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Freud Evaluated: The Completed Arc
Part 1. Beginning Assumptions . Anna O. and the origins of Freud's personality theory. Charcot, hypnosis and determinism. Freud, determinism and hysteria. Freud's adaptation of Breuer's treatmentExpand
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A wonderful journey through skull and brains: The travels of Mr. Gage's tamping iron
Phineas Gage was injured by his tamping iron nearly 140 years ago, and only one similar case has been reported since then. In this paper, the contemporary popular and medical responses to the news ofExpand
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Janet and Freud: Revealing the Roots of Dynamic Psychiatry
Objectives: Interest in the work of Pierre Janet is presently undergoing a scholarly revival and, in the process, his contribution to dynamic psychiatry is increasingly being recognised. This articleExpand
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Delboeuf and Janet as influences in Freud's treatment of Emmy von N.
  • M. Macmillan
  • Philosophy, Medicine
  • Journal of the history of the behavioral sciences
  • 1 October 1979
An analysis is made of Freud's treatment of the patient known as Emmy von N. in which for the first time he used what he called "Breuer's technique of investigation under hypnosis." It is shown thatExpand
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The Concept of Inhibition in Some Nineteenth Century Theories of Thinking
  • M. Macmillan
  • Psychology, Medicine
  • Brain and Cognition
  • 1 February 1996
The concept of inhibition was introduced into psychology and physiology at the beginning of the 19th century. Although it was quickly adapted to account for a wide range of phenomena in bothExpand
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Inhibition and the control of behavior: From Gall to Freud via Phineas Gage and the frontal lobes
  • M. Macmillan
  • Psychology, Medicine
  • Brain and Cognition
  • 1 May 1992
In his On the Functions of the Brain and Each of Its Parts, Franz Joseph Gall proposed that significant behaviors resulted from certain independent, irreducible, and fundamental faculties orExpand
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Freud and Janet on organic and hysterical paralyses : a mystery solved?
Je defends l'idee que c'est la these de Janet selon laquelle les details des symptomes hysteriques sont determines par des idees, qui a permis a Freud d'achever sa comparaison entre les paralysiesExpand
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Beard's concept of neurasthenia and Freud's concept of the actual neuroses.
  • M. Macmillan
  • Psychology, Medicine
  • Journal of the history of the behavioral sciences
  • 1 October 1976
Beard's concept of neurasthenia and Freud's concept of the actual neuroses are described and evaluated critically. Despite differences in the content of their theories, especially in the role ofExpand
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Janet and Freud Go South
owartls the end of the 19th century, a group which comprised amongst others Janet. Freud, Brrgson, T Baldwin and James. cfevelopetl depth psychology. Now, towards the end of the millennium. andExpand
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Freud's expectations and the childhood seduction theory
It is argued that when Freud used his various adaptations of Breuer's cathartic method, he was mistaken in believing that his expectations did not provide the primary guidance for the recollectionsExpand
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