Chris Brand has a review of Freudianism and psychoanalysis in which he gives a good short history of it.
Amateur Freudians postulate that Alou stayed because he was afraid to face the heat of the Los Angeles media.
Even modern Freudians , or psychodynamic theoreticians, seem to be hampered by Freud's outmoded evolutionary speculations, but still the interest for evolutionary explanations exists.
Critics discovered in Dracula an almost endless source for readings on Freudianism , Marxism and feminism, the depths of which they plumed with gleeful abandon.
When I mentioned the story to Bill, he couldn't remember the incident, but added, ‘I'm sure there was some deep-seated Freudian significance.’
Perhaps the two theories that have been most eclipsed by recent developments are Freudianism and behaviorism.
In later years I came to think it was worthless, that it was better to start without Freud and certainly not go through the genuflections that Freudians seem addicted to.
Freud is often praised by Freudians for his apparent flexibility; for his willingness to alter his theories as psychoanalysis grew and developed.
But I thought foolishly that Freudian psychoanalysis was deeper and more intensive than other, more directive forms of therapy, so I was trained in it and practiced it.
Today, Freudianism is widely regarded as an example of pseudoscience.