Inhibitions, Symptoms, and Anxiety by Sigmund Freud

This book is a comprehensive exploration of the psychoanalytic theories of anxiety, as well as the role of inhibition and symptoms in mental health. The author delves into the idea that anxiety is a result of repressed libidinal energy and presents his theories on the causes and treatments of neuroses. The book also discusses the relationship between the conscious and unconscious mind, and the impact of childhood experiences on adult behavior.

The 7242nd greatest book of all time


Published
1926
Nationality
Austrian
Type
Nonfiction
Pages
Unknown
Words
Unknown
Original Language
German

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