Anton von Freund - A Hungarian analysand of Freud's. Grateful for having been cured of his neurosis, Freund donated a large sum of money to help found the Internationaler Psychoanalytischer Verlag, a psychoanalytic publishing house in Vienna. Unfortunately, high levels of postwar inflation soon rendered Freund's donation nearly worthless, forcing the Verlag into difficult financial straits. Carl G. Jung - A Swiss psychiatrist who was one of Freud's most avid followers in the 1900s, he broke with psychoanalysis in 1913 over conflicts with Freud about the importance of the sex drive in human behavior. From 1910 to 1912, Jung was president of the International Psychoanalytic Association and editor of the Association's Jahrbuch. Jung went on to become a well-known psychologist with strong mystical leanings. Jung was one of the first non-Jews to become interested in psychoanalysis.
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