Freud’s studies have a mention of Anna O, the pseudonymous patient. Her real last name was Pappenheim and the famous supposedly-Freudian phase “the talking cure” was coined by her.
He had read a book named "The Art of Becoming an Original Writer in Three Days”, by Ludwig Borne. There is a distinct possibility that the idea for his famous concept of “free association” came from that book.
Georg Groddeck, the physician published a book in 1923 in which he mentioned the concept of “das es” (German). Freud credited Groddeck in his famous book “Das Ich und das Es”, the Latinized version is “The Ego and the Id” and most people believe it to be a Freudian concept.
Is a German born Academy Award winning actor.
The capital city of Austria.
Is a landlocked country located in Central Europe
Is a famous Austrian-American action film star who used to be a professional bodybuilder and later went on to serve two terms as Governor of California.
Was an Austrian physicist famous for his contribution in the field of quantum theory.
Was one of the most influential French psychologists and scientists known for his extensive research related to the mental capacity of humans.
Is an American physicist who is credited with the introduction of the concept of quarks.
Was a very famous Greek mathematician.
Was a British naturalist born in 1809 in Shrewsbury, England.