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The Freudian analytic school is a particular approach within [[psychoanalysis]] that bases itself closely on the work of [[Sigmund Freud]].
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The Freudian Psychoanalytic School is a particular approach within [[psychoanalysis]] that bases itself closely on the work of [[Sigmund Freud]] and it may be regarded as the home of '''classical psychoanalysis'''.
   
   

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The Freudian Psychoanalytic School is a particular approach within psychoanalysis that bases itself closely on the work of Sigmund Freud and it may be regarded as the home of classical psychoanalysis.


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