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  Anna Freud - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Anna Freud (December 3, 1895 - October 9, 1982) was the sixth and last child of Sigmund and Martha Freud.
Anna Freud moved away from the classical position of her father, who was concentrating on the unconscious Id (a perspective she found to be restrictive) and instead emphasized the importance of the ego, the constant struggle and conflict it is experiencing by the need to answer contradicting wishes, desires, values and demands of reality.
Anna Freud furthermore developed different techniques of assessment and treatment of children disorders, thereby contributing to our understanding of anxiety and depression as significant problems among children.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Anna_Freud   (1161 words)

  
 Sigmund Freud - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Freud's death was by a physician-assisted morphine overdose.
According to some of his successors, including his daughter Anna Freud, the goal of therapy is to allow the patient to develop a stronger ego; according to others, notably Jacques Lacan, the goal of therapy is to lead the analysand to a full acknowledgment of his or her inability to satisfy the most basic desires.
When Freud spoke of religion as an illusion, he maintained that it is a fantasy structure from which a man must be set free if he is to grow to maturity; and in his treatment of the unconscious he moved toward atheism.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Sigmund_Freud   (5409 words)

  
 Freud, Anna - Hutchinson encyclopedia article about Freud, Anna   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
Her work was influenced by the theories of her father, Sigmund Freud.
She held that understanding of the stages of psychological development was essential to the treatment of children, and that this knowledge could only be obtained through observation of the child.
Anna Freud and her father left Nazi-controlled Vienna in 1938 and settled in London.
encyclopedia.farlex.com /Freud,+Anna   (157 words)

  
 Sigmund Freud [Internet Encyclopedia of Philosophy]
Freud was born in Frieberg, Moravia in 1856, but when he was four years old his family moved to Vienna, where Freud was to live and work until the last year of his life.
The scope of Freud's interests, and of his professional training, was very broad - he always considered himself first and foremost a scientist, endeavouring to extend the compass of human knowledge, and to this end (rather than to the practice of medicine) he enrolled at the medical school at the University of Vienna in 1873.
Freud was arguably the first thinker to apply deterministic principles systematically to the sphere of the mental, and to hold that the broad spectrum of human behaviour is explicable only in terms of the (usually hidden) mental processes or states which determine it.
www.utm.edu /research/iep/f/freud.htm   (4636 words)

  
 Anna Freud: Lost Girl
Anna's sado-masochistic, sister-jealous, Mama-pushing, Papa-pulling fantasy library has apparently been lost: the childishly-rendered torments of poor, pretty Sophie-child at the hands of Mama-Papa-Anna; the noble, long-suffering, androgenous youth of the "nice stories," taming the rage of his lordly captor by his submissiveness and resolve; and all the liminal, eliptic material shelved between them.
Anna's repertoire seems to have taken form and variety in the years after her appendectomy -- itself a cautionary tale in two chapters whose unwomaned older sister (Mathilde), deceitful Mama, shadowy Papa, invaded Anna must be read between the lines of the flanking volumes, the Beating Fantasies and the Nice Stories.
Freud’s own death makes itself known with diagnosis of his cancer of the jaw in 1924, even as he is struggling with grief over Sophie's and Heinerle's deaths and rationalizing Anna’s therapy into femininity theory, with its admonition to renounce the clitoris and desire for the love of care, the pleasure in duty.
www.haverford.edu /psych/ddavis/annafreud.losing.html   (4589 words)

  
 Freud   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
Anna Freud, the daughter and pupil of Sigmund Freud, founder of psychoanalysis and the founder of psychology, is the founder of child psychoanalysis.
Freud’s analysis of Anna was completed in 1922 (1918-1922) and he started to concentrate more on the role of the mother in the daughter’s life rather than the father always being the sole motivator of behavior.
Anna immediately went back to seeing patients, and within a year she and Dorothy had begun a childcare project that was housing over 80 children and families.
ripley.wo.sbc.edu /departmental/psychology/www/freud.htm   (1481 words)

  
 ANNA FREUD   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
Anna felt she had to stay with him because, not only had he been borrowing money from friends, but also he was now ill. She wrote, "I would not leave him now under any circumstances." A friend of the family, Dr. Deutsch, performed the surgery.
Anna ended up being mediator of the group, and her goal was to "be better than the other girls" who were fighting and arguing.
Anna was, however, worried about the idea that her father might be subject to indignities such as a house search, etc. She joined the editorial board of American Journal Psychoanalytic Quarterly and produced for it in 1935 a Child Analysis issue dedicated to her work in Vienna.
brainmeta.com /personality/annafreud.php   (4805 words)

