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The Freud encyclopedia : theory, therapy, and culture, Edward Erwin, editor

Label
The Freud encyclopedia : theory, therapy, and culture
Title
The Freud encyclopedia
Title remainder
theory, therapy, and culture
Statement of responsibility
Edward Erwin, editor
Contributor
Subject
Genre
Language
eng
Summary
"The Freud Encyclopedia: Theory, Therapy, and Culture is a comprehensive reference work on the life, ideas, and influence of the great and controversial founder of psychoanalysis, Sigmund Freud. The encyclopedia offers a wide range of articles on Freud and his work but also on Freud as a cultural and literary figure whose writings and ideas have, ironically, had a more lasting impact than his original psychoanalytic theories. Among the topics considered, for example, are Freud's influence on the creation and development of psychoanalytic theory as well as on art, literature, biography, history, cinema, religion, and sociology." "The encyclopedia also considers the many individuals who knew Freud personally, who studied under him and became his disciples (or his opponents), or who were instrumental in developing and advancing his ideas throughout the world. Such seminal figures as Carl Jung, Melanie Klein, Sandor Ferenczi, Anna Freud, and Ernest Jones are profiled, as are major precursors who anticipated many of Freud's ideas, such as Johann Herbart, Arthur Schopenhauer, and Friedrich Nietzsche." "Psychoanalysis originated in nineteenth-century Vienna, but after 1910, its influence was spread around the world by Freud's followers. Among the unique features of the encyclopedia are articles that examine the history and current state of psychoanalysis in some twenty-five countries on all the continents." "The Freud Encyclopedia: Theory, Therapy, and Culture is an invaluable resource for students and researchers in a wide variety of disciplines. The references at the end of each entry guide the reader to more detailed studies of the topic, and a comprehensive index serves as an access point to the many aspects of Freud's life and work that are covered in the book."--Jacket
Cataloging source
DLC
Index
index present
LC call number
BF173
LC item number
.F6176 2002
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
  • bibliography
  • encyclopedias
NLM call number
  • 2002 B-661
  • WM 13
NLM item number
F889 2002
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorDate
1937-
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorName
Erwin, Edward
http://library.link/vocab/subjectName
  • Freud, Sigmund
  • Freud, Sigmund
  • Freud, Sigmund
  • Psychoanalysis
  • Freudian Theory
  • Psychoanalysis
  • Psychoanalyse
  • Psychoanalytische therapie
Label
The Freud encyclopedia : theory, therapy, and culture, Edward Erwin, editor
Instantiates
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Abraham, Karl -- Abreaction -- Abstinence, Rule of -- Acting out -- Adler, Alfred -- Aesthetics and psychoanalysis -- Affect -- Africa, and psychoanalysis -- Aggression -- Ambivalence -- Anaclitic object -- Anal character -- Analyzability -- Andreas-Salomé, Lou -- Anna O. -- Anthropology, and psychoanalysis -- Anxiety and defense -- Anxiety neurosis -- Aphasia -- Argentina, and psychoanalysis -- Australia, and psychoanalysis -- Autoerotism -- Autonomy -- Baginsky, Adolf -- Behaviorism, and psychoanalysis -- Belgium, and psychoanalysis -- Binding -- Biography, psychoanalysis and -- Biology, and psychoanalysis -- Bonaparte, Marie -- Brain science, and psychoanalysis -- Brazil, and psychoanalysis -- Brentano, Franz -- Breuer, Josef -- Canada, and psychoanalysis -- Castration anxiety -- Catharsis -- Cathexis -- Character -- Character neurosis -- Charcot, Jean-Martin -- Child psychoanalysis -- Childhood neurosis -- Chile, and psychoanalysis -- China, and psychoanalysis -- Cinema, and psychoanalysis -- Clinical theory -- Cognitive psychology, and psychoanalysis -- Committee, the Secret -- Compulsion and obsession -- Confidentiality -- Conflicts, Theory of -- Consciousness -- Conversion -- Creativity -- Criminality, psychoanalysis -- Critique of psychoanalysis -- Czech Republic, and psychoanalysis
  • Defense mechanisms -- Delusions -- Denial -- Denmark, and psychoanalysis -- Depression -- Deutsch, Helene -- Developmental theory -- Displacement -- Dissociation -- Dora -- Dreams, theory of -- Drive theory -- Education, and analysts -- Ego -- Ego psychology -- Eissler, Kurt -- Eitingon, Mas -- Electra complex -- Elizabeth von R. -- Ellis, Havelock -- Envy -- Ethics, clinical -- Existentialism -- Experimental evidence, Freudian -- Family romance -- Fantasy (phantasy) -- Fechner, Gustav Theodor -- Feminism, and psychoanalysis -- Fenichel, Otto -- Ferenczi, Sándor -- Finland, and psychoanalysis -- Fliess, Wilhelm -- France, and psychoanalysis -- Free association -- Free will -- Freud, Anna -- Freud, Sigmund -- Freud's family -- Fromm, Erich -- Genetics, and psychoanalysis -- Geniality, theories of -- Germany, and psychoanalysis -- Glover, Edward -- Goethe prize -- Great Britain, and psychoanalysis -- Greece, and psychoanalysis -- Groddeck, Georg -- Guilt
  • Hallucinations -- Hartmann, Heinz -- Herbart, Johann Friedrich -- Hermeneutics, and psychoanalysis -- Homosexuality, psychoanalytic theories of -- Horney, Karen -- Humanities, and psychoanalysis -- Hysteria -- Id -- Identification -- Incest -- India, and psychoanalysis -- Infantile sexuality -- Insight, role in therapy -- Intellectualization -- Interpretation -- Irrationality -- Isolation -- Italy, and psychoanalysis -- Janet, Pierre -- Japan, and psychoanalysis -- Jokes and humor -- Jones, Ernest -- Judaism and Freud -- Jung, Carl -- Kassowitz Institute -- Klein, Melanie -- Kleinian theory -- Korea, and psychoanalysis -- Krafft-Ebing, Richard von -- Kris, Ernst -- Lacan, Jacques -- Lay analysis -- Libido theory -- Literature, and psychoanalysis -- Little Hans -- Marxism, and Freudianism -- Masochism and Sadism -- Metapsychology -- Meaning, and psychoanalysis -- Mexico, and psychoanalysis -- Mind and body -- Modernism, postmodernism, and psychoanalysis -- Morality, and psychoanalysis -- Multiple personality (Dissociative personality disorder) -- Myths
  • Narcissism -- Netherlands, and psychoanalysis -- Neurasthenia -- Neuroses -- Nietzsche, Friedrich -- Nineteenth-century philosophy precursors of Freud -- Norway, and psychoanalysis -- Object relations theory -- Object -- Obsessive phenomena -- Occult, and Freud -- Oedipus complex -- Oral character -- Overdetermination -- Paranoia -- Penis envy -- Peru, and psychoanalysis -- Perversions -- Pfister, Oskar -- Philosophy and psychoanalysis -- Philippines, the, and psychoanalysis -- Piaget, Jean -- Pleasure principle -- Preconscious -- Primal scene -- Project for a scientific psychology -- Projection -- Projective techniques -- Pseduo-science, and psychoanalysis -- Psychiatry, and psychoanalysis -- Physical determinism -- Psychoanalysis, origin and history of -- Psychoanalytic movement -- Psychoanalytic technique and process -- Psychoanalytically oriented psychotherapy -- Psychohistory -- Psychopathology -- Rank, Otto -- Rat man -- Reaction formation -- Reality testing -- Reception of Freud's ideas -- Regression -- Reich, Wilhelm -- Reik, Theodor -- Religion, and psychoanalysis -- Repetition compulsion -- Repression -- Research on psychoanalysis -- Resistance -- Return of the repressed -- Russia/Soviet Union and psychoanalysis
