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Dessauer, Josef - Deutscher Krieg 1866 (11/25)
Deutsch, Gustav Deutsch, Julius

Deutsch, Helene


Deutsch, Helene, b. Przemýsl (Poland), Oct. 9, 1884, d. Cambridge (USA), April 29, 1982. Physician, psychoanalyst, psychoanalysed by S. Freud, in 1918 joined the Vienna Psychoanalytic Society, from 1924 headed its newly-founded educational institute until her emigration to the USA in 1935; she then lived and worked in Boston; D. became well known for her work on the psychology of women.


Publications: Zur Psychologie der weibl. Sexualitätsfunktion, 1925; Psychoanalyse der Neurosen, 1930; The Psychology of Women, 1945; Confrontation with Myself, 1973.

Literature: P. Roazen, Freuds Liebling H. D., 1989.


 
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