6 edition of Freud"s Dora found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. 155-165) and index.
|Statement||Patrick J. Mahony.|
|LC Classifications||RC532 .M34 1996|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xviii, 170 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||170|
|LC Control Number||96010372|
In her new book, "Freud, Dora and Vienna ," the historian Hannah S. Decker re-examines this case, giving the reader a detailed account of Dora's life and family background. Case Studies: Dora – Sigmund Freud The Bauer’s and the Zellenka’s. In Fragments of an Analysis of a Case of Hysteria (), Freud first published a case study on Ida Bauer, under the pseudonym “Dora”, a daughter of parents in a loveless marriage. Her father, a merchant, and mother, immigrated from Bohemia to Vienna.
This book studies one of Freud's famous, but unhappiest cases 'Dora'--an adolescent girl from the upper-middle-class Viennese-Jewish family that he treated in his early years as a psychoanalyst. Hannah Decker does a wonderful job of locating both Freud and Dora in their historical context and of reconstructing attitudes about Jews, women, and Pages: freud and dora case a promise betrayed cesare romano revisits doras clinical case in light of freuds own the history of psychoanalysis series by cesare romano isbn from amazons book store free uk freud and the dora case.
Quoted by Patrick Mahony, Freud’s Dora: A Psychoanalytic, Historical, and Textual Study (Yale University Press, ), pp. ↩ 5. Freud, Standard Edition, Numerous further protestations to the same effect are cited by Malcolm Macmillan, Freud Evaluated: The Completed Arc (MIT Press, ), pp. It seems doubtful that. Description: This book studies one of Freud's famous, but unhappiest cases "Dora"--an adolescent girl from the upper-middle-class Viennese-Jewish family that he treated in his early years as a psychoanalyst. Decker locates both Freud and Dora in their historical context and reconstructs attitudes about Jews, women, and doctors in turn-of-the.
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Dora is the pseudonym given by Sigmund Freud to a patient whom he diagnosed with hysteria, and treated for about eleven weeks in Her most manifest hysterical symptom was aphonia, or loss of voice.
The patient's real name was Ida Bauer (–); her brother Otto Bauer was a leading member of the Austro-Marxist movement. In a book, The Assault on Truth: Freud's Suppression of the Seduction Theory, Jeffrey Masson accuses Freud of undercutting the "truth" of his original theory of hysteria and its origins by abandoning the seduction theory.
-- For Masson, Freud caves in to social and professional pressure and thereby sacrifices truth of his theory. A fascinating case study that reads like a detective novel, pulling readers deep into the twisted world and dark mental corners of one of Sigmund Freud’s most intriguing psychological patients.
An intelligent but troubled eighteen-year-old girl to whom Freud gives the pseudonym “Dora” is at the center of this captivating case ed on: Novem -- The Women's Review of Books. Representation of Patriarchy Sexuality and Epistemology in Freuds Dora.
Questioning the Unconscious The Dora Archive. Enforcing Oedipus Freud and Dora. The Untenable. Reading Dora Reading Freuds Fragment of an Analysis of a Case of Hysteria.
Another patient who sought help from Freud and whose story was published as a case study was Dora, a girl whose inexplicable cough led Freuds Dora book to pursue psychological causes of her symptoms.
Her treatment was reported by Freud in Fragments of an Analysis of a Case of Hysteria infive years after she had consulted Freud. Four years after Freud has treated her, he tells us, his young patient whom he called Dora (Ida Bauer) has moved on.
A significant change has taken place in her life. She had, indeed, married a. FREUD AND HYSTERIA: THE CASE OF DORA Ina book "the interpretation of dreams" written by (an famous Austrian doctor) stirred up the world of psychology by giving birth to psychoanalysis.
The most important part of Freud's discovery was the unconscious which is, according to Freud, the place of repulsed but structured thought. Sigismund Freud is born on May 6, in Freiberg, Moravia (now Pribor in the Czech Republic). The Freuds move to Vienna in Freud begins a friendship with his classmate Eduard Silberstein.