  
 Anna Freud Bibliography   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
Freud, A. The widening scope of indications for psychoanalysis., J.
Sandler, J. and Freud, A. The Analysis of Defense: The Ego and the Mechanisms of Defense Revisited.
Freud A. The role of bodily illness in the mental life of children.
www.psychematters.com /bibliographies/annafreud.htm   (2194 words)

  
 Anna Freud: bio and encyclopedia article   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
Anna Freud (December 3, EHandler: no quick summary.
Sigmund freud (may 6, 1856 - september 23, 1939) was an austrian neurologist and the founder of the psychoanalytic school of psychology,...
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www.absoluteastronomy.com /encyclopedia/a/an/anna_freud.htm   (907 words)

  
 Sigmund Freud   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
Anna Freud also mentions denial in fantasy: This is when children, in their imaginations, transform an "evil" father into a loving teddy bear, or a helpless child into a powerful superhero.
Anna Freud mentions, for example, a boy who would recite the alphabet backwards whenever he had a sexual thought, or turn around and spit whenever meeting another boy who shared his passion for masturbation.
Freud felt that the lack of this great fear accounts for fact (as he saw it) that women were both less firmly heterosexual than men and somewhat less morally-inclined.
www.ship.edu /~cgboeree/freud.html   (9058 words)

  
 The Individual: Therapy and Theory -- Sigmund Freud: Conflict & Culture (Library of Congress Exhibition)
Anna O.'s illness was the desperate struggle of an unsatisfied young woman who found no outlets for her physical and mental energies, nor for her idealistic strivings.
Freud focused Pankejeff's attention on a childhood dream which seemed to encapsulate his early traumas and current fears: a dream of wolves perched in a tree outside his open bedroom window.
Freud used the concepts of "transference" and "counter-transference" to refer to the strong emotions projected by the patient onto the doctor and the doctor onto the patient.
www.loc.gov /exhibits/freud/freud02.html   (1835 words)

  
 About Anna Freud   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
Anna Freud and her lifelong friend, Dorothy Burlingham, were concerned by the situation of the poor and involved themselves in charitable initiatives.
Anna Freud had already established a new practice and was lecturing on child psychology in English.
She differed from Anna Freud as to the timing of the development of object relations and internalised structures; also she put the oedipal stage much earlier, and considered the death drive to be of fundamental importance in infancy.
www.annafreudcentre.org /annafreud.htm   (1831 words)

  
 Anna Freud's Biography   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
Anna Freud was born on December 3, 1895.
The daughter of Sigmund Freud and the youngest of his children, Anna Freud started her life professionally as a teacher in Vienna.
Miss Freud left Vienna for London with her family, in 1939, because of the political situation there and the nazi persecution of jews.
www.thecjc.org /af_bio.htm   (527 words)

  
 Adoption History: Anna Freud (1895-1982)
Anna Freud was the youngest child of Sigmund Freud and his wife Martha.
Anna Freud’s impact on adoption originated in her wartime studies of British children separated from their parents for their safety during the Nazi blitz.
In their book, Freud and her co-authors argued that children’s fundamental need for ongoing and reliable emotional ties should trump other considerations in adjudicating cases where child placement and custody decisions were in conflict.
darkwing.uoregon.edu /~adoption/people/AnnaFreud.htm   (1094 words)

  
 European Traces of the History of Psychology: Anna Freud
Anna Freud emigrated with her father from Vienna to London in 1938.
A second floor back room in the house is billed as "Anna’s Room." The walls are adorned with some of her possessions.
Anna’s ashes are shelved in a small box to the left of her parents’ urn.
mysite.verizon.net /donrae19/afreud.html   (175 words)

  
 Freud Museum
Born on 3 December 1895, Anna Freud was the youngest of Sigmund and Martha Freud's six children.
Anna and her lifelong friend, Dorothy Burlingham, were concerned by the situation of the poor and involved themselves in charitable initiatives.
She differed from Anna Freud as to the timing of the development of object relations and internalized structures; also she put the oedipal stage much earlier, and considered the death drive to be of fundamental importance in infancy.
www.freud.org.uk /fmanna.htm   (1820 words)

  
 Sigmund Freud | Austrian Originator of Psycho-Analysis
Freud graduated as Doctor of Medicine from the Medical School of the University of Vienna in 1881.
Freud's daughter Anna was arrested on March 22 by the Gestapo and held for a day.
Outlines Freud's theories of the unconscious in the context of dream analysis, introducing the id, the superego, and the ego.
www2.lucidcafe.com /lucidcafe/library/96may/freud.html   (652 words)

  
 Anna Freud   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
Freud had, after all, spent most of his efforts on the id and the unconscious side of psychic life.
Anna Freud found that the best way to deal with this "transference problem" was the way that came most naturally: be a caring adult, not a new playmate, not a substitute parent.
Most of Anna Freud's work is contained within The Writings of Anna Freud, a seven-volume collection of her books and papers, including The Ego and the Mechanisms of Defense and her work on the analysis of children and adolescents.
www.ship.edu /~cgboeree/annafreud.html   (850 words)

