Despite Freud primarily regarding himself as a scientist, his definition of science somewhat varies from the traditional notions of modern psychologists. Freud's reliance is increasingly on deductive reasoning as opposed to rigorous methods of research, and his observations are subjective, corresponding to a relatively minimal sample of patients mostly comprising the upper and upper-middle classes. Freud does not make observations under controlled conditions, nor does he quantify his data. Freud almost exclusively makes use of the case-study approach, formulating his hypotheses after the facts of a case become apparent.
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This is incredibly boring and dull to listen to
Carley wrote and spoke this text - in EVERY sense incredibly dull and bring as he uses extremely short sentences and always the same sentence structure - the information given is very tainted by the authors own feelings and views - totally not useful!
no - it only put me off this author!