Psycho-analysis : a brief account of the Freudian theory / by Barbara Low ... introduction by Ernest Jones Low, Barbara

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Freud, Sigmund, 1856-1939; Psychoanalysis; Freud, Sigmund,
  • Machine generated contents note: ch. I The Scope And Significance Of Psycho-Analysis
  • Pyscho-Analysis a Science
  • Its Subject-Matter
  • Its Nature and Method
  • Its Ultimate Goal
  • ch. II Mental Life
  • -Unconscious And Conscious
  • Two Aspects of a Unity
  • Nature of Unconscious and Conscious Mind
  • Perpetual Reaction of Forces
  • The Work of the "Censor"
  • Manifestations of the Unconscious in Conscious Life
  • ch. III Repressions
  • The Pleasure-Principle and the Reality-Principle
  • The Egocentric Impulses and Development of the Social Impulses
  • Conflict between the "Primitive" Impulses and the Restrictions imposed by Civilization
  • Creation of Repressions
  • Necessity for Sublimation
  • The Neurotic
  • ch. IV The Role of the Dream
  • The Dream as the direct Manifestation of the Unconscious
  • Night-dreams, Day-dreams, Fantasies
  • The "Censorship" working through the Dream
  • Resultant Dream-Mechanism
  • The Dream and its relation to Consciousness
  • Contents note continued: ch. V Treatment By Psycho-Analysis
  • Aim of Treatment
  • Principal Factors and Technique in Treatment
  • The Role of the Analyst
  • The Share of the Patient
  • ch. VI Probable Social and Educational Results
  • A Revaluation of Values
  • Influence on the Community and on the Social System
  • Modification in Family-Relations
  • Greater Individual Freedom
  • Effect on Educational Ideals and Methods.
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