Psychology in both its academic and practical aspects is now at the parting of the ways and the immediate future will determine whether it shall remain unproductive or become an instrument of practical importance in the guidance of human interests
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Introduction 1. The Meaning of Repressed Emotion 2. Repressed Emotions in Primitive Society 3. Repressed Emotions in Literature 4. The Sublimation of Repressed Emotions 5. The Development of Psychoanalysis 6. The Depth of Unconscious 7. A Fairytale from the Unconscious
Isador Henry Coriat was an American psychiatrist and neurologist of Moroccan descent. He was one of the first American psychoanalysts. He was one of the founders of Boston Psychoanalytic Society, the first secretary in 1914 and president in years 1930-32. Coriat was the only Freudian analyst in Boston during the period after James Jackson Putnam's death.