  • Sachs, Hanns -- Schizophrenia -- Schopenhauer, Arthur -- Schreber, Daniel Paul -- Scientific tests of Freud's theories and therapy -- Screen memories -- Seduction theory -- Self psychology -- Self-analysis -- Self-deception -- Sexology -- Shame -- Sleep -- Slips, theory of -- Sociobiology, and psychoanalysis -- Spielrein, Sabina -- Splitting the ego -- Stekel, Wilhelm -- Strachy, James -- Structural theory -- Sublimation -- Suggestion -- Suicide -- Sullivan, Harry Stack -- Superego -- Sweden, and psychoanalysis -- Symbiosis -- Symbolism -- Taboos -- Tausk, Victor -- Therapeutic alliance -- Toilet training -- Transference -- Traumatic neurosis -- Unconscious, the -- United States, and psychoanalysis -- Vaginal and clitoral orgasm -- Venezuela, and psychoanalysis -- Vienna, and psychoanalysis -- Virginity -- War neurosis -- Wednesday society -- Wolf man -- Working through
Dimensions
29 cm
Extent
xxvii, 641 pages
Isbn
9780415936774
Lccn
2001048448
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
n
System control number
  • (OCoLC)47894574
  • (OCoLC)ocm47894574
Label
The Freud encyclopedia : theory, therapy, and culture, Edward Erwin, editor
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Abraham, Karl -- Abreaction -- Abstinence, Rule of -- Acting out -- Adler, Alfred -- Aesthetics and psychoanalysis -- Affect -- Africa, and psychoanalysis -- Aggression -- Ambivalence -- Anaclitic object -- Anal character -- Analyzability -- Andreas-Salomé, Lou -- Anna O. -- Anthropology, and psychoanalysis -- Anxiety and defense -- Anxiety neurosis -- Aphasia -- Argentina, and psychoanalysis -- Australia, and psychoanalysis -- Autoerotism -- Autonomy -- Baginsky, Adolf -- Behaviorism, and psychoanalysis -- Belgium, and psychoanalysis -- Binding -- Biography, psychoanalysis and -- Biology, and psychoanalysis -- Bonaparte, Marie -- Brain science, and psychoanalysis -- Brazil, and psychoanalysis -- Brentano, Franz -- Breuer, Josef -- Canada, and psychoanalysis -- Castration anxiety -- Catharsis -- Cathexis -- Character -- Character neurosis -- Charcot, Jean-Martin -- Child psychoanalysis -- Childhood neurosis -- Chile, and psychoanalysis -- China, and psychoanalysis -- Cinema, and psychoanalysis -- Clinical theory -- Cognitive psychology, and psychoanalysis -- Committee, the Secret -- Compulsion and obsession -- Confidentiality -- Conflicts, Theory of -- Consciousness -- Conversion -- Creativity -- Criminality, psychoanalysis -- Critique of psychoanalysis -- Czech Republic, and psychoanalysis
  • Defense mechanisms -- Delusions -- Denial -- Denmark, and psychoanalysis -- Depression -- Deutsch, Helene -- Developmental theory -- Displacement -- Dissociation -- Dora -- Dreams, theory of -- Drive theory -- Education, and analysts -- Ego -- Ego psychology -- Eissler, Kurt -- Eitingon, Mas -- Electra complex -- Elizabeth von R. -- Ellis, Havelock -- Envy -- Ethics, clinical -- Existentialism -- Experimental evidence, Freudian -- Family romance -- Fantasy (phantasy) -- Fechner, Gustav Theodor -- Feminism, and psychoanalysis -- Fenichel, Otto -- Ferenczi, Sándor -- Finland, and psychoanalysis -- Fliess, Wilhelm -- France, and psychoanalysis -- Free association -- Free will -- Freud, Anna -- Freud, Sigmund -- Freud's family -- Fromm, Erich -- Genetics, and psychoanalysis -- Geniality, theories of -- Germany, and psychoanalysis -- Glover, Edward -- Goethe prize -- Great Britain, and psychoanalysis -- Greece, and psychoanalysis -- Groddeck, Georg -- Guilt
