Lives of the Unconscious
Psychoanalysis is an exotic resident in the house of science. A wide variety of disciplines have borrowed from it, from neuroscience to the social sciences, to art and literature. At the same time, it has often been confronted with the accusation of being unscientific. We will dedicate two episodes of our podcast to just this question. In the first episode, we look at the scientific status of psychoanalysis.
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- Anna Freud Centre, London
- International Psychoanalytic University, Berlin
- San Francisco Psychotherapy Research Group
- Sigmund Freud Institut, Frankfurt
- Jonathan Shedler
- Institutions worldwide
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