Woman in Psychology
August 26, 2012
Dr. Shannon Kelly
There is more than one woman who has made contributions to the field of psychology. Out of many women in the field of psychology that has made contributions to psychology there is one I am going to introduce in my paper. The woman in psychology that is going to be introduce in this paper is Anna Freud the daughter of a psychologist known as Sigmund Freud. The reason I want to introduce Anna Freud as a woman who has contributions to psychology is because Anna Freud has a festinating background. I believe Anna Freud has in creatable theoretical perspectives. I also believe Anna Freud’s contributions to the field of psychology between the years of 1850 and 1950 have changed the way people think in today’s psychology. I also think Anna Freud contributions to the field of psychology have helped changed many lives.
Woman of Psychology
Anna Freud first started a career in analyst with her father Sigmund Freud by her side. Sigmund Freud helped Anna Freud career in analyst by using his own ides of defense mechanisms. The way defense mechanisms helped Anna Freud with her career is by analyst defense mechanisms and aided significantly for her father Sigmund Freud. Anna Freud did this by articulated the defense mechanisms into, The Ego and, Mechanisms of Defense. After Anna Freud helped Sigmund Freud with the defense mechanisms she, after adventured off on her own ideas of child psychology. Anna Freud began psychoanalytic practice to children through play therapy. Anna Freud introduced child play therapy to children with a mommy doll and a father doll. Anna Freud told the children to just play. When the children were playing with the dolls Anna Freud would sit back and observer the action that was taken place by the children playing with the dolls. Some people say this is the beginning of...
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