Instinct and the Unconscious
|Instinct and the Unconscious (1920)
|Originally published in 1919 by the British Psychological Society. OCLC 71767201all editions|
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A CONTRIBUTION TO A BIOLOGICAL THEORY OF THE PSYCHO-NEUROSES
Table of contents
- I. Introduction
- II. The Unconscious
- III. Suppression
- IV. Suppression and Inhibition
- V. The Content of the Unconscious
- VI. The Nature of Instinct
- VII. The Danger-Instincts
- VIII. Suppression and the all-or-none principle
- IX. Instinct and Suppression
- X. Dissociation
- XI. The "Complex"
- XII. Suggestion
- XIII. Hypnotism
- XIV. Sleep
- XV. The Psycho-Neuroses
- XVI. Hysteria or Substitution-Neurosis
- XVII. Other modes of solution
- XVIII. Regression
- XIX. Sublimation
- I. Freud's Psychology of the Unconscious
- II. A case of Claustrophobia
- III. Repression of War Experience
- IV. War-Neurosis and Military Training
- V. Freud's conception of the "Censorship"
- VI. "Wind-up"
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