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What is at the root of neurosis?

What was revolutionary about Sigmund Freud's theories about infantile sexuality?

Why is it so important that Sigmund Freud included sexual issues in his development of psycho-analysis?

Why are talking and listening used so much in psycho-therapy?

Differentiate a neurosis from a phobia.

What is repression?

Describe the psycho-analytic process from the physician and patient's view.

How does Freud describe homosexuality?

Why does Freud claim that everyone has an innate bisexual quotient?

What is the Oedipal Complex? How is it overcome?

What makes Anna Freud different from Sigmund Freud's other children?

Why does Freud not think that psycho-therapists need to be physicians?

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