Elisabeth Young-Bruehl demonstrates ‘100 Years of Psychoanalysis a Timeline: 1900-2000

The timeline presents the history of psychoanalysis decade by decade, from 1900 to 2000, indicating major figures, events, books, and schools of theory and practice. You can see on one long page, made up of ten panels, everything you need to guide you in seeing this complex history as a whole.

On the reverse of the timeline, you will find a brief introduction to its arrangement and a series of nineteen paragraphs, each containing a brief history of some aspect of psychoanalysis – from its clinical settings to its present intersection with neuroscience.

The timeline is printed on high quality, heavy paper and folds up to fit into a sleeve that makes it like a book you can put on a bookshelf or on the coffee table. But the timeline itself can also be put on a wall, as it is or mounted.

Visit the companion web site at cavershamproductions.com

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by | March 16, 2012 · 1:40 am

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