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from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition.

  • adjective Of, relating to, or characterizing any psychoanalytic system based on but modifying Freudian doctrine by emphasizing social factors, interpersonal relations, or other cultural influences in personality development or in causation of mental symptoms and illnesses.

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  • You no more need to believe in Freudian or Neo-Freudian ideas to accept these findings than you do to accept research on how SSRI medication facilitates psychotherapy for depression or that CBT facilitates pharmacotherapy for psychosis.

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  • You no more need to believe in Freudian or Neo-Freudian ideas to accept these findings than you do to accept research on how SSRI medication facilitates psychotherapy for depression or that CBT facilitates pharmacotherapy for psychosis.

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