American Psychoanalytic Association Teaching Resources From the website: APsaA's 10,000 Minds Project, an outreach task force on psychoanalysis and undergraduate education, believes that the future of psychoanalytic thought depends on engaging undergraduate college students in psychoanalytic ideas. This website contains curricula, syllabi, ideas, and resources for instructors who are introducing their students to psychoanalytic theory.
The Anna Freud Center in Hamstead, London. According to their website Our mission is to develop innovative psychotherapeutic treatments for children and adolescents with emotional and behavioural difficulties; to evaluate these treatments; and to ensure the lessons learnt are spread.
Anna Freud: Lost Girl. Doug Davis, Haverford College, wrote this intriguing essay about Anna Freud. Anna's fate has seemed to me to complement and fulfill her father's.
The Ann Freud Room at the Freud's London home, Maresfield Gardens, London, and which is now the Freud Museum.
Biography Linda M. Woolf's students in an advanced seminar at Webster University, St. Louis, designed this web page on Anna Freud as part of a larger project on Women's Intellectual Contributions to the Study of Mind and Society.
e-Textbook From the electronic textbook created for undergraduate and graduate courses in Personality Theories by George Boeree of Shippensburg University.
Impact on Adoption The Adoption History Project has a brief section on the impact of Anna Freud's work on separation and lack of attachment in children.
Anna Freud Obituary. Anna Freud, daughter of Sigmund Freud and an eminent psychoanalyst in her own right, died at her London home today at the age of 86, her family said. From The New York Times, October 10, 1982.
Saturday Night Live Skit Anna and Sigmund Freud -- and Freudian symbolism in dreams -- are illustrated in this transcript of a SNL skit which featured Laraine Newman as Anna and Dan Aykroyd as Sigmund (an audio recording of the skit is available on the 1991 album Saturday Night Live.
Assignments, Exercises, and Activities
Beyond the Best Interests of the Child Joseph Goldstein, Anna Freud, and Albert J. Solnit, Beyond the Best Interests of the Child, 1973
Bodily Illness Freud, A. (1952). The role of bodily illness in the mental life of children. Psychoanalytic Study of the Child, 7, 69-81.
Infants Without Families Anna Freud and Dorothy Burlingham, Infants Without Families, 1944
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Tests, Measures, and Scales
Audio and Video
Photos Very brief overview of Anna Freud, including a photo montage.
Anna Freud: Media Resources. The Carter-Jenkins center maintains this page of resources on Anna Freud including photos and videos, slide presentations, and more.
Sigmund Freud Museum in Vienna Berggasse 19, the Vienna home of the Freud family is now a museum and research archive. Features a chronology of Anna's life, a room-by-room description of the museum, a summary of important themes and a media library, with audio and video of the Freud family suitable for downloading or streaming.