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Inhibitions, Symptoms and Anxiety

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This vintage text contains Sigmund Freud's seminal essay, "Inhibitions, Symptoms and Anxiety". Although 'symptoms' and 'inhibitions' appear to be unconnected phenomena, the fact that in some disorders and illnesses there are only symptoms, and in others only inhibitions - seems to indicate that there may be a connection between the two. This fascinating treatise by the father of psychoanalysis explores this connection, and examines what it may mean for psychoanalytical paradigms. This text is highly recommended for anyone interested in psychoanalysis or the work of the great Sigmund Freud, and it will be of special utility to students of psychology. Sigmund Freud (1856 - 1939) was an Austrian neurologist widely considered to be the father of psychoanalysis. We are republishing this antiquarian volume in an affordable, modern edition complete with a specially commissioned new biography of the author.

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