Sigmund Freud and hysteria: the etiology of psychoanalysis?

@article{Bogousslavsky2014SigmundFA,
  title={Sigmund Freud and hysteria: the etiology of psychoanalysis?},
  author={J. Bogousslavsky and S. Dieguez},
  journal={Frontiers of neurology and neuroscience},
  year={2014},
  volume={35},
  pages={
          109-25
        }
}
Sigmund Freud developed a specific interest in hysteria after his stay with Professor Jean-Martin Charcot during the winter of 1885-1886, although his previous activity mainly consisted of neuropathology and general medical practice. Most of his initial studies on hysteria (hysteria in men, influence of subconscious ideas, role of traumas, and psychological and sexual factors) were indeed 'borrowed' from Charcot and his immediate followers, such as Pierre Janet and Paul Richer. Subsequently… Expand
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