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Freud was not particularly optimistic about the outcome of therapeutic treatment. In Studies on Hysteria (1895), he pledged that psychoanalysis could transform hysterical misery into ‘common unhappiness’.
 
Freud was not particularly optimistic about the outcome of therapeutic treatment. In Studies on Hysteria (1895), he pledged that psychoanalysis could transform hysterical misery into ‘common unhappiness’.
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Latest revision as of 19:40, 16 June 2020

Freud was not particularly optimistic about the outcome of therapeutic treatment. In Studies on Hysteria (1895), he pledged that psychoanalysis could transform hysterical misery into ‘common unhappiness’.

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