  
 The Freud Page/ Anna Freud
Anna Freud, born on December 3, 1895, in Vienna, was the youngest daughter of the couple Sigmund and Martha Freud.
Sigmund Freud had been suffering from cancer since 1923 and Anna, his devoted daughter, took care of him till his final moments on September 23, 1939.
The conflicting theoretical and technical differences between Melanie Klein's and Anna Freud's approaches led The British Psychoanalytical Society to form two parallel groups to avoid a major split in the institution.
www.geocities.com /~mhrowell/anna_freud.html   (367 words)

  
 Anna Freud
She was born on December 3, 1895 to Sigmund and Martha (Bernays) Freud.
Anna would analyze the children and try to plan solutions to their problems.
In respect to Anna, the clinic changed the name to the Anna Freud Centre in 1952.
web.sau.edu /WaterStreetMaryA/anna_freud.htm   (436 words)

  
 Welcome to the website of The Anna Freud Centre   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
The Anna Freud Centre is the world's leading centre for psychoanalytic child psychotherapy, dedicated to the well-being of children and their families.
The Anna Freud Centre began life as the Hampstead War Nurseries, set up by Anna Freud in 1940, two years after fleeing from Vienna with her father, Sigmund.
The Anna Freud Centre in association with linked adolescent services and UCL is pleased to announce the development of a community based integrative, multimodal treatment for adolescents and young adults with severe psychiatric disturbance.
www.annafreudcentre.org   (341 words)

  
 AllRefer.com - Anna Freud (Psychology And Psychiatry, Biography) - Encyclopedia
Anna Freud[froid] Pronunciation Key, 1895–1982, British psychoanalyst, b.
Continuing the work of her father, Sigmund Freud, she was a pioneer in the psychoanalysis of children.
Her writings include Normality and Pathology in Childhood (1965) and The Writings of Anna Freud (7 vol., 1973).
reference.allrefer.com /encyclopedia/F/Freud-An.html   (215 words)

  
 eBay - anna freud, Antiquarian Collectible, Nonfiction Books items on eBay.com   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
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 Anna Freud   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
Anna Freud was the founder of child psychoanalysis.
She was associated with a school there in which she influenced the early studies of Erik Erikson.
After emigrating to London in l938 to escape from the Nazi occupation with her famous father, Sigmund Freud, she organized a war nursery for homeless children.
www.webrenovators.com /psych/AnnaFreud.htm   (144 words)

  
 Twelve hours of Anna Freud under a Nazi interrogation lamp
If Anna Freud was jealous of the way her papa looked at Sophie, she perhaps had better reason to be jealous of papa’s sister-in-law.
“I also think Anna was a lesbian.” The playwright alluded to this with the brief appearance in his play of Anna’s close, lifelong American friend, Dorothy Burlingham with whom, in England, she would later found and run a celebrated nursery school.
There was a time in her life when Anna Freud apparently knew what she wanted.
www.thevillager.com /villager_24/twelvehoursofanna.html   (1103 words)

  
 Anna Freud | American-Born British Psychoanalyst | Child Therapist | Daughter of Sigmund Freud | Questia.com Online ...
ANNA FREUD "The splendid feel of analysis itself...book is the foremost text available on Anna Freud and as such stands as an important resource...Century " Coless writing...
Freud and Beyond: A History of Modern Psychoanalytic Thought ("Anna Freud: The Building Blocks of Defense Theory" begins on p.
Red Vienna and the Golden Age of Psychology, 1918-1938 ("Anna Freud" begins on p.
www.questia.com /library/psychology/psychologists/anna-freud.jsp   (638 words)

  
 Sigmund Freud: Conflict & Culture (Library of Congress Exhibition)   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
Few figures have had so decisive and fundamental an influence on the course of modern cultural history as Sigmund Freud.
Freud's legacy continues to be hotly contested, as demonstrated by the controversy attracted by this exhibition even before its opening.
The exhibition examines Freud's life and his key ideas and their effect upon the twentieth century.
www.loc.gov /exhibits/freud/freud.html   (109 words)

  
 Anna Freud   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
Freud, Anna (1895-1982), Austrian-British psychoanalyst and daughter of Sigmund Freud, noted especially for her work in the psychoanalysis of children.
Born in Vienna, she became a children's teacher and also worked closely with her father in the development of psychoanalytic theory.
Anna Freud's work stressed the function of the ego in personality development and emphasized the use of defense mechanisms such as repression.
www.distinguishedwomen.com /biographies/freud.html   (129 words)

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