Freudian Dream Theory Research Paper by The Research Group

Freudian Dream Theory
Examines the evolution of the theory from Freud to the 1990s. Discusses background, major concepts, innovations and theorists (Jung, Horney, Erikson), group therapy, dream interpretation, goals and techniques.
# 14993 | 4,500 words | 25 sources | 1999 | US
Published on Jul 13, 2003 in Psychology (Dreams) , Psychology (Freud)


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This research paper presents the evolution of Freud's dream theory from the point of inception to the present. Included are comparisons to theorists such as Jung and Horney, and present-day application of dreams for therapy.

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FREUDIAN DREAM THEORY

Introduction
This research paper presents the evolution of Freud's dream theory from the point of inception to the present. Included are comparisons to theorists such as Jung and Horney, and present-day application of dreams for therapy.

Biography & General Theory Discussion
Sigmund Freud (1856-1939) was born in Freiberg, Moravia (now Czechoslovakia). His father was an unsuccessful wool merchant who eventually moved the family to Vienna (Freud was four years old), where Freud remained nearly eighty years. Freud's father was a strict authoritarian and his mother was protective and loving. Freud felt attached and sexually attracted to his mother and feared his father; he later referred to this as the Oedipus ..."

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