The History of Freud and Psychoanalysis
"Psychoanalysis is (a) the method developed by Sigmund Freud and extended by his followers for treating mental disorders. (b) The theory of personality, which grew out of experiences with the psychoanalytic method of treatment. The theory emphasizes the role of unconscious processes in personality development and in motivation." (Atkinson, 1953). Sigmund Freud, Carl Jung and Alfred Adler all influenced the school of psychoanalysis; however, before this there were many precursors to psychoanalysis such as Franz Anton Mesmer, Philippe Pinel and Jean-Martin Charcot.
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