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Studies in Hysteria

by Sigmund Freud, Josef Breuer

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Nervous And Mental Disease Monograph Series No. 61.
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This is an excellent representation of Pre-PsychoAnalytic writings with the "Project" which contains several of the major case studies which led to Freud's theories on Hysterical symptoms and ultimately, unconscious processes. Breuer drifted away from Freud, just like most other collaborators including Fleiss, Jung, Ferenzci, Abraham, and eventually even his cabib-boy, ernest Jones. But his writings on the treatment process are clear and concise, where Freud is often a bit conversational and undulating in expressing his opinions in a roundabout fashion. Well worth the extra time to read. ( )
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