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Nicholson, T. Kanaan, R. Edwards, M. Howlett, S. Carson, A. (2016). Freud’s Studies on Hysteria 120th Anniversary Debate: Part 3. Debate on Freud and Breuer's 'Studies on Hysteria'. PEP Videostream, 1(9):20.

(2016). PEP Videostream, 1(9):20

Freud’s Studies on Hysteria 120th Anniversary Debate: Part 3. Debate on Freud and Breuer's 'Studies on Hysteria' Related Papers

Panelist:
Timothy Nicholson, Richard Kanaan, Mark Edwards, Stephanie Howlett y Alan Carson

Public engagement event at the Freud Museum London & funded by the UK National Institute of Health Research, to inform the general public about Hysteria – now known as conversion disorder or functional neurological disorder – and assess if Freud’s theories, specifically those in his seminal work ‘Studies on Hysteria’ are still relevant today. Initially there is a pair of lectures giving an introduction ‘Is Freud’s book Studies on Hysteria still relevant?’ – Debate aimed at the general public. Chaired by Dr Tim Nicholson (Institute of Psychiatry / Maudsley Hospital, London). Motion proposed by Richard Kanaan (Professor of Neuropsychiatry, Melbourne University) & Stephanie Howlett (Psychotherapist, Sheffield, UK). Motion opposed by Mark Edwards (Professor of Neurology, St George’s London) & Alan Carson (Senior Lecturer in Neuropsychiatry, Edinburgh University).

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