Abraham Arden Brill (Brill Abraham Arden)( American psychiatrist.)
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Born in Kantsuge (Austria) October 13, 1874. In his youth he moved to the United States, in 1901 received a bachelor's degree at New York University, and in 1903 - a medical degree from Columbia College of Medicine. After working four years as resident hospital in central-Ayslipe (pc. New York), Brill went to Europe, where he studied in Paris and Zurich, and also worked under the direction of Freud. Returned to the U.S. in 1912.
The book published in 1909 in the English language book Freud's studies of hysteria (Studien ber Hysteria) became the first of the ten translations of works of the founder of psychoanalysis Brill. Among other translations - Three Essays on the theory of sex (Drei Abhandlungen zur Sexualtheorie; translation 1910), The Interpretation of Dreams (Die Traumdeutung, 1900; translation 1913). In 1909, Brill moved the psychology of senile dementia (ber die Psychologie der Dementia Praecox) Carl Gustav Jung. Own work Brill include Psychoanalysis: theory and practical application (Psychoanalysis - Its Theories and Practical Application, . 1921), . Basic concepts of psychoanalysis (Fundamental Conceptions of Psychoanalysis, . 1922), . Freud's contribution to psychiatry (Freud's Contribution to Psychiatry, . 1944),
. Brill died in New York on March 2, 1948.