Sigmond Freud Was Born On May 6, 1856, In The Freiberg,

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Sigmond Freud was born on May 6, 1856, in the Freiberg, Austria (A & E Television networks, 2016). His parent’s names were Jakob and Amalie. Freud moved to Vienna at the age of four, where he would spend most of his life. In 1881, he received his medical degree, and became engaged to Martha Bernays (A & E Television networks, 2016). His marriage would produce six kids; Anna, Ernst, Oliver, Mathilde, Jean Martin, and Sophie. After Freud’s graduation, he became a clinical assistant at the general hospital in Vienna (Bradford, 2016). Sigmond was influenced from Josef Breur, also a doctor. Josef was able to get a hysterical patient to talk about her earliest symptoms unconsciously (A & E Television networks, 2016). “Freud posited …show more content…

If it wasn’t released, then it would be released through dreams (Bradford, 2016). Freud’s main arguments in the book were that dreams were our desires and dreams in real life. The “Manifest” part of the dream was the sights and sounds, and the “Latent” part of the dream was the hidden meaning behind it (Bradford, 2016). Freud published many more books, including "The Psychopathology of Everyday Life," which talks about the possible reasons for forgetting things such as a person’s name or remembering certain events. His reasoning for all that is subconscious depression. (, 2015). The book also talks about how the littlest things of life, such as dreams, or minor human actions, have some important meaning (, 2015). The book overall contributed a lot to the understanding of psychoanalysis. He believed that our minds were like an iceberg, in which the tip was our conscious state, and the rest, the subconscious (, 2015). In 1905, he came out with a book called “Three Essays on the Theory of Sexuality.” He mentions three states that early childhood kids go through. Stage one is known as the “Curiosity” stage in which a child is interested in why he was built the way he was with

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