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Madness. The talking cure. [videorecording]. Presented by J. Miller.

By: BRITISH BROADCASTING CORPORATION | Freud, Sigmund, 1856-1939.
Contributor(s): MILLER, Jonathan presenter.
Publisher: London BBC 1991Description: 1 video disc (60 mins).Subject(s): PSYCHOANALYSIS IAK | PSYCHOANALYTIC THEORIES IAK | VIDEOTAPES 2QROther classification: IAK 2QR Summary: Jonathan Miller considers the advent of Freud and the notion of psychoanalysis as a way of treating some cases, introducing the view that madness may be psychological, rather than an illness to be treated with drugs. He examines the origins of this idea, Freud and reactions to him at the time, and the growth in psychoanalysis, especially in the United States. Source: BFI Film and Video Database
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Jonathan Miller considers the advent of Freud and the notion of psychoanalysis as a way of treating some cases, introducing the view that madness may be psychological, rather than an illness to be treated with drugs. He examines the origins of this idea, Freud and reactions to him at the time, and the growth in psychoanalysis, especially in the United States. Source: BFI Film and Video Database

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