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Newsweek Cover Story on Sigmund Freud

Sigmund Freud may have died more than 60 years ago, but his impact is alive and kicking. The March 27, 2006 issue of Newsweek features the psychoanalyst on the cover and takes a look at Freud's long shadow on Western culture. As the article points out, Freud may not be taken seriously as a scientist, but his theories and ideas have influenced literature, popular culture, and modern therapy. The article offers a good examination of why Freud is still a topic of conversation, even after many of his theories have been disputed or lambasted by critics.

Read More | "Freud in Our Midst" | Newsweek

You can learn more about Freud's life in this biography of Sigmund Freud and find more information about Freudian-theory in these articles on Freud's stages of psychosexual development, the conscious and unconscious mind, and the id, ego, and superego.

Magazine cover courtesy Newsweek.
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