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Freud, S. (1910). ‘Wild’ Psycho-Analysis. The Standard Edition of the Complete Psychological Works of Sigmund Freud, Volume XI (1910): Five Lectures on Psycho-Analysis, Leonardo da Vinci and Other Works, 219-228.
Freud, S. (1910). [SEK219a1]‘Wild’ Psycho-Analysis. The Standard Edition of the Complete Psychological Works of Sigmund Freud, Volume XI (1910): Five Lectures on Psycho-Analysis, Leonardo da Vinci and Other Works, 219-228
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[SEK219a2]Editor's Note to "‘Wild’ Psycho-Analysis"
[SEK219a3](a) German Editions:
[SEK219a4]1910 Über ‘Wilde’ Psychoanalyse Zbl Psychoan., 1 3, 91-5.
[SEK219a5]1913 Über ‘Wilde’ Psychoanalyse S.K.S.N., 3, 299-305. (2nd ed. 1921.)
[SEK219a6]1924 Über ‘Wilde’ Psychoanalyse Technik und Metapsychol., 37-44.
[SEK219a7]1925 Über ‘Wilde’ Psychoanalyse G.S., 6, 37-44.
[SEK219a8]1943 Über ‘Wilde’ Psychoanalyse G.W., 8, 118-25.
[SEK219a9](b) English Translations:
[SEK219a10]‘Concerning “Wild” Psychoanalysis’ 1912 S.P.H. (2nd ed.), 201-6. (Tr. A. A. Brill.) (3rd ed. 1920.)
[SEK219a11]‘Observations on “Wild” Psycho-Analysis’ 1924 C.P., 2, 297-304. (Tr. Joan Riviere.)
[SEK219a12]The present translation, with a modified title ‘“Wild” Psycho-Analysis’, is based on the one published in 1924.
[SEK219a13]The essential theme of this paper (published in December, 1910) had already been touched on by Freud some six years earlier in a lecture on psychotherapy(1905a), Standard Ed., 7, 261-2. Apart from its main theme, the paper is noteworthy for containing one of Freud's rare later allusions to the ‘actual neuroses’ coupled with a reminder of the importance of the distinction between anxiety neurosis and anxiety hysteria (p. 224f.).
[SEK219a15]A Few days ago a middle-aged lady, under the protection of a female friend, called upon me for a consultation, complaining of anxiety-states.
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