Freud: A Critical Re-Evaluation of His Theories

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INDEX
Aberrations, sexual, 78-80
Abraham, K., 69, 210-11, 263, 265, 267
Abreaction, 8, 16, 19, 98
Abstinence, sexual, 14, 73, 228
Abt., L., 158
Acquisition and Control of Fire, The, 293
Acting out, 63
Actual neurosis, 14, 15, 107
Additions to the Interpretation of Dreams, 288
Address Delivered in the Goethe House at Frankfurt, 292
Address to Members of the B'nai B'rith, 292
Adler, A., 86, 138, 169-70, 173, 207, 230, 257, 267
Adler, K., 267
Adolescence, 82, 118
Aesthetics, 41, 142-43, 151-56
Affection, 13, 14, 63
Aggression, 15, 25, 65, 75, 90, 171, 173- 74, 178-79, 197, 233-34, 243, 244
Aggressive instinct, 172, 197
Alexander, Franz, 6, 247, 267
Ambition, 24
Ambivalence, 24, 58, 86, 113, 117, 133, 136, 145, 148, 177
Amnesias, 80
of childhood, lifting of the, 98, 102
posthypnotic, 40
Anaclitic stage, 67
Anal stage, 25, 29, 64, 66, 133, 172
Analysis
character, 139
child, 30,245
group, 245
lay, 202, 231-33
termination of, 191, 234-35
training, 21, 28
Analysis of a Phobia in a Five-Year-Old Boy, 119, 140, 288
Analysis Terminable and Interminable, 103, 167, 182, 190, 194, 234, 293
Analyzability, 31, 99, 107
Anger, see Aggression
Animism, 145-46
Anthropology, psychoanalysis and, 143-51
Antithetical Sense of Primal Words, The, 288
Anxiety, 16, 224, 225-30, 233, 243
revised theory of, 179-81, 224, 225-26, 243
toxic theory of, 17, 19
Anxiety dreams, 47, 52
Anxiety hysteria, 106, 111
Anxiety neurosis, 14, 16
Anzieu, Didier, 22, 31, 261, 267
Art
psychoanalysis and, 151-56
psychoanalytic interpretation of, 41
wish-fulfillment and, 142-43
Association, see Free association
Associations of a Four-Year-Old Child, 291
Autobiographical Note, 287
Autobiographical Study, An, 292
Autobiography (Freud), 9, 31, 89, 241
Auto-erotic stage, 66, 180
Axelrad, S., 157, 267
Basic Writings of Sigmund Freud, The, 59, 91, 156, 186, 286
Baumeyer, F.141, 267
Beane, F., 267
Beating fantasies, 133, 174
Behaviorism, 70, 251-52
Bellak, L., 20, 246, 255, 256, 262, 266, 267
Benedek, T., 268
Beres, D., 187, 268
Beyond the Pleasure Principle, 86, 172, 174-76, 177, 186210, 214, 222, 291 Binswanger, L., 255, 263, 268
Biology, 24, 58, 62, 86-89, 142, 176, 177, 178
Birth trauma theory, 180, 225
Blanck, G., 204, 268
Blau, A., 20, 268
Blum, G. S., 256, 268
Blunder, see Errors
Bodily pleasure, 13, 63, 81
Body, 17, 75, 133
Bonaparte, Marie, 20, 22, 179
"Borderline states," 107
Boring, E. G., 254, 266, 268
Bound energy, 13, 37
Bourke, John Gregory, 289
Bouvet, M., 195
Bowel training, 25
Bowlby, J., 188, 268 Brain, 11, 17, 72, 84, 250
Brandt, L. W., 262, 268
Breast, 64, 75, 82
Breland, K., 93, 268
Breland, M., 93, 268
Brengelman, J. C., 256, 269
Brenman, M., 187, 268
Brenner, C., 20, 92, 268
Breuer, Josef, 7-8, 13, 16, 17, 19, 20, 24, 37, 76, 242, 261, 286
Brierley, M., 247, 268

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