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Examples of "freudian"
Roland argued that Freudian approaches are not applicable to Asian cultures. Other critics questioned the propriety of applying Freudian analysis to third parties via native informants or posthumously.
Along with other neo-Freudian practitioners of interpersonal psychoanalysis, such as Horney, Fromm, Thompson and Fromm-Reichman Sullivan repudiated Freudian drive theory.
Allen has described himself as being a "militant Freudian atheist".
In psychology, the Freudian term anal fixation is used.
In comparable fashion, 'an article...by Mr Edward Glover, entitled "Freudian or Neo-Freudian", directed entirely against the constructions of Mr Alexander' equally used the term as a form of orthodox reproach.
Despite these variances with the prevalent Freudian view, Horney strove to reformulate Freudian thought, presenting a holistic, humanistic view of the individual psyche which placed much emphasis on cultural and social differences worldwide.
A number of authors have looked at "From An Abandoned Work" from a Freudian perspective:
Nina Searl, 'Freudian Light on Children's Behaviour' "The New Era" XVII 1936
His work draws from the hellenistic tradition, as well as Rodin, Giacometti and Freudian psychoanalysis.
Horney, together with fellow psychoanalyst Alfred Adler, formed the Neo-Freudian discipline.
just not psychoanalytically useful information in a Freudian sense of the term.
Jo Walton has said that "The Demolished Man" is shaped by Freudian psychology, comparing it to "The Last Battle"'s relation to Christianity, and emphasizing that the resolution of the plot only makes sense in a Freudian context: Reich's hatred of D'Courtney is motivated by oedipal feelings. Writer Richard Beard thought the Freudian aspects problematic: "Not all his future projections have worn so well. Reich's motives are stiffly dependent on Freudian theory, but most glaringly Bester fails to predict any type of feminism. The words girl and pretty always come as a pair."
Based on ethnographic data, Malinowski argues that the Freudian Oedipus complex is not universal.
Heinz L. Ansbacher, "'Neo-Freudian' or 'Neo-Adlerian'?", "American Psychologist" 8 (1953)
With other theatres: High Fife Comedy (founder), The Underground, Pavlov’s Dog’s, Freudian Slip Improvisational Comedy.
Even Carl Jung's "collective unconscious" was preferred to Freudian concepts because of its communal element.
Freudian Corduroy is the debut album by the band Ist, released in 2004.
According to American psychologist Calvin S. Hall, from his 1954 "Primer in Freudian Psychology":
Freudian psychology also appears in the narrative when Stephen and Christian encounter the Urscumug, who displays characteristics of their father.
The key themes in the novel are betrayal and a Freudian relationship between the protagonist Andrews and his deceased father.