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Josef Breuer

Breuer, Josef (yōˈzĕf broiˈər) [key], 1842–1925, Austrian physician. He was the first to use (1880–82) the cathartic method to cure hysteria. His therapy and theory, when developed by Freud, became psychoanalysis. Together they wrote Studies in Hysteria (1895).

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