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> hey anon, wanna give your opinion?
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#10 - flamingtent
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Just to clarify some things.

Sigmund Freud is not the father of psychology. That honor goes to Wilhelm Wundt who performed psychology's first experiment back in 1879.

Sigmund is the founding father of psychoanalysis which is a branch of psychology.
#15 to #10 - volleys
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Psychoanalysis is actually a branch of ********.
Psychoanalysis is actually a branch of ********.
User avatar #30 to #15 - hockeykicksass
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as a therapy it can work great, a lot of Freud's theories are disproven but his therapy style is still very popular and effective
User avatar #44 to #30 - volleys
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It's still very popular yes, but only because people milk it for money. Psychoanalysis is the idea that your subconscious(which doesn't exist by the way) predetermines behavior. Research it. Psychoanalysis does not work.
User avatar #80 to #44 - enkmaster
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What?

Its your subconscious that makes your dreams. People who are capable of Lucid Dreaming (such as myself) are sometimes capable of communicating with their subconscious. Not a conversation with it, mind you. Just asking questions about yourself. What your nightmare means and such.
User avatar #107 to #80 - volleys
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It doesn't exist. Dreaming is brought on by regular, reduced brain activity. Research it.
User avatar #48 to #44 - hockeykicksass
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subconscious does very well exist it might not be as you think of, for example you leave your house and you feel like your forgot something and then you realizes that you left your keys in the house, your subconscious is responsible for that feeling its more of an instinct then anything, for psychoanalytical therapy it might not be as effective as cognitive behavioral therapy it can still be used and work, in the theory the subconscious is more biological drives not all behavior, the theory today more focus on early childhood affect on a person, which in some case has support, such as attachment theory.
User avatar #108 to #48 - volleys
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That is not your subconscious. That is regular memory/forgetting.
User avatar #37 to #10 - lateday
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Freud is just the most well known "psychologist"
User avatar #39 to #37 - crazyhindu
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Psychoanalyst
#102 to #39 - myshipsailedwoutme
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And psychoanalysis is a branch of psychology, making him a psychologist.
User avatar #110 to #102 - crazyhindu
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Well you caught me on a technicality
#112 to #110 - myshipsailedwoutme
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You were correcting lateday on a "technicality" and I was just pointing out that he was right.
User avatar #114 to #112 - crazyhindu
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Yes I know.
User avatar #43 to #39 - lateday
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Neurologist is more like what I was thinking
User avatar #79 to #43 - enkmaster
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Neurology is the study of the brain. The physical brain.
User avatar #109 to #79 - lateday
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I know... Freud was a neurologist.
#75 to #10 - anon id: d56049f0
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Thank you.

Earlier I was looking up stuff about some of the early psychologists and someone had said Freud was the father of psychology...and I just got really mad. (I'm a psych major). Freud's important, but I hate how he's the only person people think of when they think of psychology...especially because a lot of his ideas aren't exactly testable, so they're more or less used as "backboard" ideas and have been reformed.
User avatar #86 to #10 - teoferrazzi
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'one of the founding fathers'
learn to read *******
#103 to #86 - flamingtent
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I'm sorry if you did not understand my comment. Maybe if I clarify my comment a bit more you can understand what I am talking about.

The content states that Freud was one of the founding father of psychology meaning he contributed to the birth of psychology which isn't true. Freud was a neurologist who make a branch of psychology.

Those are two different things. Unless you believe that there is no difference in the two and that I'm overthinking it. Then I apologize for bothering you with this comment.
User avatar #106 to #103 - teoferrazzi
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I apologize for my language. this is me on the internet.
but I read 'one of the founding fathers of psychology'
as in 'one person who helped define psychology like it is today'
in a less literal sense of founding father.
you're right, I wouldn't say abraham lincoln is one of the founding fathers of america, for example, but that's because I'm using 'founding fathers' more literally there.
peace
#87 to #10 - anon id: a9dbccf9
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wundt founded clinical psychology if i remember right, or experimental (definitely the biggest contributor to what it is today through his lab and the people he trained)..but honestly where psychology started being a discipline and stopped being a subsidiary of philosophy is incredibly blurred, according to a professor of mine the closest thing to a father was some spanish guy in the 1500's..don't remember the name because I was 99% sure she picked a spanish guy to please the predominantly Mexican class..
#12 to #10 - okmas
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Why the hell is the word psychoanalysis censored?
User avatar #13 to #12 - crazyhindu
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Anal
#29 to #13 - fyaq
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where?!?!
where?!?!
#38 to #29 - crazyhindu
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Right here bby
User avatar #17 - rockmanfan
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i dont get it. i took psychology, but is this like a freudian thing?
User avatar #33 to #17 - xelmoelitex
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The Oedipus Complex is having some rather 'interesting' feelings for your mother. Named after the Mythical Oedipus who unknowingly shagged his own mother.
#52 to #33 - pringlez
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#70 to #52 - ambiguous **User deleted account**
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Gross
#62 to #17 - anon id: d7c9c4e2
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Lets be honest you took how to be a ******* retard and you aced it.
#64 to #17 - anon id: e109027e
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EVERYTHING is because of sex.

Mental disorder? Your father raped you as a child (ALWAYS, if you say he didn't, you just don't remember).

Boys being attracted to women? They want to have sex with their mother, but can't because of their father so they get revenge by having sex with women.

