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After “an industrious night,” he wrote, “the barriers suddenly lifted, the veils dropped, and everything became transparent — from the details of the neuroses to the determinants of consciousness.”
Marked variation in the amount at successive examinations strongly suggests a neurosis.
Stekel,41 one of Freud's pupils, in an elaborate monograph, also lays stress on the sexual factor of the anxiety-neurosis.
The neurosis goes back to some organic defect or other cause of childish humiliation.
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Compromise mechanisms will again be formed serving a purpose similar to the neurosis.
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Many of the characteristics of the unconscious will then appear and will be similar in some respects to those of neurosis.
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Freuds main argument in this book consists in showing the likeness between these phenomena and the compulsion neurosis.
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Many symbolic acts of the person afflicted with compulsion neurosis show this same trait of substitution.
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We must come out of the crowd-self, just as, before the neurotic may be normal, he must get over his neurosis.
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Severe psycho-neurosis established, certified: he suffers delusions about The Brain.
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