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    Josef Breuer (/ ˈ b r ɔɪ ər / BROY-ur, German: [ˈbʁɔʏɐ]; 15 January 1842 – 20 June 1925) was an Austrian physician who made discoveries in neurophysiology, and whose work during the 1880s with his patient Bertha Pappenheim, known as Anna O., developed the talking cure (cathartic method) which was used as the basis of psychoanalysis ...

  2. Josef Breuer (born January 15, 1842, Vienna, Austria—died June 20, 1925, Vienna) was an Austrian physician and physiologist who was acknowledged by Sigmund Freud and others as the principal forerunner of psychoanalysis because of his treatment of the writer and social worker Bertha Pappenheim.

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  3. Learn how Breuer developed the cathartic method and formulated key concepts for treating nervous disorders, such as dissociation, hypnoid states and emotional expression. Discover how Breuer's ideas are relevant to modern views of trauma, psychotherapy and clinical practice.

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  5. May 23, 2018 · Josef Breuer. 1842-1925 Austrian physician, physiologist, and a founder of psychoanalysis. Josef Breuer made the crucial observations upon which early psychoanalytic theory was based.

  6. Apr 25, 2016 · Josef Breuer was an Austrian physician and physiologist who developed the cathartic method of talk therapy with his patient Anna O. He also collaborated with Sigmund Freud on Studies on Hysteria, but later disagreed with him on the interpretation of child sexual abuse memories.

  7. Jun 11, 2020 · Learn about Josef Breuer, the Austrian doctor who was Sigmund Freud's teacher and friend. He made important discoveries in medicine, physiology, and hypnosis, and treated Anna O., the first psychoanalytic patient.

  8. The life and work of Josef Breuer: Physiology and psychoanalysis. New York University Press. Abstract. Until now, there has been no biography in English of Joseph Breuer. "The Life and Work of Joseph Breuer" triumphantly fills that gap.

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