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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The purpose of this paper is to review the variety of symptoms Josef Breuer's (1842-1925) patient, Bertha Pappenheim (1859-1936), known in the literature as 'Anna O.', manifested during the course of her groundbreaking therapy with Breuer in 1880-1882.
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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.
He emphatically objectifies his subjects' thick emotional skins but never penetrates them, suggesting that he suffers from the same "strangulated affect," to use a term Freud and Josef Breuer coined, as they do.