Neurosis as evidence of the unconscious and defense mechanisms

Neurosis as evidence of the unconscious and defense mechanisms

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Obsessional Neurosis Two case studies : --Many times a day a woman ran from her room into another , stood beside a table in the middle of the room , rang a bell for her housemaid, sent her on an indifferent errand or let her go without one, then ran back into he own room 323-324 --A nineteen year old woman developed a meticulously exaggerated sleep ceremonial: clocks, watches, flowerpots, half-open door to parents' room, pillow not touch bedstead,. smaller pillow placed as a diamond shape, eiderdown quilt shaken, then she smoothed it down (328-329) 1. How are both of these cases evidence for the unconscious, according to Freud?(343, 45) 2. What's the "cure" for each of these obsessional neuroses? (346) 3. How does a psychoanalyst bring about that cure? (355) 4. Here are some ways in which Freud says patients resist the psychoanalyst's technique of_______________ a) the patient says nothing occurs to him (356) b) the patient says too many thoughts are crowding in on him so that he can't get a
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This note was uploaded on 08/30/2011 for the course INTELLECTU 0851 taught by Professor Dr.racker during the Spring '10 term at Temple.

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