7615 reading 4

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7615 Reading 4 1. Freud initially developed his seduction theory because he found solid evidence of childhood sexual abuse and he actually believed his patients in what they had to say, then he later dropped it because he thought he made a mistake believing his patients when his discovery and paper were discouraged and urged to never be published unless he wanted to jeopardize his reputation (social pressure). Social pressure is what forced him to drop the theory because it was his solid evidence that led him to that discovery, if he had found evidence to the contrary he would ve published it. 2. If neuroses were found to be mostly caused by actual sexual abuse rather than by sexual
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  • Spring '12
  • KenSwan
  • social pressure, seduction theory

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