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All Rights Reserved. These are my personal opinions and interests in psychology. I am not a psychologist so my conclusions should not replace specific professional help. These reviews are only meant to spark discussion and motivate people to read books that are not typically in a school curriculum. When the instinct is frustrated, there is pain, and a possibility to develop other mental illnesses depending on genetics, how many traumas there were, and the duration of the trauma. Pain is relieved when there is a discharge of grieving with catharsis, or if discharges are released on the original goal or replacement objects.

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Sleep and Dreaming Pankejeff was a patient of Sigmund Freud who gave him the case name "Wolf Man" to protect his identity. Pankejeff was born to a wealthy family from St. In , his older sister Anna committed suicide and Pankejeff began experiencing symptoms of depression. In , his father also committed suicide by overdosing on sleeping pills.

Soon after, Pankejeff began seeking treatment for his own depression. In , Pankejeff went to Vienna to be treated by Freud. The first description of the case was published in under the title From the History of an Infantile Neurosis. My bed stood with its foot towards the window; in front of the window there was a row of old walnut trees. I know it was winter when I had the dream, and night-time.

Suddenly the window opened of its own accord, and I was terrified to see that some white wolves were sitting on the big walnut tree in front of the window.

There were six or seven of them. The wolves were quite white, and looked more like foxes or sheep-dogs, for they had big tails like foxes and they had their ears pricked like dogs when they pay attention to something.

In great terror, evidently of being eaten up by the wolves, I screamed and woke up. My nurse hurried to my bed, to see what had happened to me. It took quite a long while before I was convinced that it had only been a dream; I had had such a clear and life-like picture of the window opening and the wolves sitting on the tree.

Prior to his death, he was interviewed by an Australian journalist and said, "the whole thing looks like a catastrophe. I am in the same state as when I came to Freud, and Freud is no more. Freud deduced that the dream symbolized a trauma: that the Wolf Man, as a toddler, had witnessed his parents having intercourse.

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Biography[ edit ] Pankejeff with his wife c. Sergei attended a grammar school in Russia but after the Russian Revolution he spent considerable time abroad studying. Freud had asked her to review the Pankejeff case, and she discovered evidence that Pankejeff had been sexually abused by a family member during his childhood. While in Munich, Pankejeff saw many doctors and stayed voluntarily at a number of elite psychiatric hospitals. In the summers he always visited Russia.

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Sleep and Dreaming Pankejeff was a patient of Sigmund Freud who gave him the case name "Wolf Man" to protect his identity. Pankejeff was born to a wealthy family from St. In , his older sister Anna committed suicide and Pankejeff began experiencing symptoms of depression. In , his father also committed suicide by overdosing on sleeping pills.

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