What impact has Sigmund Freud changed in our lives? Have you ever thought where he got his theories from? He doesn’t only have the ability to believe in his theories, but has the capability to prove that they are true to believe about. I am going to be talking to you about Sigmund Freud and his science. He was not only a successful man, but also loved and he was a man who would experience new things or ideas that he found that they were interesting and analyzing it with people to prove his theories. Sigmund Freud has influenced people and I am also going to be talking about his live and what he did/go through so he could have written his theories, because he had three main theories.
Sigmund Freud was born May 6, 1856 in. His father was a small time merchant and his father second wife was Freud’s mother. When he was 4 years old he moved to Vienna. He and his family were Jewish. Freud entered the University of Vienna medical school in 1873. When Sigmund went back to Vienna in 1886 and opened a private practice specializing in nervous and brain disorders. Sigmund was already married when back to Vienna. He found something interesting with his patients by getting his patients to talk just by putting them in a relaxing position and encouraging them to say whatever came into their heads. Then he could analyze what they had remembered. In 1900 Sigmund published The Interpretation of Dreams and in 1901 he published The Psychopathology of Everyday Life. Sigmund Freud was a professor at the University of Vienna in 1902. In 1909 he made the first presentation on his theories, at Clark University in Massachusetts. Some bad news was made, and it was that Sigmund was diagnosed with cancer of the jaw in 1923, because he spent his years smoking cigarette. He was only 67 years old and he had a total of 30 operations to see if there was cure for the disease. He spent the 30 operations over 16 years. When his wife planned going to England, so when they got there he
died.he died in September, 1939 and people think that he was one of the most influenced scientists of that century.
Sigmund Freud had 3 main theories. The 3 main theories were the ego, id, and the superego. The id is the set of uncoordinated feeling trends. The superego plays the critical and comments on an issue if it’s right or wrong. Also the superego can stop you from doing certain things that your id wants you to do. The ego is the organized, is the realistic part that intervenes between the desires of the id and the superego. The id, ego, and superego are the functions of the mind and not the brain, because they are controlling what the id is trying to make you to do and not trying to make you solve a problem or doing something that has to do with the brain. An example of id of meeting basic needs is a baby was crying, because s/he hasn’t been changed of diaper and the baby stopped crying until s/he had been changed. An example of ego of dealing with reality is Holly was thirsty, she knew that...