Girls attracted to men? They wan't to have sex with their mother, but can't since they aren't boys, so they want to have sex with their father for revenge, but can't because of their mother, so they have sex with men.

Depressed? Use crack (I don't know how that relates to sex, just roll with it).
User avatar #18 to #17 - OldSnake
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"Even the Oedipus Complex?"

"Those *************!"

It's just a pun.
User avatar #36 to #18 - vanillasmoke
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is it based on oedipus rex!!?
User avatar #104 to #18 - HardyUndertook
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oh i get it now!
User avatar #19 to #18 - rockmanfan
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what is the oedipus complex?
User avatar #20 to #19 - OldSnake
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I thought you took psychology...

Basically, Sigmund had a theory that everyone has at least a minute desire .. erm... "be with" their parent of the opposite sex.
User avatar #21 to #20 - OldSnake
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*desire to*
#22 to #19 - shareacokewith
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basically, the theory that all sons inherently and subconsciously want to **** their own mothers.
User avatar #23 to #22 - OldSnake
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Why did you thumb me down when we both gave similar answers?
#24 to #23 - shareacokewith
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because Im in a terrible mood and wanted to feel like I had some know how in an area, by providing an answer for rockmanfan. Im sorry, i shouldnt have taken my anger out on you, as compensation, take my green thumb and my apology.
User avatar #25 to #24 - rockmanfan
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well thanks both you and old snake for your answers. i knew of the theory, i just didnt remember freud said it.
User avatar #73 to #19 - elcreepo
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You took psychology, but you never learned much about Freud, nor did you read Oedipus Rex in English. What kind of back water school did you attend?
#40 to #18 - thebesttrumpeteer
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it's a play on words. not a pun.
User avatar #56 to #40 - bighairyfart
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Play on words = pun
User avatar #113 to #56 - thebesttrumpeteer
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no
User avatar #115 to #113 - bighairyfart
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Yes.
#117 to #115 - thebesttrumpeteer
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pun=play on words   
play on words =/= pun   
a pun contorts a word to give a double meaning while a play on words just uses a word that has a double meaning.    
have a gif
pun=play on words
play on words =/= pun
a pun contorts a word to give a double meaning while a play on words just uses a word that has a double meaning.
have a gif
User avatar #118 to #117 - bighairyfart
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That wasn't very nice.
#34 - crazyolitis
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Comment Picture
#31 - alexjonez
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**alexjonez rolls 12**
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#61 to #32 - ihaveablackfrend
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I lol'd so hard
I lol'd so hard
#69 to #61 - mrbuttsmacker
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I've always found that gif very creepy...
#66 - JudasLitl
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my mother never quite got the irony in calling me a son-of-a-bitch
#45 - buttholee
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I guess you could say
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He nothing but a Sigmund Fraud
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#58 - urbemarmis
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oh and i wikipediad him and one of the sections is literally titled "cocaine" and when i read it, it said that he used cocaine and believed it was the cure to many mental illnesses
User avatar #67 to #58 - nucularwar
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I'm a psychology student and from what I've gathered Freud was both a nutcase and a douchebag. All his career choices were designed to get him the most attention.
User avatar #71 to #58 - cosmicapprentice
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Actually that's pretty accurate.
#54 - anon id: 7caa76fe
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For clarification, the Oedipus complex is a condition of the human mind said by Freud that made a girl attracted to her father and a boy attracted to his mother i.e. a ************, which is the pun intended here.
The more you know.
sauce: en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Oedipus_complex
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User avatar #77 to #54 - Nihatclodra
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Oepidus Complex is a Boy attracted to his Mother
Electra Complex is a Girl attracted to her Father.
User avatar #9 - lolfire
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Yet his work on the unconscious mind basically wrote the book.,

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#2 - jbkubel
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Well, although many of his theories has been proven wrong, he is still the father of psychologi. He was the man who got psychology accepted as a class in gymnasiums and universities around the world. He made people aknowledge the importance of psychologi.
User avatar #26 to #2 - ompalomper
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...no

no it really isn't.

actually the post is mostly ******** as freud's theories are still in healthy practice today and i personally find them to be very accurate
#99 to #26 - jbkubel
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Maybe you'd be wanting to read up on it a little bit more, mate. Most of his theories has been proven wrong, however new theories have been build over his ideas and theories. In other words, his are now wrong, but others more accurate and better theories, has been build on his theories.
User avatar #3 to #2 - deadlove **User deleted account**
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are you from germany?
#4 to #3 - jbkubel
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I'm from Denmark
#5 to #4 - deadlove **User deleted account**
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oh ok sorry (i don't have any relevant pictures, wanna help build a cashe?)
#6 to #5 - jbkubel
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It's fine really!

I would love to help you, however my hard drive with a little over 200 mb of reaction pictures is unusuable for the next few weeks, so I'm afraid my reaction folder is quite small atm :c
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oh , that sucks.
#8 to #7 - jbkubel
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Yeah, but I'll be back soon aiming for some more frontpage marterials ;)
User avatar #53 to #2 - tomahawkit **User deleted account**
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yeah but the first phsycological tests were from Wilhelm Wundt, making him the founder, as he started the actual question of "how does the brain work?"
#98 to #53 - jbkubel
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That is true, my point of the post was, that he was the one who really got psychology aknowledged