freudreturns

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John Feitelberg Dr. Lane PSY 2012-04 December 7, 2007 Research Alternative- Freud Returns While I certainly gravitate towards Hobson in my beliefs that Freud’s ideas are both ridiculous and outdated, I feel that Solms conveys his argument better. Of course, this is probably because Solms has some three extra pages of text to portray his thoughts. Solms cites numerous studies that show the reader conclusive evidence intended to convince us that Freud and his absurd beliefs are mounting a comeback. Hobson has no such citations in his brief scribing. Hobson’s work seems to be more of a “blog,” rather than a piece of journalistic art, once again this is more than likely due to the length difference. Solms takes the time to delve fairly deeply into each and every aspect of Freud’s theories, and explain at least one study, which shows it’s newly found relevance. However, in my opinion this new relevance is based on flawed foundations. Yes, the new studies do seem to support some of Freud’s theories. But, I do not see a reason to believe
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This note was uploaded on 04/08/2008 for the course PSYCH 2012 taught by Professor Lane during the Fall '08 term at FSU.

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