Though he lived out his final days in London, legendary psychoanalyst Sigmund Freud spent most of his life in Vienna. Here are the spots most closely connected to Freud in the Austrian capital.
“Dreams are the royal road to the unconscious,” Sigmund Freud wrote in 1899, over in Vienna, Austria. The Republicans of Texas don’t have a lot of time for foreigners like Freud and foreign notions like psychoanalysis, although theyShow More Summary
For more than a century now, depth psychology -- the research and practice built on the work of Pierre Janet, William James, Sigmund Freud, Anna Freud, Lou Andreas-Salome, C.G. Jung, and other explorers of the unconscious -- has invited...Show More Summary
Freudian slips are slips of the tongue that seem to reveal the speaker's secret thoughts. The most famous of these slips, in psychological circles, was analyzed by Sigmund Freud himself. Learn about how Freud connected incorrect Latin to a dark personal secret. Read more...
Handwritten text shows a personal side of its author, a side that is not easy to put into words and that contrasts with the standardized look of digital communication. This contrast and “aura” is perhaps what makes handwritten fonts so popular. Show More Summary
You don't have to be Sigmund Freud to figure out the deep inner meaning of the new Coldplay album. Each and every song addresses the "conscious uncoupling" heard 'round the world between band leader Chris Martin and soon-to-be-ex-wife Gwyneth Paltrow.
It’s hard not to imagine Twitter as the subconscious of the Internet, with millions of people each day broadcasting every fleeting thought, idea, or sandwich they have into the ether without a moment’s hesitation. Sigmund Freud believed...Show More Summary
Happy penis to Sigmund Freud. What? No, I'm pretty sure I said "birthday."
Sigmund Freud is believed by many to be one of the greatest — and most controversial— thinkers of all time. Regardless of if you agree with his theories or if you feel like Freud was a bit off his rocker, there is no denying that Sigmund Freud’s theories have played a huge part on all
Sigmund Freud would have loved Maureen Dowd's column this past Wednesday. After a bold opening commanding the president of the United States to "stop whining," Dowd launches into several paragraphs conceding that Barack Obama actually...Show More Summary
When the Korean-American novelist Chang-rae Lee was a child, he was particularly interested in the works of Sigmund Freud. As he told the Times recently, he read Freud’s case studies eagerly, absorbing the tales of his famous patients as if they were descriptions of characters in a story. Show More Summary
X-Files fans, rejoice! Frank Spotnitz has a new project. EW has confirmed that Spotnitz and Nicholas Meyer have teamed up
I... he... what?! Further proving there is literally nothing American TV networks won't turn into a crime procedural (or a hospital procedural ), the father of modern psychoanalysis will use his knowledge of the oedipal complex to catch bad guys in the new series Freud: The Secret Casebook. Read more...
In news fraught with psychological meaning for the show’s creators, a drama is in the works in which Sigmund Freud, the father of psychoanalysis, is also a cop—because perhaps they see their own fathers as unsympathetic and merciless...Show More Summary
There's a Sigmund Freud drama in the works, but apparently the birth psychoanalysis is not enough to hang a show on: Freud: The Secret Casebook will turn Freud into a criminal profiler, because everything has to be a cop penis. Show! Cop show! The Secret Casebook, which is still in... More »
"What progress we are making. In the Middle Ages they would have burned me. Now they are content with burning my books." -- Sigmund Freud History is fascinating, but The Classical World by Robin Lane Fox is particularly noteworthy. The...Show More Summary
"Sometimes a cigar is just a cigar," Sigmund Freud (possibly) said, poking fun at the idea (he popularized) that everything is based on subliminal, often phallus-based signals. But you can smoke a cigar. Why, Jon Stewart asked on Tuesday...Show More Summary
Wargaming has released an eight-minute look at its physics upgrades for multiplayer battler World of Tanks. If that doesn't pique your interest, how does a Sigmund Freud reference grab you? The video's got one of those, and it leads into a destructibles discussion that's centered around the latest upgrades. Show More Summary
Data from over 178,000 Americans in 2013 reveals the happiest and saddest states in the US. Most adults can’t remember much, if anything, from before the age of three. It’s what Sigmund Freud first termed ‘childhood amnesia’. Continue reading - - > ? Dr Jeremy Dean is a psychologist and author of PsyBlog. Show More Summary