History of Aphasia Freud as an aphasiologist

@article{Wallesch2004HistoryOA,
  title={History of Aphasia Freud as an aphasiologist},
  author={Claus-W. Wallesch},
  journal={Aphasiology},
  year={2004},
  volume={18},
  pages={389 - 399}
}
Between 1891 and 1901, Sigmund Freud published both psychoanalytic and neurological works. This review analyses the interactions between Freud's On the interpretation of the aphasias (1891) and the development of psychoanalytic concepts, as well as Freud's theoretical views on brain–mind interrelations and his neurolinguistic theory. It is pointed out that in his aphasia book, Freud developed elements of a neurobiological theory of cognition and behaviour that became important for the… 
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