Dissociation : Vol. 1, No. 3, p. 036-040 : A Reexamination of Freud's Basic Concepts from Studies of Multiple Personality Disorder

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Title: Dissociation : Vol. 1, No. 3, p. 036-040 : A Reexamination of Freud's Basic Concepts from Studies of Multiple Personality Disorder
Author: Bliss, Eugene L.
Abstract: Freud derived his fundamental concepts, which became the basis for his metapsychology, primarily from his early experiences with hysteria. These basic concepts included the unconscious, repression, resistance, the Oedipus complex and psychosexual development. Later speculations were predicated upon these postulates. It is contended that these concepts were faulted by both his failure to accept Breuer 's observations on self-hypnotic (hypnoid) states and by his creation of a fantasy theory of sexual molestation.
Description: p. 036-040.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/1794/1384
Date: 1988-09


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