Josef Breuer

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Breuer, Josef

(yō`zĕf broi`ər), 1842–1925, Austrian physician. He was the first to use (1880–82) the cathartic method to cure hysteria. His therapy and theory, when developed by FreudFreud, Sigmund
, 1856–1939, Austrian psychiatrist, founder of psychoanalysis. Born in Moravia, he lived most of his life in Vienna, receiving his medical degree from the Univ. of Vienna in 1881.

His medical career began with an apprenticeship (1885–86) under J.
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, became psychoanalysis. Together they wrote Studies in Hysteria (1895).
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In this regard, the book adopts trauma theory based on a psychological understanding of trauma proposed by its forerunners such as Sigmund Freud, Josef Breuer and Pierre Janet and carries the research over into literary trauma theory which has been developing since the 1990s.
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llego a comprobar que todavia no habia reconocido en este caso el fenomeno de la trasferencia" (Freud 1905), aunque la primera nocion sobre el tema se encuentra en el articulo "Contribucion a estudios sobre la Histeria" publicado entre 1893 y 1895 junto a Josef Breuer donde Freud reconoce la presencia de un obstaculo que aparece en el trabajo terapeutico al que llamo precisamente transferencia.
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After Exner received his doctorate in 1870 he worked at the physiological institute at the University of Vienna, Austria, where he was influenced by Josef Breuer (1842 - 1925) and Sigmund Freud (1856 - 1939).
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In 1868 Josef Breuer and Ewald Hering discovered that distention of the lungs of anesthetized (sleeping) animals decreased the frequency of the inspiratory effort, in effect causing a transient apneic event.