Freud A to Z

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Wiley, Feb 18, 2005 - Psychology - 272 pages
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A lively guide to the life and work of the father of psychoanalysis
From Anna O. to Zionism, this uniquely accessible A-to-Z reference presents a comprehensive overview of Freud's ideas, family, colleagues, patients, writings, and legacy. Mixing humor, passion, and knowledge, each of the more than 100 fascinating entries offers a revealing look at some aspect of Freud's world, be it a description of his famed pillowed office at Berggasse 19 or an account of his intense feud with former student Carl Jung.
Sharon Heller, PhD (Boynton Beach, FL), is the author of three popular psychology books.

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An approachable summary of Freud's central ideas, Heller's volume is friendly and enthusiastic, if sometimes a bit opinionated for a reference book. She declares, for example, that Freud had ... Read full review

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It's been a long time since I read this book but as other readers have said, I recall it's really more of a documentary. I still remember the story about one of Freud's Patients, a soldier who had ... Read full review

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SHARON HELLER, Ph.D., is the author of three popular psychology books.

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