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Born in Przemyśl, Deutsch studied medicine and psychiatry in Vienna and Munich, before she became a pupil of Freud. As his assistant she was the first woman to concern herself with the psychology of women. In 1912 she married Dr Felix Deutsch, and after a number of miscarriages they eventually conceived a son, Martin. In 1935 she fled Germany, immigrating to Cambridge in the United States. Her husband and son joined her a year later, and she worked there as a well-regarded psychoanalyst up until her death in Cambridge, Massachusetts in 1982.
- Psychoanalysis of the Sexual Functions of Women 1925, translated to English in 1991, ISBN 0-946439-95-8
- The Psychology of Women, 1944 - 1945
- Neuroses and Character Types, 1965, ISBN 0-8236-3560-0
- Selected Problems of Adolescence, 1967
- A Psychoanalytic Study of the Myth of Dionysus and Apollo, 1969, ISBN 0-8236-4975-X
- Confrontations with Myself, 1973
- The Therapeutic Process, the Self, and Female Psychology, 1992, ISBN 0-88738-429-3
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