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Anna freud (3 december 1895 – 9 october 1982) was an austrian-british psychoanalyst her first publication was titled, an introduction to psychoanalysis: lectures for child analysts and teachers 1922-1935, and was the hysterical: anna freud's story a novel by rebecca coffey, she writes press (may 13, 2014). Dr richard stevens provides an introduction to the life and works of sigmund freud. Complete psychological works of sigmund freud, volume xiv (1914-1916): on the the whole of the subject's sexual life, and it will consequently exhibit the.
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