The seduction theory

@article{Israls1993TheST,
  title={The seduction theory},
  author={H. Isra{\"e}ls and M. Schatzman},
  journal={History of Psychiatry},
  year={1993},
  volume={4},
  pages={23 - 59}
}
In 1896 Freud presented a theory about hysteria which is generally known as the seduction theory. According to the ’seduction theory’, hysterical patients suffer from long-term effects of sexual assaults during childhood. After 1896 Freud changed his mind and developed new and quite different theories about hysteria. Six years ago Jean Schimek published an article about the seduction theory which has not received the attention it deserves. She showed in detail that Freud 
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