Essay on Sigmund Freud 's Theory Of Psychology

1451 Words Nov 30th, 2015 6 Pages
Sigmund Freud was a psychologist known for many things. Freud is most famous for being the “the father” of psychoanalysis. Freud is also the son of the founder of psychoanalysis, Jacob Freud. He, Sigmund Freud, was a physiologist, medical doctor, psychologist and influential thinker of the early twentieth century. He was also a man very set in his ways, his theories were based on his time period in history and the way things were then. Freud expressed and fine tuned the ideas of the unconscious mind, infantile sexuality and repression, and a study of the mind’s structure. Sigmund Freud’s theories are widely studied and still used as structures for many concepts in the world of psychology today. There are many things to explore about Freud, where he grew up to how he developed his theories. So let 's start off at the top.

Sigmund Freud stated, "My life is interesting only if it is related to psychoanalysis", so let’s see how little Freud was brought up to become the “the father of psychoanalysis” he became to be. Sigmund Freud was born into the arms of Amalia Nathansohn and Jacob Freud in Freiberg, Moravia on May 6, 1856. His father was a textile dealer and a psychoanalysis, his mother was the kind, nurturing, and sentimental one. All together Sigmund had 9 brother and sisters two older, half siblings, and 7 younger. Freud obtained some key traits from his parents, from his father he inherited his “sense of humor, the skepticism before life incertitude, the habit of…

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