Definition of Freud, Anna in English:

Freud, Anna

Line breaks: Anna Freud
Pronunciation: /frɔɪd
 
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( 1895–1982), Austrian-born British psychoanalyst, the youngest child of Sigmund Freud. She introduced important innovations in method and theory to her father’s work, notably with regard to disturbed children, and set up a child therapy course and clinic in London.

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