A General Introduction to Psychoanalysis

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Author: Sigmund Freud
Publisher: Washington Square W599
Year: 1964 Print: 14 Cover Price: $.60
Condition: Very Good. Light wear
Genre: Non Fiction/Psychology
Pages: 480


A General Introduction to Psychoanalysis

Introductory Lectures on Psycho-Analysis

Sigmund Freud

Translated by G. Stanley Hall

These twenty-eight lectures to laymen are elementary and almost conversational. Freud sets forth with a frankness almost startling the difficulties and limitations of psychoanalysis, and also describes its main methods and results as only a master and originator of a new school of thought can do. These discourses are at the same time simple and almost confidential, and they trace and sum up the results of thirty years of devoted and painstaking research. While they are not at all controversial, we incidentally see in a clearer light the distinctions between the master and some of his distinguished pupils.


Part 1 — The Psychology of Errors

  • First Lecture Introduction
  • Second Lecture The Psychology of Errors
  • Third Lecture The Psychology of Errors — ( Continued )
  • Fourth Lecture The Psychology of Errors — ( Conclusion )

Part 2 — The Dream

  • Fifth Lecture — Difficulties and Preliminary Approach
  • Sixth Lecture — Hypothesis and Technique of Interpretation
  • Seventh Lecture — Manifest Dream Content and Latent Dream Thought
  • Eighth Lecture — Dreams of Childhood
  • Ninth Lecture — The Dream Censor
  • Tenth Lecture — Symbolism in the Dream
  • Eleventh Lecture — The Dream–Work
  • Twelfth Lecture — Analysis of Sample Dreams
  • Thirteenth Lecture — Archaic Remnants and Infantilism in the Dream
  • Fourteenth Lecture — Wish Fulfillment
  • Fifteenth Lecture — Doubtful Points and Criticism

Part 3 — General Theory of the Neuroses

  • Sixteenth Lecture — Psychoanalysis and Psychiatry
  • Seventeenth Lecture — The Meaning of the Symptoms
  • Eighteenth Lecture — Traumatic Fixation — The Unconscious
  • Nineteenth Lecture — Resistance and Suppression
  • Twentieth Lecture — The Sexual Life of Man
  • Twenty-First Lecture — Development of the Libido and Sexual Organizations
  • Twenty-Second Lecture — Theories of Development and Regression — Etiology
  • Twenty-Third Lecture — The Development of the Symptoms
  • Twenty-Fourth Lecture — Ordinary Nervousness
  • Twenty-Fifth Lecture — Fear and Anxiety
  • Twenty-Sixth Lecture — The Libido Theory and Narcism
  • Twenty-Seventh Lecture — Transference
  • Twenty-Eighth Lecture — Analytical Therapy

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