  • Hallucinations -- Hartmann, Heinz -- Herbart, Johann Friedrich -- Hermeneutics, and psychoanalysis -- Homosexuality, psychoanalytic theories of -- Horney, Karen -- Humanities, and psychoanalysis -- Hysteria -- Id -- Identification -- Incest -- India, and psychoanalysis -- Infantile sexuality -- Insight, role in therapy -- Intellectualization -- Interpretation -- Irrationality -- Isolation -- Italy, and psychoanalysis -- Janet, Pierre -- Japan, and psychoanalysis -- Jokes and humor -- Jones, Ernest -- Judaism and Freud -- Jung, Carl -- Kassowitz Institute -- Klein, Melanie -- Kleinian theory -- Korea, and psychoanalysis -- Krafft-Ebing, Richard von -- Kris, Ernst -- Lacan, Jacques -- Lay analysis -- Libido theory -- Literature, and psychoanalysis -- Little Hans -- Marxism, and Freudianism -- Masochism and Sadism -- Metapsychology -- Meaning, and psychoanalysis -- Mexico, and psychoanalysis -- Mind and body -- Modernism, postmodernism, and psychoanalysis -- Morality, and psychoanalysis -- Multiple personality (Dissociative personality disorder) -- Myths
  • Narcissism -- Netherlands, and psychoanalysis -- Neurasthenia -- Neuroses -- Nietzsche, Friedrich -- Nineteenth-century philosophy precursors of Freud -- Norway, and psychoanalysis -- Object relations theory -- Object -- Obsessive phenomena -- Occult, and Freud -- Oedipus complex -- Oral character -- Overdetermination -- Paranoia -- Penis envy -- Peru, and psychoanalysis -- Perversions -- Pfister, Oskar -- Philosophy and psychoanalysis -- Philippines, the, and psychoanalysis -- Piaget, Jean -- Pleasure principle -- Preconscious -- Primal scene -- Project for a scientific psychology -- Projection -- Projective techniques -- Pseduo-science, and psychoanalysis -- Psychiatry, and psychoanalysis -- Physical determinism -- Psychoanalysis, origin and history of -- Psychoanalytic movement -- Psychoanalytic technique and process -- Psychoanalytically oriented psychotherapy -- Psychohistory -- Psychopathology -- Rank, Otto -- Rat man -- Reaction formation -- Reality testing -- Reception of Freud's ideas -- Regression -- Reich, Wilhelm -- Reik, Theodor -- Religion, and psychoanalysis -- Repetition compulsion -- Repression -- Research on psychoanalysis -- Resistance -- Return of the repressed -- Russia/Soviet Union and psychoanalysis
  • Sachs, Hanns -- Schizophrenia -- Schopenhauer, Arthur -- Schreber, Daniel Paul -- Scientific tests of Freud's theories and therapy -- Screen memories -- Seduction theory -- Self psychology -- Self-analysis -- Self-deception -- Sexology -- Shame -- Sleep -- Slips, theory of -- Sociobiology, and psychoanalysis -- Spielrein, Sabina -- Splitting the ego -- Stekel, Wilhelm -- Strachy, James -- Structural theory -- Sublimation -- Suggestion -- Suicide -- Sullivan, Harry Stack -- Superego -- Sweden, and psychoanalysis -- Symbiosis -- Symbolism -- Taboos -- Tausk, Victor -- Therapeutic alliance -- Toilet training -- Transference -- Traumatic neurosis -- Unconscious, the -- United States, and psychoanalysis -- Vaginal and clitoral orgasm -- Venezuela, and psychoanalysis -- Vienna, and psychoanalysis -- Virginity -- War neurosis -- Wednesday society -- Wolf man -- Working through
Dimensions
29 cm
Extent
xxvii, 641 pages
Isbn
9780415936774
Lccn
2001048448
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
n
System control number
  • (OCoLC)47894574
  • (OCoLC)ocm47894574

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