Sigmund Theories

This research paper will discuss many topics relating to Sigmund Freud 's work and effort put into the psychological field. Not only did he dedicate lots of time into his research in order to prove his point, but he revolutionized the perspective of psychoanalysis. He was an intellectual neurologist who earned his way up to the top by being recognized throughout the world of science. I will also be discussing many of Sigmund 's theories that were proven correct, incorrect, and some as unknown. Many sources, at least ten, will be used as evidence to support my statements talking about the topic of this essay. From research papers talking about Sigmund 's work to his quotes having another meaning, this essay will have as much as it needs to complete its journey in explaining Sigmund Freud 's work and theories by the time he started to work until death. To start off this journey, according to the article Sigmund Freud Biography written by Biography.com Editors but date is unknown, it states, "Sigmund Freud was born in Freiberg, which is now known as the Czech Republic, on May 6, 1856." Sigmund is classified as an Austrian although he spends the majority of his life in a city named Vienna. During his adulthood, he "received his medical degree in 1881" (Editors, n.d.), at the University of Vienna and began his work as a scientist. Around the same time receiving his medical degree, he “was engaged and had 6 children, the youngest named Anna who in …show more content…
According to the article Sigmund Freud, written by Saul McLeod and published in 2013, it states, “Freud was the founding father of psychoanalysis, a method for treating mental illness and also a theory which explains human behavior.” It is true he was not the first one to discover the human mind but he was the first one to put a lot of dedication and work into this

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