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Freud, S. (1915). Repression. The Standard Edition of the Complete Psychological Works of Sigmund Freud, Volume XIV (1914-1916): On the History of the Psycho-Analytic Movement, Papers on Metapsychology and Other Works, 141-158.

Freud, S. (1915). [SEN141a1]Repression. The Standard Edition of the Complete Psychological Works of Sigmund Freud, Volume XIV (1914-1916): On the History of the Psycho-Analytic Movement, Papers on Metapsychology and Other Works, 141-158

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[SEN141a2]Editor's Note to "Repression"

[SEN141a3](a) GERMAN EDITION:

[SEN141a4]1915 Die Verdrängung Int. Z. Psychoanal., 3 (3), 129-38.

[SEN141a5]1918 Die Verdrängung S.K.S.N., 4, 279-93. (1922, 2nd ed.)

[SEN141a6]1924 Die Verdrängung G.S., 5, 466-79.

[SEN141a7]1924 Die Verdrängung Technik und Metapsychol., 188-201.

[SEN141a8]1931 Die Verdrängung Theoretische Schriften, 83-97.

[SEN141a9]1946 Die Verdrängung G.W., 10, 248-61.

[SEN141a10](b) English Translation:

[SEN141a11]‘Repression’ 1925 C.P., 4, 84-97. (Tr. C. M. Baines.)

[SEN141a12]The present translation, though based on that of 1925, has been very largely rewritten.

[SEN141a13]In his ‘History of the Psycho-Analytic Movement’ (1914d), Freud declared that ‘the theory of repression is the cornerstone on which the whole structure of psycho-analysis rests’ (p. 16 above); and in the present essay, together with Section IV of the paper on ‘The Unconscious’ which follows it (p. 180 ff.), he gave his most elaborate formulation of that theory.

[SEN141a14]The concept of repression goes back historically to the very beginnings of psycho-analysis. The first published reference to it was in the Breuer and Freud ‘Preliminary Communication’ of 1893 (Standard Ed., 2, 10). The term ‘Verdrängung’ had been used by the early nineteenth-century psychologist Herbart and may possibly have come to Freud's knowledge through his teacher Meynert, who had been an admirer of Herbart.

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