In Freud passes his Matura (school leaving certificate) and enters Vienna University. 3 Sigmund Freud The Psychopathology of Everyday Life (A. Brill translation, ).pdf 4 Sigmund Freud Fragment of an Analysis of a Case of Hysteria (the Dora case history, James Strachey translation, ) 5 Sigmund Freud Jokes and their Relation to the Unconscious (James Strachey translation, ).pdf.
Dora: An Analysis of a Case of Hysteria is a case study that Freud writes about an eighteen-year-old girl. Dora, whose actual name Freud keeps secret, suffers from a variety of hysterical symptoms, including dysponea (difficulty breathing), aphonia (loss of voice), nervous coughing and migraine headaches.
Freud published the Dora case inat the beginning of the psychoanalytic movement, and several authors have reconsidered this case since then. Both these books find Freud guilty of errors and worse: deliberate deception in presenting material to support his theory, misstatement of dates and sequences, and so by: The Standard Edition of the Complete Psychological Works of Sigmund Freud.
Trans. from the German under the general editorship of James Strachey, in collaboration with Anna Freud, assisted by Alix Strachey, Alan Tyson, and Angela Richards. 24 volumes, London: Hogarth Press and the Institute of Psycho-Analysis, Freud tells us that Frau K, in a similar way to Dora’s father, came to rely on Dora as a confidante and adviser in connection to “all her marital difficulties”.
We also learn that Dora’s father suffered a detached retina when Dora being treated in a darkened room, and that two years later he experienced symptoms of “paralysis. The Question of God: C.S.
Lewis and Sigmund Freud Debate God, Love, Sex, and the Meaning of Life by Armand M. Nicholi Jr. really liked it avg rating — 3, ratings. The psychoanalytic encounter of Sigmund Freud, at mid-life, and Dora, an emotionally troubled adolescent suffering from hysteria, provides a glimpse into the private lives of upper-middle-class Jews in fin-de-siecle Vienna - their professional concerns, familial relations, sexual undercurrents, and responses to the social forces of anti-semitism and the derogation of women.
Hysteria, Dora, and Freud's psychosexual theory In the transitional years between The Interpretation of Dreams and both "Dora" and the Three Essays Freud was preoccupied with the developmental and clinical implications of the theory of bisexuality he had picked up from Fliess (cf.
Freud, ; Kerr,pp. From the Back Cover This book studies one of Freud's famous, but unhappiest cases 'Dora'--an adolescent girl from the upper-middle-class Viennese-Jewish family that he treated in his early years as a by: In Dora’s case, Freud asserts that her hidden desires have manifested themselves through physical ailments.
His goal in dream interpretation is to get the patient to acknowledge her repressed impulses and to provide them with an outlet. Freud asserts that erotic desire is one of the prime motivators of human behavior.
Sigmund Freud is commonly referred to as "the father of psychoanalysis" and his work has been highly influential - popularizing such notions as the unconscious, the Oedipus complex, defense mechanisms, Freudian slips and dream symbolism - while also making a long-lasting impact on fields as diverse as literature, film, Marxist and.
An Analysis of a Case of Hysteria. Author: Sigmund Freud; Publisher: Simon and Schuster ISBN: Category: Psychology Page: View: DOWNLOAD NOW» An appealing and intelligent eighteen-year-old girl to whom Freud gives the pseudonym "Dora" is the subject of a case history that has all the intrigue and unexpected twists of a first-rate detective novel.
The case of the patient whom Freud immortalized as Dora is regarded as a landmark in the evolution of psychoanalytic theory and technique, as a graphic demonstration of psychosomatics and the therapeutic significance of dreams.The case of the patient whom Freud immortalized as Dora is regarded as a landmark in the evolution of psychoanalytic theory and technique, as a graphic demonstration of psychosomatics and the therapeutic significance of dreams/5.
Freud wrote about dreams in many different places, most notably in his book The Interpretation of Dreams. According to Freud, the number of things represented by symbols in dreams is not great.