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Freud, S. (1912). Types of Onset of Neurosis. The Standard Edition of the Complete Psychological Works of Sigmund Freud, Volume XII (1911-1913): The Case of Schreber, Papers on Technique and Other Works, 227-238.

Freud, S. (1912). [SEL227a1]Types of Onset of Neurosis. The Standard Edition of the Complete Psychological Works of Sigmund Freud, Volume XII (1911-1913): The Case of Schreber, Papers on Technique and Other Works, 227-238

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[SEL227a2]Editor's Note to "Types of Onset of Neurosis"

[SEL227a3]Über Neurotische Erkrankungstypen

[SEL227a4](a) German Editions:

[SEL227a5]1912 Zbl. Psychoan., 2 (6), 297-302.

[SEL227a6]1913 S.K.S.N., 3, 306-13.

[SEL227a7]1924 G.S., 5, 400-8.

[SEL227a8]1943 G.W., 8, 322-30.

[SEL227a9](b English Translation:

[SEL227a10]‘Types of Neurotic Nosogenesis’ 1924 C.P., 2, 113-21. (Tr. E. C. Mayne.)

[SEL227a11]The present translation, with a different title, is a new one by James Strachey.

[SEL227a12]This paper appeared in the March, 1912, issue of the Zentralblatt, It is an expansion of some remarks contained in a paragraph of the Schreber analysis (1911c), p. 61 f. above, and its theme is the classification of the precipitating causes of neurotic illnesses. Freud had, of course, often dealt with it before; but in his earlier writings the position was obscured by the prominence given in them to traumatic events. After he had more or less completely abandoned the trauma theory, his interest was largely focussed (e.g. in the ‘Summary’ at the end of the Three Essays (1905d), Standard Ed., 7, 235 ff.) on the various predisposing causes of neurosis. The precipitating causes are mentioned in one or two contemporary papers, but only in the most general and somewhat deprecating terms. (See, for instance, a paper on the aetiology of the neuroses (1906a), Standard Ed.

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