents (Das Unbehagen in der Kultur, 1929)
  • Moses and Monotheism (Der Mann Moses und die Monotheistische Religion, 1939)
  • An Outline of Psycho-Analysis (Abriß der Psychoanalyse, 1940)
theory
Theory
  • 1900 theory of dreams as wish fulfilments. Dreams, no matter how bizzare they may be, are actually thoughts that the mind has repressed while one is awake. During sleep, these repressed thoughts can no longer be held in check. Often the mind interprets these repressed thoughts in an indirect fashion, thus causing what is known as dream distortions. It is due to these dream distortions that people may see some nonsensical event occuring in their dream. The repressed information that one may see while sleeping is triggered due to either an unconscious wish, or a preconscious wish that has been repressed by the mind. Dreams therefore act as afulfillment of wishes.
  • First to identify the subconscious. The subconscious is the area of your mind that stores all of your memories and desires. The subconscious is like a giant warehouse that is waiting to be filled with all of your experiences and emotions.
  • The subconscious allowed people to understand how dreams at night were linked to the activities of the day.
  • Freud says that dreams are your repressed desires. He says that dreams are the visuals of your subconscious. Freud made many amazing observations that left an understanding of dreams and a distortions of dreams. One of Freud's distortions is that all dreams are about sex. He felt that every symbol in a dream was directly related to sex, thus the nickname 'The Viennese Sexologist'. Freud thought that symbols, in dreams were projections of sexual feelings associated with frustrations and guilt. Many feel Freud had such a sexual focus because of the era that he was living in and because he struggl. Give any Freudian a dream and they will tell you it's about sex. ed with his own sexuality
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Theory
  • 1921        Publishes Group Psychology and the Analysis of the Ego .The EgoThe ego is the mediator between the outside world and the id. The ego was originally part of the id, and through the influence of the outer world, has formed into a separate psychical element. The principal task of the ego is self-preservation. The ego commands a wide variety of voluntary movements. It is the part that is responsible for our memory, and also the human self defense mechanisms (fight or flight). The ego can adapt to new situations through adapting. The ego is also responsible for reducing the amount stress (displeasure). The ego is also responsible for making the body rest through the process of sleep.
  • The SuperegoThe superego is the part of the personality that is formed while growing up under the care of parents and other role models. It constitutes all that is learned from these figures to be the right way to act. This includes knowing what is taboo in society and what behavior the society holds in high esteem.
  • 1923       The Ego and the Id. Deals with a new account of the structure of
  •                 the mind, revising the one to be found in The Interpretation of
  •                 Dreams. Freud diagnosed as suffering from cancer.The Id The id is the oldest of the psychical elements. It is everything that humans have inherited at birth. The id is the part of the mind that has to deal with our instincts. The id is the part of the mind that is responsible for sexual urges, and is often repressed.