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freudian psychology


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Noun freudian psychology has 1 sense
  1. Freudian psychology - the psychological theories of Sigmund Freud
    --1 is a kind of
    psychotherapy, psychotherapeutics, mental hygiene

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Freudian Psychology

  1. Noun: The psychological theories and therapeutic techniques developed by Sigmund Freud, a prominent Austrian psychiatrist. Freudian psychology emphasizes the role of the unconscious mind and the importance of childhood experiences in shaping adult personality and behavior.

    • Example Sentence 1: Many modern psychologists regard Freudian psychology as the foundation of psychoanalysis.
    • Example Sentence 2: Freudian psychology suggests that our dreams often contain hidden meanings and desires.

  2. Adjective: Pertaining to or characteristic of the theories or concepts developed by Sigmund Freud.

    • Example Sentence 1: Her analysis of the novel had a Freudian psychology perspective.
    • Example Sentence 2: The artist's work was heavily influenced by Freudian psychology.

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