Encyclopedia of the History of Psychological Theories

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Freud, Anna

Reference work entry
DOI: https://doi.org/10.1007/978-1-4419-0463-8_332

Basic Biography

Anna Freud. British Psychologist. Born in Vienna, Austria, 3 December 1895: daughter of Sigmund Freud, q.v.: emigrated to England in 1938, later naturalized. Educated at the Cottage Lyceum. Vienna. Chairman, Vienna Institute of Psycho-Analysis until 1938. Member, London Institute of Psycho-Analysis. From 1938; worked with the Hampstead War Nursery during World War II and in 1952 founded the Hampstead Child Therapy Course and Clinic. London. Recipient: Grand Decoration of Honour in Gold, Austria, 1975. Honorary doctorate: Clark University, Worcester. Massachusetts. 1950; University of Sheffield, 1966; Jefferson Medical College. Philadelphia, 1964: University of Chicago, 1966; Yale University. New Haven. Connecticut, 1968: University of Vienna. J972: Columbia Universitv. New York. 1978; Harvard Universitv. Cambridge. Massachusetts. 1980. Died (in London) 9 October 1982.

Major Accomplishments

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References

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Fordham UniversityNew YorkUSA