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Psicanalista austríaca, filha de Sigmund Freud chamado "o pai da psicanálise", dedicou-se também ao estudo do comportamento humano e fez parte das pioneiras em psicologia infantil. De 1925 a 1938, Anna foi presidente do Instituto de Formação Psicanalítica de Viena e, entre 1940 e 1945, organizou, em Londres, a Residential War, uma residência para crianças órfãs de guerra (2ª Guerra de 1939)

Psicanalista austríaca, filha de Sigmund Freud chamado "o pai da psicanálise", dedicou-se também ao estudo do comportamento humano e fez parte das pioneiras em psicologia infantil. De 1925 a 1938, Anna foi presidente do Instituto de Formação Psicanalítica de Viena e, entre 1940 e 1945, organizou, em Londres, a Residential War, uma residência para crianças órfãs de guerra (2ª Guerra de 1939)

D. W. Winnicott

Donald Woods Winnicott April 1896 – 28 January was an English paediatrician and psychoanalyst who was especially influential in the field of object relations theory.

Wilhelm Reich

Wilhelm Reich March 1897 – 3 November was an Austrian psychoanalyst, a member of the second generation of psychoanalysts after Sigmund Freud, and one of the most radical figures in the history of psychiatry.

Lacan, idole ou démon / France Inter

Lacan, idole ou démon

Jean laplanche otherness essays Essays On Otherness. The Unfinished Copernican Revolution. Copernicus: The Decentering of the Human Being.

Arthur Schopenhauer (1788–1860)

Arthur Schopenhauer: "Talent hits a target no one else can hit; Genius hits a target no one else can see.

Géza Róheim (Hungarian: Róheim Géza; September 12, 1891 – June 7, 1953) was a Hungarian psychoanalyst and anthropologist. Considered by some as the most important anthropologist-psychoanalyst, he is often credited with founding the field of psychoanalytic anthropology; was the first psychoanalytically trained anthropologist to do field research; and later developed a general cultural theory.

Géza Róheim (Hungarian: Róheim Géza; September 12, 1891 – June 7, 1953) was a Hungarian psychoanalyst and anthropologist. Considered by some as the most important anthropologist-psychoanalyst, he is often credited with founding the field of psychoanalytic anthropology; was the first psychoanalytically trained anthropologist to do field research; and later developed a general cultural theory.

Winnicott

Donald Winnicott was an English paediatrician, who early on in his career became passionate about the then new field of psychoanalysis.

Mira Editores, S.A.: Donald Winnicott: vocabulario esencial

Mira Editores, S.A.: Donald Winnicott: vocabulario esencial

II – LA PÉRIODE PRE-ANALYTIQUE (Charcot) Son nom reste attaché à l’hystérie. Il a énormément produit à la clinique de l’hystérie. Étiologie de l’hystérie C’est Charcot qui a restitué une certaine dimension de respect dans la clinique de l’hystérie. Il en a fait une maladie nerveuse. C’est dans le service clinique des maladies nerveuses de … Continuer la lecture de La naissance de la psychanalyse (3) : la période pré-analytique (Charcot) →

II – LA PÉRIODE PRE-ANALYTIQUE (Charcot) Son nom reste attaché à l’hystérie. Il a énormément produit à la clinique de l’hystérie. Étiologie de l’hystérie C’est Charcot qui a restitué une certaine dimension de respect dans la clinique de l’hystérie. Il en a fait une maladie nerveuse. C’est dans le service clinique des maladies nerveuses de … Continuer la lecture de La naissance de la psychanalyse (3) : la période pré-analytique (Charcot) →

Cinque frasi di Freud sul sesso che hanno fatto storia

Cinque frasi di Freud sul sesso e la sessualità che hanno fatto storia

Dr Sigmund Freud, who famously wrote that depression was characterised by feelings of guilt or self-blame - and that was how it differed from 'normal' sadness

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