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Sigmund Freud

    Sigmund Freud was the discoverer of the science of psychoanalysis, i.e. investigation of unconscious mind. Thus he brought relief and hope to millions of People with disturbed minds. Freud also put forward theories regarding how the healthy development of sexual life is important in human’s behavior.

    He gave the thesis that all friendly, social impulses cater to the healthy development of the individual’s sexual life. His doctrines in the sphere of co-relation between healthy social impulse and behaviour were widely accepted. His work and findings made a great impact on psychology, which will last as long as man studies human behavior.

    Sigmund Freud was born in 1856, in Austria. His mother was convinced that Sigmund Freud had been born to fulfill a high destiny. He was lucky enough to get all the love and care of his mother throughout his childhood, which further inspired him in his discovery of mind. His father was a good and disciplined teacher. In childhood, Freud was taught by his father. After schooling, he got admitted in the University of Vienna to study medicine and became a doctor.

    Freud's psychoanalysis threw light on all aspects of human life and behaviour. He analyzed the causes of neurotic diseases and their treatment through hypnosis. His study revealed that there existed an unconscious mind, wherein lay the root of nervous illness. His 'Interpretation of Dreams' brought for him an international reputation. He wrote many books like 'The Psychopathology of Everyday Life', 'The Ego and Id' and 'Psychoanalysis'. Freud arrived in London and later on died in 1939, leaving his beneficial work for mankind.

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