6th International Psychoanalytic Congress held at the Hague (the first after the War)
1921: Publishes 'Group Psychology and the Analysis of the Ego'
1923 'The Ego and the Id' deals with a new account of the structure of the mind, revising the 'conscious/pre-conscious/ unconscious' distinction to be found in 'The Interpretation of Dreams'
Main theories Sigmund Freud developed:
Psychosexual Development/ Infantile Sexuality/Psyche
Psychoanalysis/ Defense Mechanisms
a repressed memory of an early childhood sexual abuse or molestation experience was the essential precondition for hysterical or obsessional symptoms, with the addition of an active sexual experience up to the age of eight for the latter.
This theory requires two conditions:
Still others might argue that those earliest researchers such as Helmholtz and Fechner deserve credit as the founders of psychology.
Timeline of Sigmund Freud
1856: Freud born on May 6 in Freiberg, Moravia.
1859: Freud Family move from Freiberg to Leipzig
1860: Family settles in Vienna
1881: Freud graduates as doctor of medicine
1882: Freud becomes engaged to
1882-5: Freud works in Vienna General Hospital
1886: Freud sets up private practice; marries Martha Bernays
1896: First use of the term 'psychoanalysis'; death of his father
1899: Publishes 'The Interpretation of Dreams' in December with the publication date of '1900'.
Why is Sigmund Freud Considered the Father of Modern Psychology