A Viennese (Austria) physician who's treatment took the form of a conversation about the patient's everyday life. His theories laid the groundwork for the understanding of the humn psyche. Devised an approach to modern anxieties that avoided moral evaluations of behavior. Convinced that the human psych was NOT rational. Wrote the Interpretation of Dreams in 1900. Coined the "subconscious" state of mind where secret desires and etc. are hidden. Believed that the human mind is made up of the 1) id 2) ego 3) superego. (Example of a new approach to mental ailments.)
Italian educating woman who was the first woman in Italy to earn a medical degree. She founded a whole education type still named after her today... Important as an example of what was called a new woman.
A Russian physiologist discovered Classical Conditioning while working with dogs. Believed that conditioning mental reflexes could modify behavior. (Example of a new approach to mental ailments.)
Freud's theory of human mental processes and his method for treating their malfunctioning. Basically a conversation about the patient's dreams, sexual experiences, and everyday life.
Term of the late 1800s and early 1900s that describes mostly the art, music, and dance that flourished at the time. Indicates the sharp break with romantic and classical music/dance/art. Also applied to women who now sought out jobs, education, and personal freedom. Can also refer to the new sciences, technologies and agriculture that accompanied industrialization.
The study of methods of improving genetic qualities by selective human breeding. Based on Darwinism and "survival of the fittest." Often included the sterilization of those deemed "unfit" to reproduce-- more often than not by force.
One of the three competing parts of the human psyche. The libido- the part that contains instinctive drives and sexual energies.
One of the three competing parts of the human psyche. The part that is most in touch with external reality.
One of the three competing parts of the human psyche. The part that acts kind of like a conscience- telling you not to do something if it's bad.
The Interpretation of Dreams 1900
KNOW DATE Freud's novel that explained his belief that dreams reveal0 a repressed part of personality, an unconscious one, where all sorts of feelings are more or less hidden.