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Freud, S. (1909). Notes Upon a Case of Obsessional Neurosis. The Standard Edition of the Complete Psychological Works of Sigmund Freud, Volume X (1909): Two Case Histories (‘Little Hans’ and the ‘Rat Man’), 151-318.

Freud, S. (1909). [SEJ151a1]Notes Upon a Case of Obsessional Neurosis. The Standard Edition of the Complete Psychological Works of Sigmund Freud, Volume X (1909): Two Case Histories (‘Little Hans’ and the ‘Rat Man’), 151-318

[SEJ151a1]Notes Upon a Case of Obsessional Neurosis Book Information Previous Up Language Translation

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[SEJ151a2]Editor's Note to "Notes Upon a Case of Obsessional Neurosis"

[SEJ151a3]Bemerkungen Über Einen Fall Von Zwangsneurose

[SEJ151a4](a) German Editions:

[SEJ151a5]1909 Jb. psychoanal. psychopath. Forsch. 1 (2), 357-421.

[SEJ151a6]1913 S.K.S.N. III, 123-197. (1921, 2nd. ed.)

[SEJ151a7]1924 G.S., 8, 269-351.

[SEJ151a8]1932 Vier Krankengeschichten 284-376.

[SEJ151a9]1941 G.W., 7, 381-463.

[SEJ151a10](b) English Translation:

[SEJ151a11]‘Notes upon a Case of Obsessional Neurosis

[SEJ151a12]1925 C.P. 3, 293-383. (Tr. Alix and James Strachey.)

[SEJ151a13]The present translation of the case history is a reprint (with considerable alterations and a number of additional foot-notes) of the original English version of 1925.

[SEJ151a14]Freud's treatment of this case began on October 1st, 1907. An account of its beginnings, given by Freud and followed by a discussion, occupied two evenings at the Vienna Psycho-Analytical Society, on October 30th and November 6th. Some account of the Minutes of these two Meetings has been given by Federn (1948) in a paper with the title ‘Professor Freud: The Beginning of a Case-History’. He gives the date of the second of them incorrectly, however, as November 16th. Further short reports on details of the case were given by Freud to the Vienna Society on November 20th, 1907, and January 22nd and April 8th, 1908. A longer report was

[SEJ151a15]delivered by him at the First International Psycho-Analytical Congress, which was held at Salzburg on April 27th, 1908.

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